The fact that bangs are back is not news. For several seasons, we’ve watched as models went for supershort Amélie styles and actresses adopted heavy Jane Birkin drapes. But short or long, bangs have always played it stick straight—until now, anyway. At the fall shows, top catwalkers made waves with their loose, brow-grazing fringe. To create the softly coiled coif here, the stylist Romina Manenti added volume with Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray before finger-combing in a dab of Aquage Detailing Creme and defining the curls with a large-barrel iron. Varying the size of the sections, Manenti explains, keeps the locks from looking stiff and unnatural. “I was thinking of Jennifer Beals in Flashdance,” she says. What a feeling.
The Secret to Model Perfect Hair
Maria Borges “With my hair I am very specific: I trust the one and only hair guru Marcello Costa. I love to use Jonathan Products because is organic. We avoid relaxers and try alternatives to it. Before my blowout, I use Hydra-Curls leave in conditioner.”
“Warrior Stance,” photographed by Steven Klein, styled by Edward Enninful; W Magazine March 2015.
Neelam Gil “Neil Moodie cuts my hair and before he cuts it he does this amazing treatment that strengthens my hair and keeps it glossy. I also wash my hair with the Windle and Moodie shampoo and conditioner, which is really nourishing for my hair seeing as it’s styled multiple times a day whilst shooting.”
“The London Look,” photographed by Harry Carr, styled by Hanna Kelifa.
Hair by Romina Manenti at Home Agency; Makeup by Lisa Houghton for Dior At Tim Howard Management; Manicure By Eri Handa for Dior at MAM-NYC. Model: Antonina Petkovic At The Society Management. Digital Technician: Hugo Arturi. Photography Assistants: Sean O’neil, Basil Faucher. Fashion Assistant: Lindy Corley.