Temperley London’s London Fashion Week show was an eclectic array of prints and patterns complimented by gorgeous safari-like hats. To compliment the busy prints and accessories, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador, Antonio Calero created a low ponytail with tons of volume and personality. Perfect for that spring vacation we’re dreaming of.
Antonio divulged to us that “this season I was inspired by the flowing and, printed fabrics, and Cuban culture. The hair look is a low texturized ponytail, which emulates summertime with a hint of sensuality. With strands falling gently into the face, the hair creates a mysterious and flirtatious confidence. A hat can be added on occasion to bring masculinity to the style.”
GET THE LOOK:
- Apply Moroccanoil Treatment to wet hair and blast dry.
- Splitting hair into three sections (the sides and back), apply Moroccanoil Root Boost in uneven zig zag motions and blast dry, using the fingers to work it into the hair. This will give the hair an uneven texture.
- Create a deep middle part from the hairline to the crown.
- Using your fingers, loosely rake the hair back into a ponytail at the nape of the neck and secure with an elastic. There is no need to use a brush – your fingers perfectly achieve the natural, easy look.
- Take random sections of and the ponytail, and loosely wrap around a 1 ½” inch barrel iron for added texture. Do this to three or four sections.
- Grabbing the ponytail with one hand, use the fingers of your other hand to weave into the top of the ponytail. Close your fingers tightly, to grip sections of hair in between, and lift them an inch to give the ponytail some additional volume above the elastic.
- Take a pinch of Moroccanoil Molding Cream, rub into hands to warm up, and tap it down the ponytail for a disheveled finish.
- Take a little piece of hair from underneath the ponytail, wrap it around the elastic a few times and then secure with a hair pin
- Pull loose a few strands of hair at the front to gently frame the face.
Would you sport this pony next time you wear a hat? Sound off in the comments!