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Rachel Zoe S/S 2014 Collection with Moroccanoil

Thursday, 26 September 2013 21:25

Moroccanoil Artistic Director Antonio Corral Calero for Rachel Zoe's SS 2014 Collection at NYFW

Rachel Zoe took her inspiration from the modern jet-set girl on safari; a new-world voyager easily flaunting her femininity with casual confidence. Exotic glamour takes on ethereal elements with polished silhouettes in a warm color palette of cognacs, khakis and golds offset by refreshing bursts of mint and blush, while bold black and white statements keep us grounded.

Runway stylist Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Artistic Director, created a deconstructed modern take on the braid, with a contrasting and overlapping tangled textural effect that looked as if hair was styled on-the-go before being blown free and loosened by the elements.

Corral Calero took random parts of pre-textured strands and criss-crossed them (like macramé) before tucking them into the back and inside of a low braid. Corral Calero recommends that “the hair needs to be in great condition to hold this kind of free-flowing look. There is some shine, but the strands look semi-matte, thanks to the styling effect of new Moroccanoil Root Boost and new Moroccanoil Molding Cream -- both of which launched this season at Fashion Week). Hair can still move in any direction and look and feel good thanks to the dry application of Moroccanoil Treatment.”

 

Rachel Zoe Collection Spring / Summer 2014
Hair by Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Artistic Director
Photography: David Webber for Moroccanoil

  • A messy braid for a confident female



  • Step 1

    Started with a foundation of Moroccanoil Treatment on dry hair to condition, strengthen and smooth. Then spray new Moroccanoil Root Boost at the roots, starting at the nape, and working up. Also, applying Moroccanoil Treatment on dry hair for more traction and grip.

  • Step 2

    Warm a bit of new Moroccanoil Molding Cream between fingers and work it in from roots to ends to give the right semi-matte texture with enough shine. Hair should look healthy, not too dry.”

  • Step 3

    Blow dry the hair from underneath and lift at the roots using fingers. Let it dance and tangle under the air flow. Do not pull or try to control the hair.”

  • Step 4

    When almost dry, and with model’s head bent over, finger-massage the hair at the root and lift again to intensify the tangled texture. Then section the hair from ear to ear and pin it up while creating a braid with remaining strands at the nape of the neck.

  • Step 5

    Add a tribal vibe by making several little braids placed randomly at the sides

  • Exotic glamour takes on ethereal elements



  • Refreshing bursts of mint



  • Warm color palette of cognacs, khakis and golds



  • ...bold black and white statements keep us grounded



  • Easily flaunting her femininity with casual confidence



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