Look n°1: The Parisian hairdresser’s style
“To densify the material and add volume, I prepare the hairstyle by spraying
Condition Naturelle on towel-dried hair.
I then dry the hair with my fingers, upside down, before brushing it with a flat brush.
This gesture helps to smooth the fiber and close the scales, which prevents the hair
from swelling and gives it maximum shine.
To achieve this ample and natural movement on the lengths, I form four or five large curls
per strand around my fingers on still warm hair, then I attach each curl to the clips before
letting it cool down.
To finish, I spread one to three drops of Baume Bois de Rose on the lengths, rubbing them
upside down for a tousled effect.
I alternate with the Sérum de Soie Sublimateur, applied to a few strands to smooth them.
The balm’s matte effect and the serum’s shiny effect, the contrasts in their textures
accentuate the relief and ‘break’ the overly wise side. »
Look n°2: The graphic Long Bob
“For a beautiful smooth, mirror-like shine, I start by spraying a little Lait Luminescence
to the fingers in the hair.
I then add a veil of Voluforme at the roots, upside down, then proceed to blow dry with
a large round brush.
A touch of Eclat Naturel then to smooth the small rebellious strands on the lengths and avoid
any risk of frizz during the evening, while protecting the hair from the heat.
For a perfectly smooth finish without flattening the hairstyle, I finish by using the straightening
iron only on the top strands. »
With these two tutorials, a few accessories and your favorite products, the festive season is
sure to be marked by elegance and glamour… And for those who plan to spend the holidays
in Paris, the Leonor Greyl Institut warmly welcomes you to the heart of the Madeleine to offer
you the luxury of a tailor-made hairstyle or treatment.