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  • Moroccanoil Inspired Video Series has Arrived

    Moroccanoil has proudly launched it's new advertising campaign that encompasses a series of videos, created to inspire, celebrate and empower women around the globe, Moroccanoil Inspired. The short-film series for the Inspired by Women Campaign is helmed by film-maker Bryce Dallas Howard and Academy Award and Emmy -winning producers Radical Media. Joining Moroccanoil on this journey to celebrate the strength in every woman is the beautiful Inspired by Women Ambassador, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

    Women have always been the inspiration behind the Moroccanoil brand. Moreover, Moroccanoil has always understood that it only takes one moment of inspiration to ignite positive change. The brand’s own journey started with a pivotal moment of inspiration that revolutionised the beauty industry, creating an all-new oil-infused hair care category and an iconic brand in less than a decade. As the next evolution for Moroccanoil, Inspired by Women provides a global platform for five passionate, courageous women to share their unique personal journeys from experiencing a single moment of inspiration to making a profound impact on the world.

    “With Moroccanoil Inspired by Women, we wanted to take our notion of beautiful transformations to the next level—by empowering women to discover beauty through inspiration,” says Moroccanoil Co-founder, Carmen Tal. “Rosie is a timeless, global beauty who exudes confidence, inner strength and a down-to-earth quality that embodies the Moroccanoil aesthetic. We’re delighted to have her join Moroccanoil on our journey to empower all women with self-confidence and a fearless drive to pursue their dreams,” adds Tal.

    “I am honored to join Moroccanoil in celebrating these remarkable women. It is my hope that their inspirational stories will encourage women to make a difference in their lives and to others,” says Huntington-Whiteley.

    At the heart of the campaign is Inspired, a short-film series that discovers beauty through inspiration, directed by dynamic and versatile storyteller Bryce Dallas Howard. The series features the stories of five extraordinary women driven to make a positive impact in the world, and also explores what it means to lead an inspired life as seen through the eyes of Ambassador Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

    Featuring a musical score by Grammy Award-winning film composer Lorne Balfe, the series includes the following five “Inspired” women:

    Chrissy Beckles steps into the ring to fight for those who can’t. This trained boxer founded The Sato Project to save abandoned dogs on Puerto Rico’s “Dead Dog Beach.”

    Rebecca Welsh helps homeless and at-risk youth around the world to start a new life. The HALO Foundation provides these children with basic needs and essential life skills, using art therapy to help them heal from the past and imagine the future.

    Jessica O. Matthews incites change through innovation. She's the Co-founder and CEO of the organization Uncharted Playand inventor of the SOCCKET—a soccer ball that generates free, renewable energy by harnessing the kinetic power of play.

    Kavita Shukla designs simple solutions to complex global challenges. She is the Founder and CEO of Fenugreen, a social enterprise taking on global food waste and hunger, and the inventor of FreshPaper—a piece of paper infused with spices that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh 2–4 times longer.

    Allyson Ahlstrom transforms the looks—and lives—of at-risk teen girls. When she was just 14, she started the mobile boutique Threads For Teenswhich provides free, brand-new clothes to teen girls across the U.S.

    Watch the video series here

  • How to Curl Hair with Morocconoil's Antonio Corral Calero

    Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Global Creative Director created voluminous polished waves with a touch of old Hollywood glamour for Jenny Packham's Spring Summer 2015 collection at New York Fashion Week.

    How to Curl Hair Moroccanoil

    How to Curl Hair just like Antonio

    1. Mix Moroccanoil Treatment Light and Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling cream into damp hair to impart shine and hydration

    2. Next, add Moroccanoil Root Boost directly to the roots for maximum volume

    3. Roughly blow-dry hair upside down until completely dry, then flip back and gently brush through

    4. Once hair is dry, create your desired part and apply Moroccanoil Heat Styling Protection to 1 inch sections of the hair

    5. Use a curling wand (the Cloud Nine Waving Wand is perfect for achieving this look) and wrap 1 inch sections of hair around the barrel starting 3/4 of the way down from the top of the head, pin each curl as you go and mist with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium Hold

    6. Gently brush through the curls with the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush for soft, bouncy 50's style waves

    7. Apply a dollar-sized amount of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream to hands, then scrunch through the top and sides to create a rough sexy texture

    8. Finish with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong for long-lasting hold and shine

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  • The Original and Best Argan Oil for Hair

    The remarkable Moroccanoil Original Treatment has taken out Beauty Heaven's Best Hair Treatment 2014 award. Once again proving to be the original  and best argan oil for hair.

