The Bardot Bouffant Autumn/Winter 2016
Runway hair went retro for the À Moi AW16 New York Fashion Week show, with TRESemmé Ambassador Christopher Naselli creating a trio of iconic 50s, 60s and 70s styles to complement the high necks, flared trousers and crochet knits in this cool, casual collection.
The TRESemmé 1960s Bardot Bouffant is teased high at the crown and then pulled back into a low pony. It exudes effortless glamour while being perfectly practical for the modern woman who’s always on the go. Think sexy 60s volume with a fresh twist!
À Moi models wore edgy under-the-eye black liner and textured ponytails to mix in a modern vibe, but we spied a more polished version of this brilliant bouffant backstage. Our street style inspiration wore her smooth and soft-looking 60s pony with a smoky eye, red lips and black and white Breton style stripes – a classic combo that emulates an iconic, cosmopolitan French look.
Despite looking professionally put together, this sexed-up low pony is a quick and easy style to achieve with just a few tools and the TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume collection. Here’s how: