For the Timo Weiland fall collection, L'Oréal Professionnel Lead Stylist Joseph DiMaggio debuted the brand's newest product, True Grip Texturizing Powder. But the true beauty star backstage was the wave. With a threatening blizzard on the NYC horizon, all I could think was, "Damn you, precipitation. I want these waves and I want them now."
The best my inner impetuous child could do was take vigorous notes about the look. Here's the deal:
Designers Alan Eckstein and Timo Weiland blended the opulence of Baroque era tapestries with the refined structure of military-inspired cuts, and the hair was meant to emphasize the "regality" of the look, with models wearing center parts that "flowed into dramatic S-shaped waves."
Joseph mixed a bottle of L’Oréal Professionnel Volume Expand Leave-In Spray with a generous dusting of the new L’Oréal Professionnel True Grip Texturizing Powder. He generously sprayed the cocktail from roots to ends to build volume and texture with a matte finish. He then braided hair into three sections and set into a bun.
When he undid the bun, Joseph pressed a flat iron over one-inch sections into cascading “S” shapes.