Long sleek hair style

The hair styles for spring summer 2016 are either crazy or very simple. For the Angelo Marani SS 2016 top hair stylist Neil Moodie created a long sleek hair look with nineties references. ‘Not grungy, but more like the step after grunge‘, explained Moodie. Watch the video interview or read more below. And copy the look!

Video interview with Neil Moodie, hair stylist at D+V Management using Windle & Moodie

‘For the hair look for the Angelo Marani show of today we have gone back to the nineties. So you will see lots of nineties references and hair that is kind of virginal, beautiful but not grungy, more like the step after grunge.’

‘So what we are doing is blow drying all the hair, using Windle & Moodie Foundation Spray and adding Windle & Moodie Thickening Cream to the hair as well so the hair becomes quite sort of lush, sort of gorgeous. We are just making all the hair straight and then we are adding hair extensions so that the hair becomes a blunt hair cut, it becomes all one. Almost like that virginal hair that people have before they start cutting their hair off, and playing and doing colors, things like that. And then we are just literally parting the hair on the side and tucking the hair behind the ear. So it is a very simple look, very sort of nineties, a bit early Helmut Lang actually.’

Is this a trend for summer 2016?

‘I think it will be one of them. It seems that the trends are really crazy and bonkers or very very simple, beautiful and classic.’

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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto

Eugene Souleiman and the hair looks at Antonio Marras SS2016

Eugene Souleiman is not just a hair stylist, he is an artist. And a very elegant, polite, sweet person. Every season we meet him and interview him at the Antonio Marras shows, and so we did also for the Spring Summer 2016 collection. A great hair look, and Eugene’s tips and advice to copy this look. Good luck 🙂

This is what Eugene Souleiman told us:

‘I love doing Antonio’s shows and I understand his artisanal ability so I tried to do something more artisanal with the hair too. Something artisanal, something more playful, something very delicate, ornate and precious, but not precious in a uptight serious way, but precious in a very delicate loving gentile way.’

‘The inspiration for me came from Patricia, Antonio’s wife, because she always has interesting beautiful hairstyles. I tried to combine her look with a lot of Renaissance paintings and sculptors from Italy.’

‘So we have very beautiful ornate braids that look very cute and quirky. Very simple. There are no products in the braids, so the hair feels very light. It is soft and light and beautiful. My two daughters love hair like this. It is very playful and light, but at the same time very gorgeous.’

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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman

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