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We caught up with the Style Guru, Erin Anderson to talk about what's hot in hair and how to get that runway look--all by ...
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There are definitely alternatives that people are seeking out; whether it's going to the salon and getting a blow dry, and letting that work for them all weeks and they are not having to style their hair, or they are getting tips from their stylists on how to do things at home, and then going out, and getting products that are relatable.
What's so great about the Tresemme line is that it's available almost everywhere. Most products are under $5, and it's very easy to kind of break down the styles that you are seeing in the magazines, use the products, and achieve a similar look.
I think what influences hair trends are collection between music, fashion, community, personal interests. Hair and beautywise what I have been seeing in the last couple of days is loose waves, very much undone. I haven't seen anything that's very, very structured.
You kind of have the one end of the spectrum which is loose and more natural, and then you have the other which is more sleek, controlled things like that but for shows, you always want to take in consideration that it is a show, and it's what's going to be best to showcase the clothes on 17 different models. So it's great to look at these at the shows for inspiration, but not try to follow the exact way that it's done, just to get inspired by it.