At Vanesa Bruno's SS14 Paris Fashion Week Collection, models sported a raw, cool, urban surfer look - perfectly imperfect. Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director for Wella Professionals, "wanted to create a look where texture played a leading part, where the imperfections of nature are celebrated rather than disguised." The resulting hair look had a dual quality to it: hair was blow dried straight and tucked behind the ears in the front; the back featured very low ponytail, so low it was almost missed at first glance, for a deliberately broken-up feel to the back.
4. Apply a little Mirror Polish on to roots of the hair on the top of the head only – this will create a contrasting texture to the dry-spritzed hair. The trick to this hairstyle is to only use your fingers to style the hair - not a comb or brush – this gives a looser texture to the hair and creates more natural movement.
5. Spray a little more Ocean Spritz into the length of the hair and then twist hair on itself, holding tight at the end. Blow dry from underneath in an upwards direction. Let the hair cool, then release the twist. Fasten the hair in to a low ponytail, and then finally pull a few hairs loose for a more "lived in" look.