LEE NASH-JONES ON THIS SEASON'S MOST CONFIDENT LOOKS
The party season will soon be upon us. Maybe you’ve ordered your Clements and Church evening suit, but you’re wondering how to properly set off your look? One of the easiest ways to seriously add some style is to switch up how you dress your hair, and with so many diverse looks hitting the runway and high street right now, it’s never been easier.
You always consider the most appropriate outfit to wear for an event and the same rules go for grooming. Always research the type of event you’re attending before deciding what to do with your hair as it’s imperative to dress your hair to fit the occasion. Attending a tasteful evening of drinks? A high shine or wet look wouldn’t look out of place. Planning a crazy New Year’s Eve? Then get the un-done texture working.
The hair created for this season’s Clements and Church campaign was all about working with a sleek wet finish. It’s a look that shows confidence and sophistication, and best of all, it’s super quick and simple to create. We achieved it by working Davines Medium Hold Modeling Gel into towel dried hair. Then, we combed back the hair into the desired sleek, high shine finish. For those who have longer or wavy hair, then try working in this product using your fingers as a comb. It’s a technique that creates more of an undone-yet-done feel.
But no matter how you decide to complete your look this party season, remember that confidence is key, so select a hairstyle that not only makes you look good, but feel good too.
Davines Medium Hold Modeling Gel, £15.30
Lee Nash-Jones is creative director at NashWhite Leamington Spa and Birminghamhttp://nashwhite.co.uk/
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