PER­SON­AL­ITY TEST

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

This sea­son’s hair ethos? “It’s all about per­son­al­ity, in­di­vid­u­al­ity and re­spect­ing what­ever the hair does,” said Lau­rent Philip­pon, hairstylist for Bum­ble and Bum­ble, back­stage at La­coste, who was us­ing prod­uct only to add weight and tex­ture to the mod­els’ hair. At Alexan­der Wang, Guido Palau, global cre­ative di­rec­tor for Red­ken, echoed that sen­ti­ment: “The whole vibe Alex wanted was very real.” (And if your nat­u­ral hair is, well, un­der­whelm­ing? Con­sider a cut. Palau chopped about 10 mod­els’ hair for added oomph.) The mod­els who led the your-hair-but-bet­ter/keep­ing-it-real charge: Mica Ar­ga­naraz, Lineisy Mon­tero and Maria Borges.

Clock­wise, from top left:

Bum­ble and Bum­ble Hair­dresser’s In­vis­i­ble Oil Heat/UV Pro­tec­tive Primer ($31); Moroc­canoil

Tex­ture Clay ($28); Red­ken Pil­low Proof Blow Dry Two Day Ex­ten­der ($23.59); Bum­ble and Bum­ble Don’t Blow It (H)Air Styler ($37); Wella

EIMI Sugar Lift ($20)

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