Here at Fuzzable, we’re obsessed with knowing what products our favourite celebritys use to get their hair looking perfect. We also adore eco friendly, cruelty free, and innovative products. London Fashion Week is one of the most high profile and exciting events of the calender, and we’re so obsessed with trying to find out what the stunning models are using to create such beautiful hair styles. When we found that the ground breaking Macadamia Natural Oil was hair care product of choice at a LFW show, we knew we had to bring you all the low down.
One of the incredible fashion brands Michelle Obama, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce and Pamela Anderson are fans of Vin & Omi heald their Autum/Winter fashion show last Thursday at the stunning Andaz hotel London, with the likes of Game of Thrones star Laura Pradelska and the beautiful Jane Horrocks modelling it was essential Omi & Vin selected hair care for their models that oozed style, the same ethics of the company, and of course is fit for the finest models.
Hair stylist Jake Gahllager selected Macadamia Natural Oil’s Healing Oil Treatment as the essential hair care product to style the models hair in 90’s style pigtails. Gwen Steffani and Hillary Duff’s signature looks are still iconic! To get these incredible styles Jake “applied a small amount of the Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment to smooth over the scalp before sectioning hair into two. Each piece was secured in to two textured and volumized pony tails before finishing with the Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil Treatment to reduce frizz and flyaways” we’re told.
(The beautiful Laura Pradelska on the Vin & Omi show)
We’re in love with Vin and Omi’s amazing collections, but we’re also so in love with how incredible all the hairstyles of the models. After doing a bit of reasearch, we’ve found the Macadamia Natural Oil Healing Oil on Look Fantastic for just £28.99, get it here. If its good enough for supermodels and celebritys, its good enough for us.
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