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Ooh I can’t tell you how nice it is to fall instantly in love with a catwalk hair look, especially when you have been invited by the hair sponsor of the show! That’s exactly what I did with the Felder Felder SS15 hair – The Young Bardot – created by Global Ambassador of Schwarzkopf and absolutely lovely guy, Armin Morbach. Love love love it!
Incidentally, I love the collection too (they killed it), but you know me, I’m all about the hair and makeup!! So here we had an ultra feminine, yet softly edgy, fresh take on the iconic Brigitte Bardot look.
After the show, I went backstage to get the low down from Armin on how the Felder Felder SS15 look was created.
Felder Felder SS15 – Hair Get the Look
The hair was prepped with Schwarzkopf Essence Ultime Diamond Colour Shampoo & Conditioner for healthy, radiant shine. It was prepped with mousse to give it grip.
Then hair was curled in large sections around a wide barrelled tong to create loose waves.
Then to create the Bardot volume the crown section was backcombed and Armin’s tip was to backcomb holding the hair in the direction it needs to lay, rather than holding it all up above the head.
He smoothed the surface of the backcombed hair and connected the front section with the volumised section. Next the parting was hairsprayed to keep it on place and then heated though with a dryer.
Armin then generously threw in (yes directly from the pot!) Schwarzkopf got2b POWDER’ful Volumising Powder and then twisted it through to add modern definition.
He finished it all with Schwarzkopf got2b Hairspray.
And I promise I am not a stalker but that gorgeous model still looked good on my train home!! Isn’t it a small world??! Sorry I took a pic on the train but I just couldn’t help myself!
Huge thanks to SSchwarzkopf for having me along to the show!
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