Steal some Bombshell Sexy hair tonight from Versace Fall 2014

Don’t you love some bombshell sexy hair as a little bit of teased height is looking so right again. Let the recent Versace Fall 2014 runway lead you on the way to easy, super-glam sexy bombshell hair with professional style tips from the man who created the look himself…

Sure the clothes won’t hit stores until next August, but who’s to say you can’t rock Donatella’s infamous 60’s inspired Bond-Girl ‘do today? And with super stylist Guido’s styling tips straight off the runway, could copping it yourself be any easier?


Go ahead, have fun with it as we bet the results may surprise you and others around you!

Versace Fall 2014
Versace Fall 2014

Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a 60’s inspired hairstyle that felt in line with Versace’s own personal style. Unlike the natural styles that have dominated the runway this season, the hair at Versace was anything but easy, or natural. Once the hair was blown out straight, Guido team swept flat irons back and forth until the hair was stick straight. In order to protect the integrity of the hair, Guido used pillow proof blowdry express primer and iron shape 11 finishing thermal spray.

“The hair for Versace is a high maintenance style with a 60’s kind of vibe. I started to backcomb the hair not so far back in order to add root volume at the crown. This technique softens the stick straight hairstyle and makes it much more flattering for women to wear. In order to get all the models prepped and ready in time for the show, I used pillow proof blowdry express primer on damp hair, which really cuts the drying time in half.”

 -Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

Versace Fall 2014
Versace Fall 2014

 How to Create the Look:

  • Apply pillow proof blowdry express primer on damp hair
  • Spray guts 10 root-targeted volume spray foam on crown
  • Blowdry hair with natural bristle brush
  • Spray iron shape 11 finishing thermal spray on dry hair
  • Use a flat iron from root to ends to get stick straight hair
  • Backcomb the hair to create root volume

Photos: Redken and Versace

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