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Alongside nostalgia, the sheer movement carried on into the Dolce & Gabbana show with an all black flair that exuded simple and sexy. With crowns from bejeweled to flowered and intricate headpieces that look like they stepped out of a Tim Burton film, the looks were clean, colorful and fun! Like most of the shows, there was a feminist undertone, reminding the audience of a domesticated life not so long ago. While the beauty made a nod to the 50’s and 60’s and the clothes to the 90’s, we can only wonder if the prosperous 50’s and the turbulent 60’s will be revisited in seasons to come.

A bright pop of the lip and a classic cat eye complemented the show – accentuating the style leaving room for the hair to be highlighted. “In typical Dolce & Gabbana style, we’re adding flowers and trinkets and tiaras – all the things that make Dolce such a beautiful show,” said Guido Palau, Redken Global Creative Director. “The hair is super simple, super classic, and super feel good. It’s going to move. They’ve got wind machines on the runway so it’s going to feel light and airy.”


  1. Wash hair with Redken Diamond Oil Glow Dry Gloss Shampoo and Conditioner. 

  2. While hair is damp, add Redken No Blow Dry and allow hair to air dry. 

  3. Enhance nature texture with a small barrel curling iron for more bend in the hair. 

  4. Create two small sections of hair starting from the temples and braid back into the under layer of 
hair. Use braids as a base to secure headpiece with pins. 



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