    From it's humble beginnings only a decade ago, leading to the start of a new haircare category, the Original Treatment has always been destined for greatness. The winner of multiple beauty awards, year-on-year the Moroccanoil brand continues to grow and establish itself as a hair care necessity for millions around the world.

    With the Original Treatment's unprecedented success, Moroccanoil now encompasses a full hair care and styling product range that caters to every hair need. Each product being based on the Original Treatment ethos of keeping hair healthy, beautiful and natural-looking. A staple at fashion weeks around the world, Moroccanoil is truly a global sensation amongst everyday users, high-profile celebrities and the worlds best hairdressers. Also recognised in Beauty Heaven's top 100 Beauty Products of All Time this year, the original treatment has a long list of accolades behind it.

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  • Not your average hairdressing course | Create Your Collection

    The inspirational team from Chumba joined forces with Haircare Australia from the 10th to the 12th of August to bring an educational photographic experience unlike any other to the hair industry. Not your average hairdressing course, this educational workshop gave the students the chance to have their finished work published across the international hair landscape, not bad for three days work.

    The sold out workshop gave 10 lucky stylists the chance to work with the well-known, Carl Keeley and some most highly regarded and experienced names in the industry; make-up artist, Paul Blanch; Leanne Cutler of Hair Shots; retoucher, Peter Orlik; and Alex Newman of Chumba - all helping to drive the creative force and harness the talent amongst the diverse group.

    We had a mixed bag of participants, from salon owners to the newly qualified. Most had dabbled in a shoot or two but none had yet experience the success of creating an image that reflected their own abilities to their best. All were nervous at the start but full of confidence by the end of shoot day. I was so proud of their learning journey and of the work they created” – Carl Keeley.

    Day one was all about unwrapping the mystery surrounding photography, uncovering the basics, setting goals, research, planning and navigating the whole photography process. The second day saw the course change from the basics, to getting a solid grip on the most important thing when developing a collection; the vision. From drawing on this inspiration to creating the brief, right the way through to getting the right models, this workshop touched on it all.

    The workshop wrapped up with a photo-shoot, where the group had the chance to implement every aspect of their new-found knowledge. With the assistance of their mentors each student was able to completely nail their on-set hair, shot selection and retouching, allowing them to have their collection distributed for the international editorial coverage.

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    The collection, named Andor was inspired by the concept of stripping away excess visual noise through a monochromatic palette, similarly muting the gender bias to one of androgyny. The students were asked to focus on strong shapes and silhouettes to create impactful images.

    We hope you'll agree that all of the stylists excelled on producing their first ever photographic work. The collections have been confirmed to be published in Highlights in Brazil, Czech Republic, France, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa and in Estetica in Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Costa Rica, Venzuela, Canada, France, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa and Ukraine. A huge congratulations to all involved.

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    Book your spot for the in 2015 Create your Collection course here.

  • Moroccanoil Long Hair How To | Jill Stuart SS'14

    Moroccanoil took to the runway for Jill Stuart’s Spring/Summer 2015 at New York Fashion week this September. Lead stylist James Pecis for Moroccanoil complemented the collection reminiscent of Jerry Hall on beach night with sexy, luxe waves. A fresh youthful twist set to evoke the idea of unleashing your inner animal.

