Proof That Two Braids Are Better Than One, Care of Rihanna, Katy Perry, Lily …

April 29, 2015 - fall Denim


Face wealth aside, if there was anything we schooled backstage during Givenchy’s Fall ’15 show, it’s that dual (or three) braids are improved than one. “The character didn’t need to be a same for any look,” pronounced Luigi Murenu, a locks master behind a “chola Victorian” plaits. “Different styles looked quite good with opposite garments or on a opposite girl, yet they all common a dark, pleasing effect. We wanted to honour a looks of a girls, since some girls looked improved [with braids] on a side, since others looked improved centered. We treated them individually.” To grasp those despotic center tools and lick curls intoxicated to catwalkers’ foreheads, Murenu raked Kérastase Gel Capital Force from roots to ends and finished with Kérastase Elixir Ultime oil for critical shine. For those who cite a some-more healthy effect, take your cues from Katy Perry and Rihanna—both were speckled sporting dual braids in places like Palm Springs and Japan. Models like Lily Donaldson, Drake Burnette, Meghan Collison, and Shannon and Shannade Clermont also done a box for doubling up, pairing their plaited pigtails with all from dressed-down denim to Moschino Barbie lady stand tops to a Mary Katrantzou dusk gown. When it comes to braids, apparently it takes (at least) two.

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