It feels so good to be back! I know I’ve not been the least good to you all by not posting anything since a while, but that’s because I was moving to a totally new place and getting used to an unfamiliar place and getting comfortable in being yourself is kind of difficult especially when you are all by yourself. Anyway, now that I’m back for good, I hope to be regular and when I say “I hope”, that’s because now I’ll be shuffling between blogging, my new University and also looking for some part time job and well that’s not really going to an easy task, but I love you all way too much to just not blog at all. At least 1 post per week would definitely be there, pinky promise 😀
Coming back to the post, almost a month back, I got a chance to attend a hair show organised by Wella where the famous hair stylist, Patrick Cameron, who’s also known as the God of Long Hair showed us some amazing modern contemporary hairstyles on beautiful long hair. The brand recently brought down Wella Global Ambassador Patrick Cameron to educate 1800 hair stylists across three cities in India through grand shows where he exposed them to the various possibilities of hair styling and his association with Wella. He believes that hair styling is an expression of individuality and thus cannot take a back seat.
He did a very interesting and dramatic hair styling demonstration on 10 different models and made each of them look so easy to do in real life. All his 10 hair styles were inspired by the retro age but with definitely a twist. According to him, retro or vintage hair styles were all about sleek bouffants but the contemporary vintage hair styles are all about texture, a lot of volume and tons of hair spray. The best part was, these hair styles can be easily done within a span of 8-10 minutes , provided you are good with hair sprays and bobby pins. 😛
All the models were in beautiful Indian attires which were appropriate for weddings and cocktails and looked stunning with the added magic of Patrick’s work. The part I loved the most about his demonstrations were the intricate details he gave during each of his hairstyles. He mentioned that, Indians are not very familiar with hair styling products and has a notion that they would spoil their hair. In fact it’s the other way round! These hair styling products are specially designed to make your hair more manageable and easy to style with no damage, provided you wash off all the product later and make sure there are no residues left.
The entire session was so interesting and there was no point where I found it boring or too much to take. His energetic persona and love for hair styling was so visible during this entire session and having heavy and thick hair myself, some of his tips have really been a saviour to me. I have also received some hair styling products which I’m definitely going to use and review in the near future.
What is your take on hair styling products? Do you think it’s a life saviour to us women, or spoils the hair? MAke sure to comment below and tell me what your thoughts are?
Till then stay awesome 😀