Wax and pomades have always been two of the go-to products for a lot of people when it comes to hair styling.
Carolina Herrera presented the ode to her impressive 37-year career and to her success in keeping elegance alive and thriving, at the Museum of Modern Art on February 12th, 2018.
Celebrating her 20th anniversary, this season Tracy Reese teamed up with Cantu Beauty Products.
Tracy Reese unveiled her spring/summer 2018 collection during New York Fashion Week. The event took place at Pier 59 Studios and was full of fabulous hair moments from models and guest alike. “The inspiration for this show is individual beauty and what the women themselves bring to the clothes” Reese exclaimed. Cantu creates ultra-nourishing beauty products that allow your authentic beauty to shine. Sharing this aesthetic made Cantu x Tracy Reese the perfect match. I got the chance to join all the backstage magic and speak with one of my favorite key hair stylist, Bok-hee.
Check out what she had to say about using Cantu Beauty Products and working with Tracy Reese.
-What was it like using Cantu Beauty Products?
“They are such a great product line. The inspiration was very care free. So what we did was use the co-wash all over the hair to give it a clean fresh look. Then we use the thermal shield to give the hair a more finished look. So if the ends were fried or if the ends were a little bit dry we just used a bit in our hands and ran it through the hair. Then we blow-dried it, or curled it, or gave it whatever it needed. After that, we used the edge stay gel and just put it in the hair so it feels like they’ve been running around a bit, a little sweaty, and a little cool. That was the idea and why we used the Cantu products that way.”
Step 1: Start by spraying roots and lengths of hair with Cantu Refresh Dry Co-Wash for a clean, conditioned base.
Step 2: Next, spray hair with Cantu Thermal Shield Heat Protectant and blow hair out smooth using a round brush.
Step 3: Once hair is smoothed out, use a 1 ½ inch curling iron to create subtle curls at the lengths. When finished, loosen up the curls with your fingers for a more subtle wave.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Step 4: Lastly, mold hairline around the part and face using Cantu Extra Hold Edge Stay Gel to stand up slightly.
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We dropped into Made Man barbershop in NYC for a chance to check out what’s happening at Old Spice with new Swagger Gel and catch up with Luke Hemsworth.
Upon immediately walking into Tribeca’s Nexxus Salon, I fell in love with the design of the salon itself.
Last night rag & bone partnered with the Tribeca Film Festival on the world premiere of Hair, a ‘rag & bone Films’ production directed by John Turturro. The premiere, which took place at Regal Battery Park Cinemas, was followed by an intimate dinner at Locanda Verde in New York City co-hosted by Vanity Fair.
Tell me about this collaboration with Rag & Bone and how it came about.
John Turturro: I did a photo shoot for them, and I liked their clothes, and Bobby likes their clothes. They showed me the little film they made with Baryshnikov and Lil Buck, which I loved. They asked me to do something for them. We threw around a lot of ideas, and we did something about hair. I think that hair goes with clothes well, and I got to do it with my friend Bobby, and you’ll see.
Was it fun to improv this project?
John Turturro: We kind of had a little bit of an idea of what to do, and we improvised off of that. I kind of just was the straight man and tried to keep Bobby on course.
Congratulations on teaming up with Tribeca. Tell me a little bit about how this collaboration came about?
Marcus Wainwright: It was sort of an accident. We’ve been huge fans of John’s and asked him if he wanted to make a film for us. That’s what we asked, and we just said we’d supply the clothes, so this is what happened.
Speak about collaborating with John.
Marcus Wainwright: It was pretty amazing. I come as a huge fan. He’s a true original, so it was very flattering that he’d even consider doing it. It was an amazing experience, pretty good.
As a fashion creative, how does film inspire you?
Marcus Wainwright: I mean, how does it not inspire you?
Future collaborations for film and Rag & Bone?
Marcus Wainwright: Yeah, happening. I don’t know what they’re going to be, but we’re working on it.
Guests on the night included:
Guests on the night included:
· John Turturro, wearing rag & bone
· Marcus Wainwright
· Glenna Neece, wearing rag & bone
· Rose Byrne, wearing rag & bone
· Alice Eve, wearing rag & bone
· Georgia Fowler, wearing rag & bone
· Mimi Elashiry, wearing rag & bone
· Makenzie Leigh
· Nick Sullivan, Esquire
· Michael Carl, Vanity Fair
· Alex Badia, WWD
· Sylvana Durret, wearing rag & bone
· Adam Durrett
· Lauren Sherman, Business of Fashion
This past Thursday, I attended the RA_Bar Beauty Salon’s RA_Chella Media Event in West Hollywood, California. The salon is SO cute, and the stylists really know their stuff! They provided bloggers alike with braids, blowouts, makeup touch-ups, eyelash extensions, organic spray tans…all while providing champagne and mimosas. Can I get an amen?
AXE Hair has brought together 30 influencers across various talents who all have great hair. We hung out with Josh Peck, Josh Elkin, and more to get an idea of what it means to have the perfect look, fast.
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