BEAUTY‘Do OversLegendary stylist Guido Palau updates four classic looks with a new attitude.by W Magazine05.01.14Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Styled: Felicia Garcia-Rivera1Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Styled: Felicia Garcia-RiveraClassic Crop“Julie Christie in Shampoo and Barbra Streisand both had that bob,” says Guido Palau, the hair maestro behind the fall runway coifs for Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, and Alexander McQueen. “I gave it a blow-dry to add a feeling of roughness.”Burberry Prorsum cardigan; Mizuki necklace.2Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Styled: Felicia Garcia-RiveraMane Event“I normally do artistic, ‘Don’t move your head’ looks,” says Palau, but here, “it’s a filmic, Brigitte Bardot–esque, kind of Catherine Deneuve classic sexy.” Palau used Redken Guts 10 Root Targeted Volume Spray Foam to rough-dry volume into the hair, teased the locks into shape, and then applied Redken Fashion Work 12 Versatile Working Spray for light hold before finally molding the ’do with his hands. “There’s something about the ’60s hair that’s still appealing,” he says. “It was a time of freedom for women and girls who became cool.”3Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Styled: Felicia Garcia-RiveraModern ModPalau applied Redken Satinwear 02 Prepping Blow-Dry Lotion and, after drying the hair, used Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Two Day Extender to create a nonchalant “airiness.” “It’s the sexy, outgrown ’60s fringe, à la Françoise Hardy and Jane Birkin,” he says. “It’s boyish in a way, like they hadn’t really bothered—and back then it felt rebellious.”4Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Styled: Felicia Garcia-RiveraCurrent/Elliott hoodie.Hair by Guido for Redken; makeup by Dotti for Nars Cosmetics at Streeters and by Sil Bruinsma for Diorshow at Streeters; manicure by Rieko Okusa for Chanel. Model: Anna Ewers at Women Management. Digital technician: Brendan Burke. Photography assistants: Evan Lee, Nando Ponce, Bruce Bernard. Fashion assistants: Ryann Foulke, Cody Pan.