CLeAN Fun

Fall’s GLOSSy hair re­quires a proper wASh.

Town & Country (Philippines) - - LOOKING GLASS - By Meg Storm

Lately it has been a sort of badge of honor to see how long one can go be­tween hair wash­ings. memes declar­ing “by Fri­day my hair is 90 per­cent dry sham­poo” are per­va­sive on In­sta­gram, as women load their locks with sticky sprays and oil-ab­sorb­ing pow­ders in an ef­fort to achieve that woke-up-like-this tex­ture. But the tide is turn­ing from sec­ond-day (or in some cases seven­th­day) hair to a much more lus­trous, groomed look. “Peo­ple want healthy hair, and the only way to achieve that is when it’s clean,” says celebrity hair guru rod­ney Cut­ler. Parisian col­orist Christophe robin, whose scalp scrubs re­move prod­uct buildup, agrees; he says he ad­vises women not to scratch their scalps while wash­ing and to “rinse re­ally well,” be­cause “we never rinse well enough.”

Bouncy blowouts and sleek pony­tails were all over the fall run­ways, call­ing to mind the pol­ished coifs of Char­lotte ram­pling and Lau­ren hut­ton. At Tory Burch, red­ken global cre­ative di­rec­tor Guido Palau thor­oughly cleansed the mod­els’ hair to bring out a nat­u­ral shine, then tied it back with a vel­vet bow. (red­ken’s fall launch, a line called Clean ma­niac, is pred­i­cated on the what’s-old-is-new-again idea that we should, in fact, wash our hair reg­u­larly.) And Joe martino, the man be­hind michelle wil­liams’s plat­inum pixie cut, en­cour­ages clients to avoid vo­lu­miz­ing prod­ucts that con­tain dry­ing and mat­ti­fy­ing al­co­hols. “Shiny hair,” he says, “is okay again.”

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smootH op­eR­A­toRs A re­turn to shine (from top): tay­lor Hill on the tory burch run­way; char­lotte Ram­pling circa 1968; priyanka cho­pra.

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