    Moroccanoil Long Hair How To | Beach Waves for Jill Stuart 

    1. Starting with damp hair, create a deep centre part. For all-over volume, apply Moroccanoil Root Boost from root-to-tip of damp strands

    2. Next, apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to the roots for smooth, controlled volume at the hairline

    3. Blow dry the hair straight using Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush

    4. Wrap 1 inch sections loosely around a curling iron, try the Cloud Nine Wand to create tousled waves; set with clips. Allow to cool and then let strands down

     5. Delicately brush out waves using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush. This will give the hair a soft, glam texture

    6. Apply a dime-sized amount of Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream to hands and using fingers smooth the hair ends and fly-aways, and then add a bit of rough texture to the pieces around the face

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  • A Celebration of South Australian Hairdressers with Parlour Hair Academy

    Parlour Hair Academy’s annual Guest Artist Show stepped it up this year, with record numbers and wholehearted support from Haircare Australia’s evo and Cloud Nine as it celebrated South Australian Hairdressers.

    This year held at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide, the Parlour Hair Academy Guest Artist Show is a celebration and collaboration of South Australia’s finest industry talent – the young, the wise, award winning and aspiring – plus a dedicated attempt at raising the profile of professional hairdressing.

    Initiated by Karen and Robert Bava, founders of Parlour Hair and Parlour Hair Academy, the event was built from the pair’s passion for education but also from the recognition that South Australia is home to a high concentration of prestige industry talent with, up until three years ago, no local platform to share and inspire those around them.

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    Beginning as a small(er) 160-strong event at a local nightclub, the event has quickly outgrown itself with 2014 marking the first year in a larger space and with an official sponsor in evo and Cloud Nine, Haircare Australia.

    “If you can’t support the industry in your own backyard then there’s a problem isn’t there?” said the wisest Gauvin of them all, Geoff Gauvin, Managing Director of Haircare Australia.

    The Parlour Hair Guest Artist Show effectively gathers the state’s best educators, session stylists, technicians and apprentices and offers them a stage to do what they do best, hair. The people watching are stylists, salon owners and a contingency of media, fashion representatives and career councilors – a collective bound by nothing other than a common passion for professional hairdressing. At Parlour Hair Academy Guest Artist Show it doesn’t matter what colour you connect with, or which salon you belong to, everyone is welcome.

    “Why would you present to a bunch of stylists already stocking your product or attending your academy, when you could be getting the attention of stylists and salon owners from other brands and salons – they’re your potential new clients,” says owner-founder of Dare salons, Adelaide, Paul Dare.

    Paul Dare has been in the industry for 37 years and, it’s fair to say, he’s well versed in professional colour companies, what works for business, staff and the bottom line. Recently signing over from one of the major’s, Paul and his two Dare salons are now stern advocates of the Haircare Australia mantra and its eclectic house of products. So passionate about the multi-tiered offerings that stand Haircare apart, and so vested in the dialect, you’d think he’d been a Haircare recruit for decades, not 6 months.

    “We at Dare hair have taken a long time to accept that they (Haircare Australia) are the leaders in the industry. They are producing spectacular products that are now being sold worldwide, and they have Fabuloso Pro which is kicking ass.”

    “My Colour Technician struggled to sell product, not any more. If you can’t sell Fab Pro as a colour technician, you will be fired from my business, not only is the product phenomenal, but it’s a great way to generate extra salon revenue,” he said.

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    Somewhat of a South Australian icon, Paul’s move to Haircare Australia seems to harmonise like neon and unicorns – the hero educator believes in removing the blinkers and breaking the rules(only after you’ve mastered them) – an outlook shared by the Gauvin family in their creation of evo and compound of unique brands – effectively catering for every stylist, every interior and every business model.

    Maybe there’s something in the water, but unlike our more populated states, South Australian’s seem to go about things a little more quietly, less feather ruffling more creating. They’ll take a solid drop of red before an air kiss, thanks, and profanities are kind of, well, the norm. They punctuate life a little differently. Perhaps because they’re detached from the Sydney-Melbourne kinetic, the ego isn’t required, everyone seems less affected, more inspired. Or as Robert Bava describes it, ‘just real.’ How beautiful.

    The Parlour Hair Academy Guest Artist Show is the ultimate reflection of its city and unwritten board of creatives, and this year boasted the biggest line-up yet. Split into three sessions, the first was host to 2014’s Young Guns.

