For this Spring Summer 2017, the hair reaches the shoulders. The haircut is lightly layered around the face. This structure enables to obtain a very natural result with French elegance. The color of the season is a Nude Beige highlighted by a Foilyage.
Regarding the hairstyle, we play with Slick & Wet lengths, a revisited braided bun, crazy curls of the eighties. Focus on the style effects created by Christine Margossian, hairdresser ambassador l’Oréal Professionnel and Meilleur Ouvrier de France.
Straight and flattened on the front, braided on the back, this bun surprises us with the contrast of the materials. It enables to reinvent an unavoidable tie of the Red Carpet.
This ballet bun starts with a ponytail fixed at the bottom of the neck. The free strand is twisted and then rolled around the tie point. To make it, use the Extreme Splash l’Oréal Professionnel.
This braided bun will be the elegant accessory of your summer nights, It is made with two night braids fixed on the top of each other reproducing this way the infinity symbol vertically.
What would be a baby doll without curls?
This is the desired effect of this eighties hairstyle. To make it, it is recommended to use an iron with a small diameter and to prepare the hair with the foam Spiral Queen.
WAVY SURF GIRL
Natural and wild, this texture is obtained by making dreadlocks. Each twisted strand is heated by the iron. You just need to run your fingers through the hair to obtain this surf girl aspect!
DREAD LOCKS VARIATION
It is possible to use this preparation to create a bun of Dreadlocks. You can wear a long dress with a hood as an accessory. Elegant, fashionable and eccentric.
CURLY BUN XXL
Haute Couture spirit for this bun with twirling and XXL curls. It is important to locate the volume at the forehead.
The hair is very straight for a refined and impeccable effect. First you have a blow dry and then the lengths are disciplined around a side parting with a hair straightener. For the brilliance, spray with the Shower Shine Tecni.ART l’Oréal Professionnel.
Creations: Christine Margossian, Le Salon MC Genève
Styling: Bruno Guiot
Photographer (It Look): Bruno Estatoff
Make up (et photos backstage): Valérie Dumond