It was so lovely to see my pal and hairdresser extraordinaire Charles Worthington again at the 2011 Spring Erdem Show. Much like the clothing, the garden setting was breathtaking. It perfectly suited Erdem Moralioglu's inspiration which was derived from the Ballet Russo. According to Charles,
"We were going for a little bit less structured and a little more fluffy than the way a ballerina would wear her hair. Think nymphs and fairies playing around in an English Garden. The look has a cuteness and a prettiness to it, but with a little bit of edge".
To go along with this outdoorsy theme, baby pink illuminator was added to the cheeks, and the skin was with enhanced with a subtle tan. This all over warm colour was created by using St. Tropez Wash Off Instant Glow Mousse. In under three minutes, I was able to get the low down on how hair was styled and what products were used. To find out the details, just read more.
- Step 1: A new product called 'Crackle Wax' is due out this November from Charles Worthington. Its purpose is to give hair texture and to help the style from collapsing. Take a little bit in you palms and rub together to break down the wax. Then, coat hair from roots to ends so that your hair becomes more malleable.
- Step 2: Next, create one long fluid plait begging on one side of the head and wrapping it all the way around to the other ear.
- Step 3: Use a little bit of Charles Worthington Revive and Refresh Front Row Dry Shampoo to the roots, and then rub it in for a mussed up effect.