Photo Credit: Lela Rose Hair by Ted Gibson
“Texture” has always been an it word for hair, and we’ve seen so many seasons of it: air-dried locks, nothing but a spritz of L’Oreal Elnett, and lots of volumizer (Phyto’s Volumactif is always popular) and little else will go a long way. Braids were everywhere during Fashion Week’s Autumn/Winter 2014 season. The hair trends in general veered towards wearable “street style” hair but with a bit more unexpected texture.
Here are some hair trends that truly stood out during Fashion Week’s Fall/Winter 2014 shows:
Braided Romantic Hair
Lela Rose’s inspiration was the world-famous chef Ferran Adria, and she used a “food as art” concept (with its emphasis on molecular gastronomy textures)
Clinique Bonus Time 2009 (September and October) looks a little different this year! That’s because they have teamed up with New York fashion designed Michelle Smith of Milly. Together, they have created a feminine and sophisticated make up bag to house all of Clinique’s autumn beauty essentials. What’s in the bag? Let me tell you. To match the candy pink trim of the bag and as well as all your Clinique essentials, the Bonus Time gift includes a perfect purse-sized touch-up mirror in the same shade of pink, as well as Deep Comfort Body Butter, Sparkle Skin Body Exfoliating Cream, NEW Youth Surge SPF 15 Age Decelerating Moisturizer, Rinse‑Off Foaming Cleanser, Long Last Glossw