The new take on the grit of a grungy '90s hair staple? Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger makes it chic.by Karie L. FrostGrunge's first pass in the '90s didn't include a drop of glamor; take Hole front woman Courtney Love, who ruled in sweat-laden, drab stains and days-old makeup. But the trend's revival on the Rebecca Taylor runway is what Oribe Lead Hairstylist Rutger is coining "grungy chic."
Aveda Guest Artist Frank Rizzieri created “soft, simple 1970’s style waves” for the Stella McCartney Resort 2015 presentation – held at Elizabeth Street Garden in New York City – inspired by Stella’s mother Linda McCartney.
Among a New York Fashion Week sea of low ponytails and unadorned nails, the hair, makeup and nails at the Tibi show are total standouts.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido drew inspiration from classic '70s film stars that really epitomized effortless beauty. In order to create a similar feel for Hermes, Guido used two key blowdry products before twisting the hair to one side for an elegant finish. Hairsprays were left aside so that the hair remained soft and easy.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a slightly boyish design for Miu Miu's fall/winter 2014 show, which relied solely on satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion. Guido demonstrated that it doesn't take much to create a runway worthy style when you have the right design and product in mind.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido wove together futuristic design elements with a classic Elizabethan hairstyle to create the truly unique McQueen look this season. Once the hair extensions were attached just above each temple, Guido and his team applied hardwear 16 super strong sculpting gel before braiding the hair in a spiraled design around the model's head. The extensions were left to hang free on each side, which greatly juxtaposed the tightness and constraint of the style.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido coated the hair, section by section, with hardwear 16 super strong sculpting gel before combing the hair backwards towards the nape of the neck. Once the low chignon was fastened, Guido applied shine flash 02 glistening mist and diamond oil shatterproof shine over the head to create a high-gloss, high-shine look for Akris.
At Paris Fashion Week, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a playful look for Valentino's fall/winter 2014 show, which lent itself to the eccentric designs this season. Unlike a classic chignon or the austere low ponytail from last season, the hair at Valentino was fun and added lightness to the collection as a whole.
Veronique Leroy Autumn / Winter 2014 Collection; Hair Design by James Pecis, Moroccanoil