The Spring/Summer 2015 Couture Bridal Collection by Ines Di Santo was inspired by the lush greenery and rolling fields of flowers of the world's most breathtaking gardens. From dreamy canopies of wisteria, to the endless rows of Provence's renowned lavender fields, to gorgeous tunnels of greenery, the colors of nature astound the senses in these mystical settings. Their influence can be felt throughout this season's elegant designs.
To complement this natural, romantic concept, hairstylist Felix Fischer for Invisi-Tab by House of European Hair created long, flowing styles, dramatically accented by modern, luxurious sprays of pastel and white hydrangeas and roses. Meanwhile, fine-textured extensions of Invisi-Tab 100% Virgin European hair were used to create length and fullness that flawlessly matched the texture and color of each look.
“The moment you notice them and say ‘what great extensions’ is the moment they don’t look right,” said Felix. “My goal was to use the finest European hair extensions untouched by color or processing to blend into the models’ hair for a truly realistic look. I regard Invisi-Tab Virgin Extensions as the Rolls Royce in their category and for this reason use them on many of my celebrity clients and for editorial shoots as well.
"The large sprays of flowers highlighted the lush feeling of Gardens in Versailles, yet underscored a bolder, modern point of view. I made the texture loose so it looked as if it were lightly touched by the wind during a relaxing walk in a romantic garden.”
Get the Look:
1. Blow dry hair with a round brush for natural movement.
2. Apply Invsi-Tab 100% Virgin European Hair Extensions.
3. Part hair to the side.
4. Take small sections and loosely wave each one using the new HairArt H3000 Heat Brush Pro (a new multi-purpose told that can curl, wave and straighten).
5. Lightly comb waved sections and use fingers to define and separate.
6. Lightly mist hairspray over the entire look to gently hold in place.
7. Accent the look with strong floral accents on top and sides of hair.
[Images: David Webber; courtesy of AHPR Group]