Hair by Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
pired metal headpieces that gave the models a futuristic and tribal look on the runway. It has become somewhat of a tradition for Guido to exclude hair altogether, opting for head treatments over hairstyles for McQueen.
"Sarah and I came up with this futuristic, warrior-esque metal head treatment to compliment the collection. The gold and silver metal helmets look like relics from the 20s, which I personally love. The headpieces are really like pieces of jewelry on the models, rather than a hair substitute or accessory."
-Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Redken Products Used:
trol addict 28 high hold hairspray
Create the Look:
Apply guts 10 root targeted volume spray foam to dry hair from root to ends and comb through until hair is completely saturated
Divide hair into two sections (top and bottom) in the back
Clip the bottom section down and out of the way
Using a finishing brush, start to brush the top section flat against the head, following the round of the head in one direction. Repeat with each section, making sure it's very clean and neat-looking when finished
Blow dry hair until completely dry
Apply control addict 28 high hold hairspray to smooth any flyaways
Place headpiece on head