    To be vested in the industry is to grow our future hands, a dedication that runs deep within Robert and Karen Bava. The Young Guns is a group of industry youth hand selected by the Bava’s to take on their annual Young Guns program. To enter, each potential ‘gun’ needs to simply submit a short video showcasing their creative aspiration and dedication to industry growth. Four are chosen and gain valuable experience throughout the year including presenting on stage at the Creative Guest Artist Show. In the eyes of the Bava’s everyone has something worth sharing, no matter who you are. And that’s exactly what this event is all about.

    Session Two saw Paul Dare present a 20 minute haircut and a five hour (pre done) Lakme colour – a modern bob with a steely grey finish – while Katie Kromwijk of Rock Retro Scissors delivered a set-style to give Cloud Nine Creative Director Lauren McCowan a run for her money.

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    Session Three was all about the lads. Not The Lads, hugely successful evo seminar that recently toured America with roaring results, but evo International Ambassador Jules Tognini, evo Ambassador for South Australia, Damien Rinaldo, Stephen Arrizza from The Basin Haircutters and Uros Mikic of Kinky Curly Straight – lined up, Parlour Hair Guest Artist-style.

    Although not part of the South Australian contingent, Jules was flown in to headline on behalf of evo and shared one of his quintessential men’s cuts live. For Jules, he was honored to join the evening’s itinerary, the man is after all one of the most approachable award winning stylists our country has ever seen – a thought that became fact with his late arrival, and the swarm of stylists that ensued. Drinks were thrust in his hand, eyes lit up and a semi-circle was formed – ears pricked, waiting for him to speak. The funny part is they were all guys. Adorable. And Jules didn’t flinch. Despite being due on stage in 15 minutes he alluded to all the time in the world.

    “I’m lucky enough to be the outsider that’s been invited!” he exclaimed.

    “I think about egos and hairdressing and I just hate it, I just like hanging out with people. Ideally one day we’re all going to work together in peace and harmony and not have to worry about egos because we all just accept each other. And that’s what these events are for, that’s what the Parlour Hair Guest Artist Show is all about,” said Jules.

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    The boys continued to demonstrate creative camaraderie at its best – switching from technical insight to chats about the unlimited offerings making hairdressing one of the best industries in the world.

    A sentiment backed up by Damien Rinaldo of Boris the Cuttery – master of sexy, undone hair. Not undone as in a raw version of Victoria’s Secret-style hair (boring), we’re talking before-it’s-time-sexiness-with-edge. The kind of hair design women want to wear and men want to create.

    “Some people will say ‘that’s not a haircut you can do in the salon,’ and you know what it’s probably not, but that’s the beauty about this industry and events like this, you can express yourself,” Damien said of his ice-blonde modern-mullet that struck a pose between David Bowie and AXL Rose in their hey days.

    This is why our Adelaide counterparts are so successful – businesses like Haircare Australia, products like evo and people like Robert and Karen Bava – they cut the bullshit. And without the cloud of discontent that is ego and selfishness, they’re able to think clearly and create wholeheartedly. Fearless and free, they’re the future and we salute them.

    A big shout out to the below presenters who made The Parlour Hair Academy Creative Guest Artist Show a huge success in 2014!

    Jules Tognini, evo
    Damien Rinaldo, Boris the Cuttery
    Stephen Arrizza, The Basin Haircutters
    Uros Mikic, Kinky Curly Straight
    Katie Kromwijk, Rock Retro Scissors
    Lucy Iasenzaniro, Belissimo Hair
    Megan Panozzo, In Awe Salon
    Cherie Falco, Chi Hair Skin Body
    Sophie Mihalopoulos, Monalisa Hairdressers
    Kristy Hodgson, Jarah’s Hair
    Tiffany Decaux, Boris The Cuttery
    Lauren Cooper, Parlour Hair
    Tricia Hicks, Principal Hair Artistique
    Johnny Georgiou, Parlour Hair
    Anthony Santamaria, Portobello
    Peter Anthony Ferraro, Hair Forum

    Written by Lauren King, StyleIcons

  • The Reuzel Pomade Story

    Leen and Bertus the creators of the famous Reuzel Pomade started learning men's haircutting at the ripe age of 14. With their love of classic barbering and strong influences of Rock'n'Roll, Kustom Kulture and its subcultures, it was inevitable that one day Leen and Bertus would open the world renowned Schorem Haarsnijder En Barbier, The Scumbags of Rotterdam.

