Miss Sixty @ NYFW Spring 2009 Hair Breakdown

Hair lead: Leonardo Manetti for ghd

“Urban Superheroines” – Wichy Hassan, Miss Sixty Designer

The Look
Beautiful, charming and glamorously feminine, a modern homage to the passionate freethinking ideals and values of the 1970’s – liberation, freedom and self-confidence.

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The ghd Way
Modern, edgy, urban-rocker chic with lots of attitude. First, the directive team sprayed ghd miracle mist to prep the hair to look healthy and shiny. Next, ghd maximise mousse was applied to the roots for the ultimate in volume and the hair was blown out straigtht. To rough up tresses and help hold volume, ghd ultimate hair spray was lightly misted over the entire head. Then, unexpected “dents” were created to infuse movement and texture by taking a small section of hair, making a loop and then pressing the ghd IV styler on the loop. The look was finished with ghd reflection spray for the all-out shine, and a final mist of ultimate hair spray kept the look runway-ready. The result? An unpredictable edge that channeled all things modern, urban and glamorous.

ghd is available at great salons across the globe and in Sephora, as well as online at www.ghdhairusa.com and www.sephora.com.

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