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Valentino Fall/Winter 2012 Paris Fashion Week Beauty Recap

March 10, 2012

Valentino Fall/Winter 2012 Runway show, Photo: Redken

 

 

For Fall 2012, the Valentino runway show displayed the collections signature femininity. Such silhouettes included folklore-inspired dresses with long sleeves and high necklines, some of which were in leather.

Redken Creative Director Guido Paulo created a romantic French twists for the show.

 

 

French twist created at the Valentino Fall 2012 Runway show, created by Redken Creative Consultant Guido Paulo. Photo: Redken

 

 

“I’ve created a very classic Valentino look, very pretty. I’m doing a seventies kind of twist that has a very soft feel to it. Valentino’s got such a signature girl now, every season I reinvent the hair whether it’s a twist, a braid, or a knot. It’s a challenge but what’s very nice about it is that it’s always very pretty, very soft, very feminine. It’s a great look for women.” – Guido Paulo, Redken Creative Consultant

Create the Look:

  • Apply Redken full frame 07 mousse to damp hair and blow-dry for a voluminous look and a little hold.
  • Create a center part and apply a small amount of Redken outshine 01 to smooth the hair.
  • Separate into two front sections and twist each one back towards the nape into a “v” shape.
  • Pin alongside the twist on either side with open fasteners to secure the twist into place.
  • Cross over the twist in the back and tuck the opposite sides in underneath each other keeping the “V” shape, and pin in place.
  • Finish with Redken fashion work 12 versatile working spray.

 

 

French twist created at the Valentino Fall 2012 Runway show, created by Redken Creative Consultant Guido Paulo. Photo: Redken


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