    Schorem is a type of wordplay that tends to get a little lost in translation. In Dutch it means “scumbags” or “bad boys”, but it is also past tense for “I shave him”.  The “Haarsnijder en Barbier”  is more straight forward, meaning Haircutter and Barber in Dutch.

    Schorem is an old school men-only barbershop in the heart of the working class city of Rotterdam in Holland. The shop specialises in traditional, classic and signature haircuts, as well as, hot towel straight razor shaves.  Schorem is trying to preserve the vanishing craft of barbers from a lost era of time.

    Since it’s opening, Schorem has been frequented by Greasers, Rockers, Bikers, Psychobilly’s, Inkslingers, Skateboarders, Kids, Ruffians and other fine gentleman Scumbags from every echelon of society. It's not a rare sight to see these groups lining the street outside Schorem each day waiting for the shop to open. Leen and Bertus sum up the phenomenon perfectly;  “Our Clients are not just customers for the haircuts, but to be part of the thing that is happening here”. With a Facebook following of over 130,000 fans and 46,000 Instagram followers, Scumbags from all over the globe are wanting a piece of this culture.

    Harnessing their experience from nearly fifty years of barbering, Leen and Burtus created the what they class as the 'worlds finest Pomade'; Reuzel. Worthy of the pairs exacting standards Reuzel is taking the world by storm, the perfect compliment to the Schorem Barbers and barbershops around the world.

    The Pomades

    Reuzel Grease, a beeswax based, medium hold pomade with a consistency much like honey. Perfect to slick down or pomp up every classic barbershop style. Subtly spiced with peppermint, Rezuel Grease is as much about tradition as it is style. Perfect for the man who carries a comb and knows how to use it.

    Reuzel Pomade, is a water based, high shine pomade with a light scent of cola. Rinsing out easily but with a hold like super glue, you can achieve almost any look with this high shine pomade. Perfect for the both the pomade aficionado and the beginner.

    To become a Rezuel Pomade stockist please contact 1300 437 436.

  • evo Hair for TOME at New York Fashion Week

    Hair Director Lauren McCowan for evo hair led the New York Study Tour team in creating the beautiful look for TOME's New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 show. The inspiration  behind the look comes from strong Indian influences through the intricacy and detail in the pleating  in the key looks.

    "We wanted to create a look reminiscent of traditional Indian hair, while also keeping in line with the chic, effortless and slightly unexpected finishes of TOME" - Lauren McCowan

    With a fine balance between polish and effortless flyaway, Lauren created a look that is a sophisticated compliment to the collection while still being wearable to the consumer.

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    Get the look from TOME

    Step 1: Spray hair down with evo mister blowout spray. Dry into hair with a dressing brush for polish and texture.

    Step 2: Using a tail comb, create a sleek centre part and mist roots with evo helmut light to set part.

    Step 3: Set a straightener to 150 degrees (Cloud Nine Original Iron) and straighten large horizontal sections of the hair to create a smooth texture. Put a slight bevel on the ends but not a curl.

    Step 4: Using your dressing brush, brush hair into the palm of the hands at the nape of the neck. Tuck hair behind the ears.

    Step 5: Begin a fishtail braid and be sure to keep braid tight at the nape of the neck.

    Step 6: Continue down the length of the hair, keeping the fishtail braid tight and flat. Secure at ends with a thin elastic band and wrap a small piece of hair around the elastic to hide and secure. Set band of hair with evo helmut light to finish.

  • Moroccanoil Hits the Snow with Veuve Cliquot

    Moroccanoil took to the catwalk for famous shoe designer, Kathryn Wilson’s Spring ‘14 show at Veuve Clicquot in the Snow. Set at the stunning Heliworks Hanger, the show housed Queenstown’s fashion minded snow bunnies for it’s prestigious annual event.

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    The renowned Danny Pato, Kathryn’s stylist of choice, drew his inspiration from Bridgette Bardot. The hair was all about volume, shine and glamour, the perfect complement to the 90’s point stiletto’s in cobalt blues, cerise pinks and acid yellows that graced the catwalk. 

