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Scrunch the lengths, tou­sle the ends, and leave it to dry nat­u­rally twisted into a chignon or dry with a dif­fuser. There you have it: down­town chic, easy as you please.” Turner tells us that if you re­ally want to have fun then ap­ply the Next Day Hair, a mat­ti­fier that adds tex­ture for an ef­fort­lessly messy look. “It was so much fun work­ing with Kirsten but I think I left the poor girl with a Candy Crush ad­dic­tion. She’d never played it, and I got her hooked on it!”


When it comes to trend talk, Turner, who worked all the Spring/ Sum­mer ’14 shows from New York to Paris, from Kenzo to Peter Pilotto, says: “There’s a real re­turn to in­di­vid­u­al­ity. You see it every­where from the de­fin­i­tive per­son­al­i­ties of mod­els like Cara Delev­ingne and Edie Camp­bell, and this trans­lates to the fash­ion, the make-up, and of course the hair. Whether you want to play the in­génue or the sporty girl, whether the look is ro­man­tic or fierce high shine, the nar­ra­tive con­sists of pow­er­ful in­di­vid­u­al­is­tic char­ac­ters who al­ways get their way. That’s the story.” Of course, there are vari­a­tions of a theme. Says Turner: “I en­joy the free­dom I get with L’Oréal Professionnel; I have quite a lot of free­dom, es­pe­cially with the new Tecni.Art range.

“Specif­i­cally, I’d say ro­man­tic up-do’s are big. Loose, light hair that is taken up in a di­shev­elled, re­laxed, ro­man­tic way. Then there was the sporty look of ’90s su­per­model hair, in­spired by mod­els of the time, such as Cindy Craw­ford and Christy Turling­ton. It’s about thick, lus­cious hair with a sporty edge. Oh, and who can for­get that shine was a big trend, usu­ally with Re-in­vents the roller set, per­fectly de­signed for build­ing curls. Pro­vides ex­tra long­glast­ing vol­ume and very strong hold. a low side part, Kenzo be­ing a great ex­am­ple. Even though this might sound mas­cu­line and an­drog­y­nous, the hair was still loose and light on the ends. In terms of colour trends I think we’re mov­ing away from high­lights and om­bres to more solid blocks of hues like what we saw at Prada, al­ways a trend­set­ter,” he de­clares.

“I’d have to say that what I re­ally like about Tecni.Art is that the prod­ucts do what they say they do. The pros love them

De­signed to be­cause mix­ing them to­gether

pro­vide mois­ture e and ex­per­i­ment­ing with them

and def­i­ni­tion to o does cre­ate some amaz­ing re­sults, the most de­mand­ing ding

un­ruly curls. but then it’s easy for con­sumers

Tecni. Art Spi­ral to play with, too. My per­sonal Splen­dour, RM55 (150ml) Fash­ion Week must-haves from the range would have to be Vol­ume Ar­chi­tect, Su­per Dust, and of course, Infinium Spray. Su­per Dust is an amaz­ing prod­uct to cre­ate guts at the root to keep my back­comb­ing in place or for amaz­ing tex­tures on big, fluffy hair. Again, what you re­ally need to do with these prod­ucts is, take them home and play, re­ally. Cre­ate your own real­way fan­tasies from run­way in­spi­ra­tions, have fun!” The new Tecni.Art range from L’Oréal Professionnel is avail­able in all L’Oréal Professionnel sa­lons na­tion­wide. ume ml) Gives ex­tra strong hold as well as anti-frizz pro­tec­tion. Tecni. Art Air Fix, RM40 (250ml)

Slicked back and slighty loose at Kenzo Spring/ Sum­mer ’14

Tecni. Art Pli Shaper, RM55 (200ml) Tecni. Art Full Vol­ume Ex­tra, RM45 (250ml)

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