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Mack That: How To Get The Wet Hair Look From Alberta Ferretti Fall 2013
Want to try the wet hair look you’ve been seeing in every magazine but have (legitimate) concerns about looking, well, wet? Listen to the wise words of Redken’s global creative director Guido Palau. He says that the secret to achieving the gimmie factor with wet hair styles like this is to focus on texture. "I really used quite a lot of product to help me create the style," he said of the so-cool-it hurts hair at Alberta Ferretti for Fall 2013. "The texture is what gives the look another dimension. The hair really becomes almost a different substance; it’s romantic yet also modern and more ‘nighttime’, even a little tougher, and cooler." Here’s how to get the look:
Start with damp hair (duh). Part it in the middle and load on some mousse. Keep most of it concentrated on the crown of the hair. Guido used Redken Full Frame 07 Mousse for this step. With fingers, rake hair back and wrap it up into a French twist, leaving two sections out at the front on either side. Pin the twist into place and then start to create the shape at the front of the head by pulling back the two loose sections and pinning them back into the twist. The goal is for things to look a little undone and not too polished. Add copious amounts of hairspray and own the universe. Read More:
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