    “It’s playful and glamourous, feminine and fun. This fem-lux style perfectly suits Kathryn’s latest collection and the glamour of Clicquot in the Snow” – Danny Pato of D&M, Moroccanoil Advocate.

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  • The Lakmé Spring Summer '14 Colour Collection

    The brand new  Lakmé Spring Summer collection for 2014 has arrived. And it's showcasing the true spirit of Lakmé, taking us back to its heart through the colours and techniques applied.  The creation of renowned colour diva, Belinda Keeley and her award-winning team from Chumba, this collection explores  an array of techniques and colours that truly capture the Lakmé brand. Each of the techniques used to create this collection will be unveiled at our leading Hot off The Press colour workshop throughout August and September.

    Lakmé and its inspiration are firmly rooted in Barcelona, from it’s laboratories to it’s Mediterranean influence and heritage. Lakmé Spring Summer ‘14 is all about thoroughly modernizing these roots, while giving a strong fashion forward look. The undertones of Spanish influence and European summers are in abundance with clean vanilla hues, rose gold's and pastel hues.

    The exposing of Lakmé’s creative capability was at the center of this collection, showcasing the diverse range of colours.  Lakmé colour provides great creative expression and the ability to achieve the greens, blues, silvers and golds that are simply unmatched.  The standout techniques; printing, marbling, shading and experimenting with 3D are all utilised to achieve  unique looks reminiscent of mother of pearl and sunlight reflection.

    Led by the award winning Chumba team, the Lakmé Spring Summer Collection will roll out around Australia in Hot Off The Press from the 18th August to the 22nd September.

  • Moroccanoil Media Makeovers

    On Thursday May 29, Australian beauty editors and media were treated to a glamorous session of one-on-one styling with none other than Moroccanoil's Global Team Educator, Violet Sainsbury. While educating each editor on the latest releases from the Moroccanoil range (Moulding Cream, Styling Gel, Heat Protect and Volumizing Mousse), Violet also styled each editor according to their personal preference and hair needs.

    Each session started off with a luxurious blow-dry, continuing on with an introduction to the relevant products suitable to the guests hair requirements. Curl Control Mousse, Frizz Control, and Luminous Hairspray were used as finishing touches so each editor could spend the rest of their working day with beautifully styled hair.

    Moroccanoil MakeoverGuests were treated to European pastries and French champagne while they chatted to Violet who further schooled them on the Moroccanoil brand and history while answering any of those burning beauty questions surrounding all things hair! Each editor was also able to have their photograph taken with Violet after the styling session and left with a bespoke gift bag of Moroccanoil products, personally chosen by Violet.

    Feedback from all editors was exceptionally positive. They left the styling session knowing more about the Moroccanoil brand and the products themselves. Having Violet educate each guest individually was highly beneficial and made quite an impact on a personal and professional level.

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  • Get Katie Holmes' Red Carpet look with Alterna Haircare

    Katie Holmes hit the red carpet looking glam for the premier of The Giver Film with hair by Sebastian Scolarici for Alterna Haircare. Recreate this effortless Top Knot using the Alterna Haircare product range in just a few simple steps.

    “Katie’s look was a nod to old Hollywood with a modern edge. The tone for Katie’s look was set by the impeccable Zac Posen dress, with her hair perfectly complimenting the style with a simple high knot with a hint of texture.” - Sebastian Scolarici

    Alterna Haircare for Katie Holmes Step-by-Step

    1. On damp hair, spray a small amount of the Alterna Bamboo Boho Waves Tousled Texture Mist tousling from the ears down to the ends. Dry hair leaving some natural texture

    2. Emulsify the Alterna Bamboo Volume 2-in-1 Volumizer into a paste by rubbing it quickly in between hands for a few seconds and then build up volume into the hair

    3. Sweep hair into a high ponytail, securing it tightly with a hair tie

    4. Separate hair into two sections and tease each section with a hint of Alterna Caviar Perfect Texture Finishing Spray

    5. Carefully twist the two sections together, wrapping hair tightly around the base of the ponytail and securing it with hair pins

    6. Finish with the Alterna Caviar Anti-Aging Working Hairspray to set her look

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