Toddler hair got given the Dundas treatment in Paris with simple, loose plaits secured under black bows. Its effortless elegance remains modern thanks to the trailing length of the ribbon. Get thee to a haberdashery (or the wrapping paper drawer) immediately.
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Rodarte sent models down the runway with exaggerated garlands of gypsophila haloing their heads signalling a strong flower crown revival. The addition of tiny, randomly placed bows in the hair and minimal make-up made the look less Glastonbury and more Midsummer Night’s Dream-themed garden party. We approve.
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Don’t worry, bushy brows aren’t going anywhere. Thanks to Dior they’re still stealing the make-up limelight, but the idea now is to leave some transparency when filling the brows in. Lead make-up artist Peter Philips gave models natural-looking fullness, by sketching in hairs starting a few millimetres back from the brow’s beginning, before brushing arches in a zig-zag motion with tinted gel. Key message? Fight the urge to over-fill.
There was a futuristic vibe at Maison Margiela with metallic everything, including the hair. If you’re a bold colour junkie – but bored of doing the pink tint that’s been around forever – consider metallic hair make-up your next party trick. Follow Bella Hadid’s lead on the catwalk and pair gold roots with a red lip. Shrinking violets need not apply.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR UK