Waves-to-Go look

Modern, fresh and effortless, this style is a hit and not only during the summer.

Discover how to recreate this look in 5 easy steps


Take an apple size quantity of Mousse Bouffante. Apply on wet, towel-dried hair section by section and distribute from the roots throughout the lengths. Massage into the hair along each section. Don’t hesitate to add generously for abundant wavy look.


Proceed to blow-dry, drying the hair not completely but up to 80%.


Apply Spray-a-Porter to create the texture. Spray it all over the damp hair keeping the distance 10-15 cm. Massage the product into the hair shaping the waves with hands.


For a natural beach look shape the waves with your fingers. Start with the sections around the face moving backwards.

Take a random section of 2-4 cm and roll it around the finger. Then add the heat of the blow-drier to fix the wave and dry completely the hair.

For a more glamorous look you can add the curling iron. Take randomly a section of 2-4 cm and roll it around the iron. Keep the iron 10-12 cm away from the roots. Leave the tip of the hair free. Release the section slowly following its move with fingers.


Apply Gloss Appeal on a dried and styled hair by spraying it all over. Keep the distance of 20cm while applying. Separate the hair with fingers for a more tussled look.



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.”