The look coming down the Anna Sui Fall 2013 runway took a playful spin on the '60s! Hairstylist Garren, who works with Anna every season, took inspiration from a Catherine Deneuve photo and updated her signature bouffant into a pageboy style, wrapping hair around a ponytail and tucking it under for the pouf effect. For the girls with short hair, like Karlie Kloss and Jessica Stam, watch the video to find out his personalized hair plan of attack. Makeup artist Pat McGrath created the adorable — and wearable — '60s look, sticking with a strong cat eye and dots under the bottom lashes for a mod twist. Much like the choreographed dance that started the runway show, the look was the perfect mix of playful and coy. We can't wait to try the look ourselves.
Picture this: You've got ten minutes before your guests arrive for your dinner party and you absolulely reek of saffron. Aah! There's no time to shower, but that doesn't mean you can't freshen up and get the cooking stench out of your hair. Garren New York, the mane man with more than 1,000 magazine covers to his credit, owner of Garren New York Salon and the current “Ask the Expert” columnist for Allure, has launched four hair fragrances.
These scents for your strands are a result of Garren being asked my many of his high-profile clientele for a product to refresh the smell of their hair in between blowouts. Not only do they liven up your locks, they also protect hair from UV rays while adding shine.
The hair fragrances, along with the ten other creative products in the Garren New York hair collection, are extremely delicate and contain essential vitamins, proteins and natural plant extracts to help cleanse, condition and style the hair.
They cost $35 each and are available in four scents: Golden Woods, Citrus Shimmer, Sheer Fig and Cattleya Orchid. To learn more about each of the hair fragrances, read more