RED CARPET LOOK BY LUIGI MURENU
The look, inspired by the eternal divas of Hollywood is revived and as present among the fashion icons as never.
Discover how to recreate this look in 6 easy steps
Take a chestnut size quantity of the styling gel Forme Fatal. Apply it on wet, toweldried hair section by section distributing from the roots throughout the lengths. Massage into the hair along each section. Comb the hair directing it into the right way to prepare the style.
Take 1 to 2 pumps quantity of Lift Vertige, mix and warm it up in hands. Apply on the roots and lift the hair up with fingers giving it the direction. Fix well the lift with hands before starting the blow-dry.
Start by blow-drying the back sections of the hair. Direct hot air of the blow-drier at the front zone while lifting the hair with fingers.
Take one drop of Touche Finale and warm it up in hands. Apply on dried hair to control the freeze and facilitate the detangling. Detail through the middle lengths and ends avoiding the roots. Detangle the hair with a large comb.
Use 1 inch curling iron to shape the hair. Start by 2-4 cm sections at the back. Keep the iron 5-7 cm away from the roots. Roll the hair around the iron leaving the tip of the hair free. Release the section of the hair slowly. Brush the hair to give it more softness.
LUIGI MURENU, AN INSPIRING GUIDE
Luigi Murenu is the uncontested master of customized hairstyles that display sophisticated dynamism and a unique look executed with precision. Styling is seen as an extension of the woman herself rather than just an accessory.
Luigi : “As an artist, my work is about pushing boundaries, trying or testing everything.
But even when it’s very elaborately styled, structured and sprayed, like it is on the runway, hair has to express movement. No matter how excentric it might be, a hairstyle should never look like a wig! A woman’s hairstyle expresses her personality and that’s what I like to highlight. It’s a living, breathing extension of who she is, just like her skin! I always keep that idea in mind while I work.
I travel a great deal and I also go out a lot. Art exhibits, books, films, plays—everything inspires me! I feel like I’m a sponge that absorbs every vibrant thing around me. The street, with all those men and women with such singular personalities, is also an endless source of ideas. You just have to know how to look at it all.”