New York Fashion Week SS19

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Autumn marks the start of fashion week with jaw-dropping outfits, make-up and hair looks making headlines in everywhere. This week, we’re breaking down the hair looks that Eugene Souleiman created for Dion Lee and Jeremy Scott (above) at New York Fashion Week. 

Dion Lee SS19
The finished looks for Dion Lee’s show complemented the pastel-coloured collection with scraped back hair and microbraids for a new take on minimalism and texture. Eugene used Wella’s EIMI styling range choosing Cocktail Me and Oil Spritz to prep before finishing looks with the ghd Platinum+ styler. Eugene’s ability to think visually helped design the looks, buy says there are no key steps and he worked freely without being too technical. Like it! 

Jeremy Scott SS19
Making headlines for the bold, metallic lip on show and political undertones, Jeremy Scott’s show is always a memorable event. This season, Eugene created a sleek and sophisticated look using the Platinum+ styler to create hidden volume and a ‘glass like shine’. He says: “True craftmanship should be invisible, I want the hair to honour the collection, it’s a new glamour… one that harks back to the 90s but is very current.”

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