Hairstylist Guido Palau designed a style that felt no less fresh and uncontrived. He and his team of stylists applied Redken Extreme Play Safe leave-in protector and then blow-dried models’ hair, finishing off with a flat iron to create a slight bend. They then proceeded to center-part the hair, creating twists out of the two front sections, which were connected high at the back of the head with a clear elastic. The tied section was threaded under itself, to hide the elastic and create an effect that Palau joked reminded him of the Topsy Tail hair tool from late-night television. “There’s nothing new here,” he said. “This look could have been worn by a grandmother or a 70s California girl.” Or, you know, a thoroughly modern woman.
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