Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Edward Tricomi’s vision for J. Mendel’s fashion show was a play on a classic chignon-turned youthful and modern with its unique oval-braided shape.

To get the look, Edward simply double-parted hair, and pulled the sectioned off portion into a small ponytail, wrapping a thin strand around a tiny pony holder. Then, grabbed all the hair into a big ponytail holder and braided it.

The last step is to wrap the braid into an oval shaped chignon, securing with several hairpins. The Warren-Tricomi’s Flexible Hairspray was used to give hair a matte look minus the stiffness.

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6 thoughts on “New York Fashion Week Fall 2008 – Backstage Hair at J. Mendel with Edward Tricomi

  1. Fie

    This is very random and fangirlish. Omg D: Edward looks like a realllllyyy metrosexual Severus Snape from Harry Potter.

    Haha. I’m so random. But love the hair but sadly I can’t even keep my hair long enough to not be irritated by it.


    (sorry, I had to nerd-out for a minute there! LOL)

  3. Carrie

    LOL, I was going to write the same thing too.

  4. Amanda

    I am SO into this guy because I love Snape too!!! He also does amazing hair but yeah, a total sexy version of Snape, so yum.