Get the Look: Malan Breton Backstage Beauty at NYFW SS 2015
Inspired by old Hollywood, designer Malan Breton kept his beauty looks sharp and dramatic to accommodate all his breathtaking designs.
Boasting three key hair looks, we’re breaking down how to get these runway-ready styles at home in easy to follow steps.
Looking to shake up your usual topknot? Try this double bun look for all your dramatic nights out.
Step One: Pull hair into a tight pony on top of the head. Smooth flyaways with bit of Savannah Hair Therapy Shea Butter Leave In Creamaround the hairline. Get two hair doughnuts, one large and one small.
Step Two: Pull the pony through the large doughnut, divide hair into two sections.
Step Three: Wrap one section around doughnut creating a large bun, slide the small doughnut around remaining hair.
Step Four: Attach small doughnut to large one with heavy duty hairpins.
Step Five: Wrap remaining hair around small doughnut creating a smaller bun on top of the large bun, secure with pins spray generously with the Sexy Hair Sexy Hair Play Dirty Texturizing Hairspray.
Need that game changing haircut to get you out of that beauty rut? Why not go for an asymmetrical bob as seen at this runway show?
To get that perfect cut, follow the steps below:
Step One: Apply the Macadamia Oil Healing Oil Treatmentonto the hair.
Step Two: Cut strong diagonal bang starting over one eye and working down to jaw covering the opposite eye.
Step Three: Cut back into a stacked bob. Apply a bit more Healing Oil Treatment and dry perimeter under with a round brush creating a beveled bang.
Mens “Vampire” Hair
And something equally exciting for men, this look brings on the dapper sex appeal fast. Want some menswear inspired influence? Bring this sultry style to your pixie cuts in a flash.
Step One: Part off sides and slick tight with Rusk W8less Hairspray.
Step Two: Apply Eufora Volume Fusion Spray to remaining hair.
Step Three: Blow dry up and back creating a pompadour.
Step Four: Spray with Sebastian Shaper Plus Extra Hold Hairspray
All photos, courtesy of Y Public Relations