Lead stylist Odile Gilbert was inspired by teenagers in the '70s, as seen in the handcrafted barrettes clipped in each model's hair. To get the look, she applied Aveda Brilliant Damage Control before blow-drying hair straight with a boar-bristle brush. Using fingers, she created a part on the left side of the head. To create texture, she worked Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair through hair, then tousled it with Aveda Volumizing Tonic. Finally, the barrette made a finishing touch.
Backstage access at Rodarte has always been tight, but this season, the Mulleavy sisters barred beauty press from previewing hair and makeup looks. Word is that it may have something to do with the controversy around their now-canceled MAC makeup collection, but we scored the details on re-creating the show's hairstyle from the stylists at Aveda.
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