With the madness of fashion week over, it’s time to take a closer look at what actually happed over the month of over indulgence, extravagance and schmoozing.
As with every season, Mulberry never fails to deliver. This year layering is key, with the use of lightweight fabric on pretty pastels and khaki tones. Mulberry has also opted for graphic prints teamed with high waisted skirts.
|Mulberry S/S 2012|
Martyn Holmes, Fudge ambassador, talks us through the hair trends emerging at this years show.
“Undone, natural, beachy hair was given a makeover at Mulberry this season. Teaming tousled tresses with ‘Bridget Bardot’ volume and soft, ice cream tones, this trend has finally received its long awaited re-vamp to take it into a new era.”
To create this look, start by washing hair with volumising shampoo and conditioner before applying, opt for Philip Kingsley Body Building duo, Martyn adds, ‘apply Fudge’s Body Builder Booster through damp locks, to help thicken hair and add body. Next blow-dry using a medium radial brush, focusing more on the roots to really create volume. The mid-lengths can be rough-dried to create a messy finish. Once dry, create a horizontal parting from the top of your crown and heavily back-comb to create height, before smoothing the hair over and clipping into place. Finish with a spritz of Salt Spray through the ends for a sexy, effortless texture.”
|Fudge Body Builder Booster|
|Fudge Salt Spray|
So now that we have the hair sorted, next we must consider the nails. This year the nail tone complemented the fabric shades and Nichola Joss opted for Mavala’s Rose Dust to create the pretty and demure look this season.
|Mavala Rose Dust|