Episode 41: The Masthead with Marie Claire Video
Marie Claire's new travel guide, plus high-maintenance beauty.
Hi, I'm Annabelle, your correspondent for New York Fashion Week Spring 2009. Now, we'll take you backstage to find out the most fashionable hairstyles.
It's kind of inspired by old photographs of Veruschka in the desert so we just took water and the blow dryer and kind of scrunched it up and gave it a little texture and a little wave.
It could have a little bend to it but more of a matte color like you don't have to put a ton of gloss or a ton of pomade or anything on top of it. It sort of just do your regular mashed clean hair.
The girl still looked a new Brigitte Bako. I wanted to be like really fresh with like really full hair but still and full.
We're doing a soft 1920's glamour. It's all very extreme partings. All slicked over to one side over the eye, very sexy and then we're gonna take the hair and wrap it over so that it falls over 1 shoulder.
I've been seeing a lot of updos but the interesting thing about the updos is they're more full Bob.
We were inspired by short bobs with the side part so because all the girls have long hair, we're kind of rolling it under and making it look like they all have short hair.
We are not doing something that's kind of square inch shape away from the face and kind of almost rolled under in this middle kind of bob shape.
I really could take this out. A lot of women would be cutting their hair for spring summer because a lot of the dresses and a lot of the cloths have been just like a neck line, lots of accessories so you want your neck exposed.
The foam really is like one of those haircuts that just suit everyone