Moroccanoil Creative Director Antonio Corral Calero used a Moroccanoil paddle brush to smooth down strands at Cushnie Et Ochs.
$26, available at moroccanoil.com.
Stylists saturated their hair with a mix of Styling Creme and Brilliantine to give hair a piece-y feel. Try the styling crème for a slick backed look, or for more defined curls.
$26, available at bumbleandbumble.com.
The rumors are false. Dry shampoo IS for super curly hair, especially if your curls are in need of a pick-me-up. Stylists applied a few sprays of TRESemmé Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo to absorb any excess oil and refresh strands.
$6, available at ulta.com.
Stylists achieved frizz-free defined curls at the Harlem’s Fashion Row show with Design Essentials COCONUT & MONOI Curl Defining Gelee.
$15, available at sallybeauty.com.
Artistic principles Moises Villa and Lauren Sill applied Shu Uemura’s touch of glass to revitalize dull-looking hair. Inspired by lip gloss, but designed for hair, this gloss has great slip and won’t leave a messy buildup.
$39, available at shuuemuraartofhair-usa.com.
Stylists used this special formula to create a smooth, sleek finish on models with weave to give a shine without the tackiness at Tibi.
$24, available at aveda.com.
Stylists set hair with Wella Professionals EIMI Glam Mist at the Korto Momolu show.
$19, available at ulta.com.