By  on February 15, 2011

“Forget writing a thesis on the center part — this is about glamour!” said Peter Gray, working for Moroccanoil at the Badgley Mischka show. “This isn’t the Vanity Fair party — it’s the Vanity Fair after party.” Gray cited Catherine Deneuve in “The Hunger” as his muse for the multifaceted updo he created at the show — a mix of an asymmetric roll on the left and a rope twist on the right side of the head, tucked into an undone chignon at the back of the head and topped with a strand of rhinestones glued along the part. “I don’t intend for people to try the whole kitchen sink at home, but I do mean for them to try parts of it,” said Gray. “Hopefully, this will inspire someone to try a chignon, or a twist, or putting rhinestones in their hair.”

 

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