Presenting Bumble and bumble Cityswept Finish.
WHAT: This supple hold finishing spray creates lived-in, “street-styled” looks with separation and sheen.
WHY: A modern misting balm dispenses in a lightweight veil to define and control.
WHO: Fine types will love the easy, broken-in look without a heavy feel; curly and coarse types will love the control, separation and anti-fluff factor.
WHEN: On dry, styled hair.
HOW: Shake well. Spray through dry, styled hair. Lift longer hair and allow it to fall through mist. Detail with fingers.
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Dazed cover the Pringle of Scotland AW14 LFW catwalk show. Radio Stylist Natalie Shafii worked on the show forBumble and bumble. lead by Shon
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Photography by Alastair Strong
Styling: Carianne Moore
Model: Alona Remez @ Models1
Hair: Mike Harding @ RadiohairandMakeup using Bumble & Bumble
Makeup: Joanna Bannach
Not so perfect, lived in texture really can come easily with this styling moisturiser, which gives natural separation, subtle hold, and a soft, smooth low-glow satin finish.
Who: Anyone; good for thick, coarse, and afro textures or dry hair; good for men, minimalists or one-minute styling.
When: Anytime; after Prep or Tonic Lotion, on its own or with other products to add texture and shine.
How: Start with a very small amount and build up as needed; squeeze onto palm, work through damp hair with fingers to tousle, slick with a comb.
Photographer: Jamie Kendrick www.jamiekendrick.com
Styling: Sam Thompson
Models: Jenny Bishop and Roo Holbrook @ FMLondon
MakeUp: Akemi Kishida using MAC
Hair: Mike Harding @ RadioHairandMakeup using Bumble & Bumble
Hair Assistant: Natalie Shafii @RadioHairandMakeup using Bumble & Bumble
Special Thanks to Benedict Radcliffe @ Nike Project BA London and Dean Bennett @ Coffin on Cake PR
Introducing Editorial Art Director Paul Merritt.
After becoming one of the faces of hairdressing in the late nineties, his appearance as Salon Manager in the 2000 Channel 4 series The Salon, helped bring hairdressing to the masses. Paul has since worked as a global ambassador for companies such as Wella, Babyliss and GHD, as well as working with renowned photographers and emerging fashion designers. His work has appeared in publications such as Vogue Russia, British GQ, Harpers Bazaar, Commons and Sense, Ponystep & InStyle. Celebrities include; Claudia Schiffer, Rosamund Pike, Alexa Chung, Emma Thompson, Alice Dellal, Jennifer Lawrence and Bryan Ferry. Paul currently divides his time between London and New York.
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