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PPQ at London Fashion Week: Get The Look

Our Creative Director Kieron was in the midst of the action at AW15 London Fashion Week as part of the Wella SP Luxe Oil hairstyling team at the PPQ show.

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The hairstyles Kieron created were inspired by PPQ’s dark, Gothic collection with an unexpected angelic twist. Featuring a dramatic beehive, textured waves and bold Renaissance swirls, the styles certainly accentuated the incredible collection.

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Recreate the iconic LFW style at home with these simple steps:

Step One: Prep hair by washing with the Wella SP Luxe Oil Shampoo and make sure it’s super soft by following with Wella SP Luxe Oil Keratin Restore Mask. Mix a few drops of Wella SP Luxe Oil with Wella SP Elegant Shape Body Mousse and run through towel-dried tresses for a textured, glossy base.

Step Two: Blow dry the hair, directing it away from your face and smooth down with a large barrel brush. Separate a 5cm section from the front of your hair (this will be used to create a pressed curl). Then split the remaining hair vertically from the crown to the nape of your neck.

Step Three: Taking sections of hair from each side, create a tight plait all the way down the back of your head. Gently backcomb the remaining hair before working the hair from each side into a French braid, pinning it into place on top of the first plait.

Step Four: Spritz over Wella SP Style Perfect Hold to secure the style and follow with Wella SP Luxe Oil Keratin Protection Spray for a high shine finish.

Step Five: Release the front section of hair and curl smaller pieces using a hair iron. Starting at the top of the section, feed the hair through the plates, curving as you go to create an ‘s’ shape. Run your fingers through the curls to create soft waves before using a hairdryer to blast them away from the face. Seal with a second mist of Perfect Hold.

(Images courtesy of Wella)

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