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Redken Creates Fall Runway Hairstyle Trends from New York, Paris & Milan

Simple, natural, relaxed or polished and ladylike are the words heard over and over again at the Fall Runway Hair Trends Show in New York, Paris & Milan.

If world-renowned fashion and runway hairdresser, Guido Palau has it right, styling your hair to go with just about any look this fall, will be a breeze . . .

If your hair is long enough to pull back into a ponytail , or even a faux pony with an added extension . . . You’re in luck! The ponytail, in slightly different variations, is what Guido kept returning to most often in this fall’s shows with collections from, Versace, Marc Jacobs, and Calvin Klein to mention just a few.

Check out this video showing the hairdressers creating the ponytails for the runway looks. For the first look session hairdresser, David Cruz, uses Redken’s Fabricate Spray and a flat iron to create a sleek and shiny look to this ponytail hairstyle. He also uses Redken’s Workforce 9 Spray to finish the look and rid the model of any fly aways or frizzies.

When a sleek straight ponytail was what Guido was after, he would use Redken Extreme Shampoo and Extreme Anti-Snap, a leave-in conditioner. Guido styles the second model into a simple low ponytail hairstyle adding an extension and teasing the hair for a more artsy look to compliment the hats and dress. He used Redken’s Fabricate Spray and lets the hair dry naturally to add more texture. Fabricate, is a heat activated, texturizing spray. He meticulously adds a center part (a big look on the runway) and adds a bit of baby powder to take out the shine. All ponytails were tied low on the nape using just a band, or covering the band with a strand of hair and securing it underneath with pins. Products were used to create either a polished shiny finish, or a loose, natural, relaxed look.

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