By  on September 11, 2013

Eiji Yamane for Rene Furterer created a low, structural chignon, inspired by ballet. “I wanted to make the ballet a little bit young and modern,” said Yamane. “I wanted to make a [youthful] wave using and old fashioned way, with a curling iron.”


Yamane began by creating a center part, then misting the models’ heads and giving each a classic blow out, infused with Vegetal Sculpting Gel for smoothness. Next, he gathered hair into a low ponytail behind the ears, spritzing it into place with Vegetal Finishing Spray to control flyaways. He created some volume with a rattail comb by lifting hair that had been pulled into the pony. To create the dramatic finger waves, Yamane blended hair, which he sprayed with a curling iron, using a “crimping technique.”

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