Hair how to: Danny Pato for Moroccanoil at Kathryn Wilson Summer 2014

Whenever the artistic team from D&M hair design collaborate with shoe designer Kathryn Wilson, you just know the end result is going to be sexy, feminine and just plain fierce. From equine ponytails to big round blow waves they always come up with something special, and for their outing together at Kathryn’s Clicquot in the Snow catwalk show in Queenstown in the weekend the locks definitely didn’t disappoint!
"Summer 2014 showcases a lot of primary bright coloured heels in cobalt blue, cerise pink and acid yellow; seeing the return of the 90’s point stiletto heel,” said Wilson, and the resulting hair look to match created by D&M artistic team leader Danny Pato was equally as punchy.
The hair is always the main feature of Kathryn Wilson catwalk shows, as the silhouette of the model’s body and legs are kept simple so the shoes stand out. Bridgette Bardot was the muse and super stylist Danny mastered volume, shine and glamour using Moroccanoil Volumising
Mousse and Moroccanoil Ceramic Round Brushes. “It’s playful and glamorous, feminine and fun,” he said. “This fem-luxe style perfectly suits Kathryn’s latest collection and the glamour of Clicquot in the Snow.”
How the Look Was Created:
• “I started by applying Moroccanoil Treatment to the mid lengths to ends of slightly damp hair, as this is the perfect foundation for styling.”
• “Next, I applied the new Moroccanoil Volumising Mousse from root to tip to add texture and lift.”
• “Then I died the hair in sections using 35mm Moroccanoil Ceramic Round Brushes, working the blow dryer away from the face. Each section of hair was wrapped around a brush and left in
the hair as it cooled.”
• “Once cooled, I unwound each section, and backcombed the hair gently at the roots.”
• “I shaped the style using the Moroccanoil Paddle Brush and set it with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium for lasting flexible hold.”
• “To give the hair a glamourous burst of shine, I created a cloud of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine
Spray and wafted it onto the finished look. The versatile product protects colours from UV damage – a must in the snow!”


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