Moroccanoil X Marchesa

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Inspired by the explorer Aimeé Crocker (1864-1941), Marchesa S/S18 is a look inside her travels to Japan. With an affinity for pearls, snakes, eccentric art and Buddhism, Aimee Crocker's wanderlust transported her to a world filled with extravagant parties, alluring romances and lavish collections of fine materials.

Hair Design by Moroccanoil Global Ambassador Antonio Corral Calero

Get the look: Broken Waves
  • Prep hair by applying two pumps of Moroccanoil Treatment from root to ends to set the perfect foundation for styling
  • Create a middle parting using a Moroccanoil Tail Comb
  • Create hair sections, starting with the nape of the neck, to backcomb and tease hair while using Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium for long-lasting, weightless hold
  • Gently brush the hair using Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray throughout to give effortless, textured volume
  • Use barrel of 1 ½ inch curling iron to create broken waves*
  • Use hands to gently tousle the hair beginning at the nape of the neck towards the crown of the head to create a whimsical and airy finish
  • Add flowers sparsely throughout the hair for an ethereal effect  

 

 

Get the look: Deconstructed and Draped French Twist
  • Prep the hair by applying two pumps of Moroccanoil Treatment from root to ends to set the perfect foundation for styling
  • Slick hair back using a Moroccanoil Tail Comb
  • Create hair sections, starting with the nape of the neck, to backcomb and tease the hair while using Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium for long-lasting, weightless hold
  • Gently brush hair using Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray throughout the hair to give effortless, textured volume
  • Use barrel of 1 ½ inch curling iron to create broken waves*
  • Use hands to gently tousle the hair beginning at the nape of the neck towards the crown of the head to create a whimsical and airy finish
  • Part the hair down the middle of the back of the head into two sections
  • Sweep one side of the hair back in the opposite direction and drape the hair using bobby pins to keep it in place
  • Add flowers sparsely throughout the hair for an ethereal effect
*How to get broken waves

For each section of hair, curl the hair midway using a curling iron, then switch directions and curl remaining hair in the opposite direction

Photography: Jason Carter Rinaldi for Moroccanoil

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