From backstage at the Carolina Herrera Fall 2010 fashion show – which was phenomenally full of furs, puffed sleeves and voluminous frocks – hairstylist to the stars Orlando Pita proclaimed he was over the overdone ‘dos that usually accompany most fancy dresses. “I would like to see people move forward,” he said. “In evening dresses, I feel like hair has to be simple.” For the luxe Herrera runway he sent the models out in straight, side-parted hair, which was prepped first with Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream (moroccanoil.com for retail salon locations). Accompanied by eyes rich in layers of hazy purple eyeshadow, the effect was all understated allure.
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