Tadashi Shoji’s Artfully Messy Side Twist:
Distressed glamour was the look at the Tadashi Shoji show, with classic silhouettes interpreted with romantic fabrics like chiffon and lace. Redken expert and celebrity stylist Rodney Cutler created a soft, textured, whimsical, understand beauty hairstyle to complement the collection. Flowing, effortlessly chic hair? Yes please!
Here’s how to recreate it:
1. Blow out your hair straight using Redken 10 Guts volume spray foam ($17.10, drugstore.com); then tease sections from the root to achieve volume with Redken Powder Grip 03 mattifying hair powder ($13.75, amazon.com).
2. Next, braid the lower quarter of your hair at the nape of your neck. Wrap the braid into a small, low bun, spray it with Redken Fashion Work 12 versatile working spray ($19.50, drugstore.com), and fasten it. This will act as the foundation for the side twist you’re about to do next.
3. Speaking of side twists, here’s how to do it: Part your hair to either side. Then, gently pull back the hair from the opposite side of the part and twist inward. Secure it to your scalp with French pins.
6. Then, fasten the twist onto the braid, leaving a few stray pieces near the front of the face. Gorgeous!