L’Oréal Professionnel hair trends in Paris
Sonia Rykiel: the hairstyle, flaunted backstage, looks simple, it is a very difficult one to create, in fact, to produce it, both urban and romantic, three key steps must be respected. Step one: above all, begin by braiding the girls’ lengths, then optimize the wavy effect of the braids by placing them between a flat iron. Step two: leave for a few minutes to ensure a well-defined finish. Step three: undo the braid, but not entirely. Finally, perfect the tousledurban effect by positioning the sections one after the other. Painstaking work.
Carven (Hair by James Pecis): James Pecis is today lending his talent to a frankly technical grunge-look hairstyle. Hence the grungy wave, freely inspired by the sophistication of the 40s and secretly held in place by a barely visible knitted elastic in the hair.
Alexis Mabille (Hair by Odile Gilbert): A “New Wave” is the style choosen by Odile to emphasise super glossy hair texture. She opted for a hairstyle that combines a super healthy texture and waves that move.
Anthony Vaccarello (Hair by Anthony Turner): Anthony Turner describes the hairstyle with few words: “cool, feminine, effortless, rock, that of a masterful woman.” Because the Vaccarello woman is ultra-sure of herself, she’s sexy and she plays on it.