How to: Burberry SS14, hair by Neil Moodie for Moroccanoil

London Fashion Week is always famous for designers who like to push the boat out a little, and the hair and beauty looks that go with the collections are often equally as extreme. I love a good mad ‘do, but I love a wearable, beautiful one more - and that’s exactly how I’d describe the ones Neil Moodie for Moroccanoil created at Burberry.
“The name of the collection is English Rose,” explained the Lead Stylist, “and this is why I decided to blow dry the hair in a classic sleek but not poker straight style, as would be expected of an English Rose but then I texturized and mattified it with Moroccanoil products to give it an edgy, distressed look.”
For a how to at home try the following:
1. Start by preparing wet hair with Moroccanoil Treatment as the essential foundation for styling and then apply Moroccanoil Frizz Control to ensure a smooth blow dry.
2.Apply Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream before blow-drying the hair to ensure the movement created by the blow dry holds and to give it a more luxurious finish.
3. Blow dry with a natural centre parting, creating some movement by flicking the ends under in a natural way. Moodie achieved this classic blow dry style using various sizes of the Moroccanoil Ionic Ceramic Round Brushes, for a hold that retained the natural movement.
4. When the body of the hair is complete, use a Moroccanoil Ionic Ceramic Round Brush to blend stray hairs along the hairline into the rest of the style.
5. Once the hair is dry, divide it into sections and finish with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium and Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to add texture and create a matte finish.

Photography: Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil


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