The nail look at Prabal Gurung comes straight from the clothes, mimicking the flow and color of dresses found in the collection. “There’s quite a bit of pastel yellow and flowing gowns, and the movement of the design was based on that,” explains Sally Hansen lead manicurist Madeline Poole, who advises the techs to just go with the flow as they paint the models’ nails. After applying two coats of Sally Hansen Mum’s the Word, the techs use a striping brush dipped in Sally Hansen Let’s Snow to draw swooping shapes on random nails.
Prabal Gurung describes this season’s collection as “elegant simplicity… The clothes are very feminine so we felt like the hair should be purposeful but not restricted with natural movement.” Wella Professionals Lead Stylist Paul Hanlon adds, “There’s a lot of movement in the clothes so we wanted the hair to feel free and achievable when at home. The look is fresh, pure and light celebrating women’s beauty and letting the clothes speak for themselves."Get the Look:
In a collection that was all-out feminine, comprising multiple floral prints and embellishments, lightweight fabrics and porcelain colors, Angela Missoni counteracted her Missoni S/S 15 collection with languid layers that felt sensual, subtly sexy and altogether happy. The house’s signature knitted stripes and geos were peppered throughout the looks on empire line dresses and relaxed slim trousers, but it was the overall silhouette – layered with large yet lightweight pieces - that sent a strong message.
“The hair look for Vera Wang this season is quite different, and steers away from anything that looks too done,” explained Paul Hanlon for Moroccanoil, who created the styles for the Vera Wang Fall 2013 Collection.
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Tresses get twisted and flirt with forward-looking femininity at preen.