We all know the summer effect we get from the salt sea water that makes our hair look wild and wavy. Looks like Guido Palau who was responsible for the hair of Christian Dior’s fashion show loved that look too since the models were spotted with the natural wavy hair which appears to be trendy for the season. If you want to achieve the same, we advice you to try the Sea Salt Texturising Spray by Toni & Guy. Suitable for all hair types and perfect for achieving a lived-in, beach look. Spray evenly from root to tip on towel-dried or dry hair and work through to create tousled waves with natural movement.
Guido Palau was the creative person for the hair for Versace’s show as well. The hair styling was loose, waved and to the hairs of the models was added a special detail beautiful flower garland. The make up looks were natural with pale pink lip and filled brows which seems is the new trend.
Tom Pecheux, the make up artist responsible for Chanel’s models amazed us with the strong looks of Lagerfeld’s army. The brows were filled-in combined with a heavy blush on the cheekbones, matching the colors of the lips from pink to red. When it comes to the hair, Sam McKnight took care of the hair styling of the models. The choice was brunette bob wigs, opening the front of the neck.
4.Giorgio Armani Privé
The models of Giorgio Armani Privé had a finishing touch of full brows, grey shades and strong pink lip color done by Linda Cantello. The nails of the models were painted in the same, matching strong colors.
The make up artist Garland used the classic black eyeliner for the eyes of Giambattista Valli’s girls. The skin had fresh natural look with pale pink glossed lips. The talented Eugene Souleiman who did the hair created the chic ponytail looks and played a bit with a spritz of pale orange as a final touch.
Did you get your dose of beauty trends? We are curious to see how the designers at the Amsterdam Fashion Week will surprise us! Today we have three fashion shows to attend! Stay tuned to read our fasihon reports on Spotted Style.