Tony Ward Haute Couture Autumn-Winter 2014-2015

Jul 17, 2014 216
Published in BEAUTY

Hair Design by Guillaume Bérard for Moroccanoil

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Designer Inspiration

“From William Turner’s 19th century oil painting “Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps”, Tony Ward drew his inspiration to create a collection that expresses nature’s overwhelming and contradictory forces. A dark storm cloud dominates the sky, with the sun attempting to break through the clouds; a white avalanche cascades down the mountains…warm and earthy colors coexist with aquatic hues in this collection.”

The Look

"Tony Ward asked me how to get the most beautiful hair in the world? What's better than the simplicity, minimalism for beautiful hair, and to create a contrast with the sophisticated dresses collection." -Guillaume Bérard


How to Create the Look

• “First, I prepared the hair with Moroccanoil Treatment to improve the condition and manageability, as it is the perfect foundation for styling.”

• “Then I create a clear center part to separate the hair into two equal sections on the top of the head.

• Next, I straightened the hair section by section using the Moroccanoil Paddle Brush with the Moroccanoil Professional Series Hair Dryer or a flat iron until all of the hair is perfectly straight. To maintain the straight style, I use the Moroccanoil Frizz Control to maintain the smooth texture of the hair, tame flyaways and prevent frizz.”

• I finished the straight and smooth style with a spray of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spay to create beautiful shine and a lustrous, healthy finish from root to tip.