BEAUTY BUZZ with Bella Blis­sett

THIS WEEK WE’RE… lov­ing per­fumer Frédéric Malle’s new Out­ra­geous fra­grance. As if step­ping into a world of ex­plo­sive Brazil­ian colour, heat and ex­oti­cism, its tan­ger­ine, apple, cin­na­mon and musk scent takes the mind to a beach at sun­set – a caipir­inha in

Irish Daily Mail - YOU - - IN THIS ISSUE - By Bella Blis­sett

LONG AND GLOSSY – WHAT­EVER YOUR AGE

‘It’s very old fash­ioned,’ says cat­walk su­per-stylist An­thony Turner, wrin­kling his nose as we dis­cuss the strange so­ci­etal dik­tat that de­crees older women must not have long hair. The truth is, if you’ve loved hav­ing long tresses all your life, new prod­uct tech­nol­ogy means you can keep them in good con­di­tion at any age. An­thony, who cre­ated the dream­ily long, airy-fairy hair at JW An­der­son’s S/S 17 show (right), rec­om­mends us­ing L’Oréal Pro­fes­sion­nel’s new Série Ex­pert In­forcer Vi­ta­min B6 + Bi­otin Sham­poo (€14), Con­di­tioner (€15) and Masque (€18.50), which act like a strength­en­ing vi­ta­min drink for locks. Skip­ping blow-dries will re­duce heat dam­age, plus help you achieve a light, nat­u­ral tex­ture that looks ef­fort­lessly youth­ful. For those who fear frizz, An­thony pops a 50cent-piece­sized blob of L’Oréal Pro­fes­sion­nel’s new and im­proved Mythic Oil (€19, all lo­re­al­pro­fes­sion­nel.com, from April) on to his fin­ger­tips, then grad­u­ally mas­sages it into hair, work­ing up­wards from the ends to ear-height, only.

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