Proenza Schouler Spring Summer 2011 Backstage Beauty
September 17, 2010 by J.T.
Wednesday September 15, 2010
For Spring Summer 2011 Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez wanted their girls to look more polished, using all the code that define feminity in a modern way. She is more lady like but she still has this Proenza Schouler’s tomboy edgyness. Following the Fall Winter 2010 Surfer Girl hairstyle look Frederic Fekkai partnered again with Proenza Schouler and created this Spring 2011 edgy hairstyle. Paul Hanlon, lead stylist for Frederic Fekkai created a rough, tousled half-twist with volume and wave for Proenza Schouler’s Spring Summer 2011 runway show. Hanlon begun by applying Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray heavily throughout the hair from roots to ends, creating texture and fullness. Using a diffuser, he fingered-combs the hair dry. Hanlon then loosely gathers and tucked the top half of the hair into a french twist at the nape of the neck, leaving a few long layers of hair free. To obtain this modern style, he left the ends out of the twist and sprayed the Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray all over, to secure the look.
Fekkai Coiff Oceeanique Tousled Wave Spray
A lightweight styling mist that created tousled, wavy locks. “Touchable” polymers help form rejuvenate loose curls with flexible control and zeo stickiness
Retail Price: $23.00, 5fl. oz. bottle
Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray
This feather light hair spray holds on without getting stiff or sticky. Spray, spray, spray and stay supple, with this sheer, brush through finish that lives on all day.
Retail Price: $35, 5.8 oz. bottle
Products available at Frederic Fekkai Salons, Fekkai.com, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomindales.
Makeup by Diane Kendall for MAC Cosmetics: All makeup by MAC Cosmetics. Sculpt underneath the cheekbones with Face and Body Foundation in Medium. Highlight on the cheekbones and down the center of the nose with White Frost Pigment. Brush brows and fill in with a brow pencil one shade darker than your natural hair color. Finish look by applying Lip Erase Dim around the edges of the lips.
See our photos below:
Photos: CB Stylerumor.com
Hairstyle: Paul Hanlon, lead stylist for Frederic Fekkai
Makeup: Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics