Long, leisurely salon trips are not an option for this jet-setting bunch. They squeeze their trims in during fashion shoots when obliging hair stylists will perform what is known in the industry as a ‘quick dry trim.’ Despite the obvious time-saving benefits of skipping the pre-washing and post blow-drying process, a dry trim creates a softer, looser cut that makes the most of your hair’s natural movement. Even with the best will (and skill) in the word, a wet trim can easily take that all important extra half an inch off. It might not sound much, but it can be the difference between having a get-up-and-go cut, or requiring laborious daily styling to make it sit well. Especially important for curly hair.
How to have French fashion editor hair
Paris fashion week brings out the finest of the French style set and when we’re not coveting their wardrobes, we’re obsessing over their hair. Effortlessly chic and always in excellent condition, French fashion editor hair seems to transcend all seasonal hair trends. They know what works, and they stick to it. But what exactly is it, and how do they get it? Here, we reveal the six things the likes of Emmanuelle Alt, Jennifer Neyt and Camille Charriere do to their hair, that you don’t…
By Liz Hambleton