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Zac Posen’s A/W 15 show was a delightful display of monochromatic palettes made of luxurious fabrics and fur. Posen “wanted to find a balance between the elegance of Grace Kelly and the fierceness of Chaka Khan”. Hairstylist Odile Gilbert completed the look with a beautiful hairstyle that was “connected to the dresses;” sleek and shiny in the front, yet full and bouncy in the back.


Gilbert explained that the inspiration for the look was “Hollywood, but in a modern way. Masculine in the front, and feminine in the back.”


To recreate the look, prep damp hair with Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse. Blow dry with a paddle brush, allowing volume at the roots.

When hair is dry, take 1 inch sections and prep strands with Moroccanoil heat styling spray. Wrap horizontally around a 1 ¼ inch curling iron, creating tension at the root.

When entire head has been curled, brush hair with a Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush.

Create a deep side part, then spray the sides generously with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray, combing down and back.

Photos by Desirae Cherie.

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