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Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair how to

Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair

Here at Fashion Weekly we understand the that your hair do can perfectly complete an outfit.

TONI & GUY's Lead Stylist and Global Ambassador, Mark Hampton, partnered up with Vivienne Westwood for her Red Label AW16 show to encapsulate the look of 'The Joker'- a strong presence in medieval and Renaissance history, which was embodied through the entire collection in print, tartans and knitwear.

The hair look for the collection drew inspiration from angels that had fallen from heaven and landed on Vivienne Westwood's Red Label runway for AW16 to create a formation of intellectuals.


So without further ado you can get this hair look in 4 easy steps:

Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair

PREP
Apply TONI&GUY Prep Volume Plumping Mousse to damp hair to create body and grip for styling. Blow-dry thoroughly.

STEP 1
Once hair is dry, take a section of hair from the crown and twist, flattening to the head using pins. Spritz TONI&GUY Glamour 3D Volumiser from root to tip to give curls an added shine.

Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair

STEP 2
Divide the rest of the hair into sections and tong using the TONI&GUY Style Fix Curler. Roll sections up and pin to the head, securing with a sectioning clip. Repeat all over until the full head of hair is curled.

Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair

STEP 3
Once hair has cooled, remove sectioning clips one by one and allow the hair to fall free. Wrap each section around your finger, creating tight baby curls and re-pin intermittently. Ensure the ends of the hair are loose to create a textured layer of curls.

Vivienne Westwood's Red Label AW16 hair

FINISH
After pinning, slightly tease the hair to create more volume for a baby kiss-curl look. Fix with TONI&GUY Firm Hair Spray to ensure curls stay in place.

STYLIST'S TIP
To create this look quickly, take a section of hair from the back of the crown, twisting and flattening it against the head before pinning in place. This reduces the amount of hair you need to curl as you can cover over it.

Words: Isla Perrett