A TOUCH OF EDGE

MI­NOR TWEAKS AND SUB­TLE CHANGES SPELL MIN­I­MUM EF­FORT FOR MAX­I­MUM IM­PACT.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - MANE ISSUE -

Whether it’s loose waves or sub­tle crimps, the edge in Fall’s hair trends is in its touch and feel. Zang Toi gave new mean­ing to the term “crown­ing glory” where ringlets were placed high atop the head like a halo. The key is to not aim for per­fec­tion. Af­ter curl­ing, use your fin­gers to sep­a­rate the curls for a more nat­u­ral look. A spritz of hair­spray will do the trick in se­cur­ing it.

If you’re bored with your long straight hair, then the crimp­ing as seen at Ruf­fian is the thing for you. Fo­cus­ing from the mid­sec­tion down­wards, the sub­tle crimps in­stantly give vol­ume and shape to limp locks. Got more time on hand? Get ready to work in tiny braids at night to wake up to beau­ti­fully crimped hair. Try hair­styl­ist Sam McKnight’s tip – al­ways work with dry hair, not wet.

For those who want some­thing in be­tween, the loose waves at Diane Von Furstenberg give just the right amount of move­ment, shape, and nat­u­ral tex­ture. To get the look, get your hands on a good blow-dryer and a bar­rel brush. “Al­ways start any style with a re­ally good blow-dry and main­tain the con­di­tion of your hair so that you have a good base from which to at­tempt it,” says Eugene Souleiman, global cre­ative di­rec­tor of care and styling at Wella.

Elim­i­nates frizz while still al­low­ing styling free­dom with a medium hold.

For loose locks, th­ese Vel­cro rollers are a musthave to re­tain your do’s body and

shape.

RUF­FIAN FALL/ WIN­TER 2013

ZANG TOI FALL/ ALL/

WIN­TER 2013 013 This long-last­ing strong­hold gel is a flake-free for­mula that won’t leave your coif stiff

or crunchy.

DIANE VON FURSTEFURSTENBERG FALL/WIN­TER 2013

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