Fashion Quarterly - - Beauty -

High-shine hair was a dom­i­nant fea­ture on the in­ter­na­tional spring

run­ways, with de­sign­ers such as Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, DKNY and Chris­tian Siriano send­ing mod­els down the cat­walk with light re­flect­ing locks.

Re­spon­si­ble for the resur­gence of the page­boy cut, Wella cre­ative di­rec­tor Eu­gene Souleiman placed wigs on the mod­els at Jeremy Scott that were cropped into brow­graz­ing hel­mets and styled to glassy per­fec­tion. Brad Lep­per, Se­bas­tian, cre­ative di­rec­tor and owner of French Re­volver sa­lon, pre­dicts high-shine hair and re­fined sil­hou­ettes will be at the top of

his clients’ wish lists this sea­son. “These bold run­way looks are fil­ter­ing down into real-life trends,” he says. “We’re see­ing a lot of smooth, sharp shapes com­ing through, big bold fringes arc­ing around the eye (influenced by Souleiman’s page­boy) and smooth and con­trolled waves which com­pact the hair down, giv­ing you ex­treme shine. There’s still a lot of tex­ture, as we’ve seen in sum­mer, but it’s more re­fined, and

even the tex­tu­ral hair­styles have a loose shine as well.”

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