At pringle, it’s business up front, party in the back
In his quest to keep hair pulled back from the face while retaining a sense of movement, Redken creative consultant Guido Palau seemed to be channeling the multitasking eighties mullet backstage at Pringle of Scotland yesterday. His “anti-updo” manifest itself as a dual-textured look with a shiny, sleek crown (courtesy of Redken’s Hardwear 16 Super Strong Gel) and a rough-dried, loosely curled, free-flowing back section, so that the Pringle girl was at once a slicked-back stockbroker and a long-locked socialite. The man’s skill apparently knows no bounds.
Photo: Marcio Madeira