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Ton­so­rial tex­ture

Fashion Quarterly - - Contents - PHOTOGRAPHY STEVEN CHEE BEAUTY STYL ING TREVOR STONES

Here’s a co­nun­drum. How to bust one­self out of a hair­style rut sea­son after sea­son with­out hav­ing to re­sort to a ma­jor cut or colour. For the 99.9 per­cent of us who are fol­licly risk-averse, there’s a non­com­mit­tal so­lu­tion: tex­ture. Vari­a­tions of slicked styles are ap­pear­ing on run­ways and red car­pets ev­ery­where — good news for those ner­vous about look­ing like they’ve just stepped out of the shower, yet who feel that tou­sled beach waves are too old hat. That’s why we love this new mix of the two; the fresh­ness comes from the jux­ta­po­si­tion of sleek and dry tex­ture. Sound like this should be left to a pro­fes­sional? With ex­pert guid­ance, it doesn’t have to be.

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