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Natural plaiting, retro looks with grungy accents... if the catwalks of this coming fall/winter are any indication, minimalism will be all the rage. But minimal doesn't have to mean boring! Let’s take a look at the looks for fall.
Barrettes are this summer’s accessory stars, and they’re setting the bar a little higher. You’ll see them worn one at a time or in tandem, in loose hair, on one side only or both sides at once. But here’s a surprise: clips from the 90s are in again: crab claws, zigzags and hinged barrettes are back, taking their place in slick, gelled or waxed hairstyles.
This year, fashion fans got two different takes on the natural blow-dried look, used both in square and longer, more graded cuts. The runways had it all: styles that looked as if they had barely been touched, and ultra-smooth, lustrous, moisturized cuts straight out of American TV. The choice is yours!
A cocktail of vegetal keratin, castor oil and vitamins, Dream Lengths leave-in cream leaves hair stronger and nourished, adds shine and helps to keep it long.
Our formula contains a powerful cocktail: with vegetal keratin, it repairs hair to the tips with castor oil, it nourishes, adds shine and helps keep hair long with vitamins, it makes hair stronger*
This fall features a classic look with a DIY style: knot your bun casually, without paying too much attention to loose ends. It’s a fast, easy way to get that insouciant elegance the French are so well known for.
Say goodbye to Heidi-like perfection. This season, braids are going rogue: long and smooth, mixed with short ones woven into loose hair or as part of a deconstructed bun. Anything goes… as long as it’s not boring.
Sea-kissed waves, windswept body & 24h texture.
Create a carefree, ocean-fresh look with full tousled texture, windswept waves, or piecey perfection and a low-sheen matte finish.
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