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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!”
HAIR TRENDS: SPRING/SUMMER ’14
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
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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)