A few hours before showtime, I sat backstage at the Tuleh show, watching Yannick, the hair stylist for Redken, create a beautiful hair look. He sectioned the model’s hair and combed lots of Redken #5 Workforce volumizing and texturizing mousse through it. He blew this model’s hair pin straight and shiny, and it was a long process to get her verylong hair just right. Patiently he straightened each section. When her hair was finally perfect, he added Redken #01 Glass Smoothing Serum (one of my favorite products to tame frizz and add non-greasy shine). Then he wound sections of hair on a large barrel curling iron for a few seconds, pulling the curl gently off the iron intact and making a pincurl of it to “set”. Then he wrapped all the pincurls together in a high bun to keep hair bouncy but not too controlled. Hair was parted in the middle and smoothed on top so that it was sleek without any volume on the sides, but the ends looked full and bouncy. Yannick told me that the look he was going for was cool, sexy, and a bit wavy/straight, but not curly and not with a lot of volume. “It is most important to have clean hair for this look,” he kept saying. Hair must be healthy and look good to have movement.