5 ICONIC FACES, 5 ICONIC BEAUTY LOOKS

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Their canvases were not restricted to what made their livelihood back in the 90’s, but also what made them acquire notoriety. These five supermodels were on constant display on TV screens, billboards, ad campaigns and magazine covers alike, and with their own set of diverse looks and individual personalities, they were the it-models that made it big. These women not only reigned the fashion scene with their own unique appearances, but they were also the ones who brought the word “supermodel” to life.

Linda Evangelista

Linda Evangelista. -not sure if I could play off, but love the hair

In the 90’s, Evangelista was the ultimate beauty chameleon when it came to hair. The bob cut that literally paved the way for a successful modelling career remained her signature hair style. Only thing updated was the length and colour of it, ranging from black and platinum blonde to caramel brown and bright red.

For that boyishly sexy and ruffled texture, apply Bumble and bumble Texture Hair Undressing Creme and comb it through the hair before drying. That tousled, undone effect can be styled and maintained for days with Rahua Voluminous Dry Shampoo. If a sleek bob is more appealing, try Shea Hair Cream from Hamadi Organics. This nourishing styling product has been Linda’s go-to hair styling essential for over a decade.

Claudia Schiffer

Claudia Schiffer 90s grunge, brown matte lipstick. This is maybe a way to do it now in 2014

A pretty smile, sky blue eyes and shiny blonde waves made this German beauty quickly gain supermodel status. Schiffer has always been a natural beauty, keeping makeup to the minimum besides from her signature kohl-rimmed eyes combined with perfect brows and natural lips.

Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell with Coke can hair rollers, 1991.

Naomi’s exotic looks have grazed hundreds of covers, with highlights in her career being the first ever black model to appear on the covers of British and French Vogue. Her hip-grazing, raven black mane that could fool anyone into thinking it’s made from the smoothest of satins, is the look that gained her iconic status.

Achieve those high-maintenance, straight lengths by using ghd Classic 1 Inch Styler followed by Ouai Hair Oil to beat the frizz out of the hair, leaving it with a super glossy finish. Additionally, Jen Atkin advises to double up on hydration by using the oil as a nourishing overnight mask. Simply work it in before bed time and rinse in the morning.

Cindy Crawford

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The American super model’s birthmark above her upper lip might be her signature beauty mark, but her voluminous waves, flawless skin and mesmerizing eye look are a lot easier to recreate.

In order to get Crawford’s full-on glamorous locks, it’s best to drop by a blowout bar. To make it last for up to three days, the super model uses Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, which builds an incredible volume and sultry texture.

Her Makeup Must-Haves

Christy Turlington

Christy Turlington by Steven Meisel.

No one embraces the minimalistic approach to makeup quite as Turlington. She is a firm believer of the ‘less is more’ statement, taking good care of her skin and sticking to a simple makeup look consisting of a solid concealer, full-effect mascara and nude lipstick; a fail-proof combo that is.

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OILY HAIR BOOT CAMP

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Most digital and print publications have covered the topic of the following sentences: “The miracle treatments for dry hair”, “The best deeply moisturizing hair masks, or “5 tips to smoothen frizzy locks…” The point is, there seems to be endless of ways to combat brittle hair, but not that many fool proof hacks for people with oily hair scalp.

Suffering from a dirty hair complexion has probably made people devoted to daily hair washing to keep the greasy roots clean; an action that’s destined for failure in the long run. What happens is that over-washing deprives the hair of its natural oils and sets the scalp in a state to over-produce sebum, leaving hair to look and feel greasier once again the day after washing it.

There is actually one definite solution to restore the pH balance in the hair scalp. A type of “workout” routine for hair to regain its fresh look and feel. Here is how to set the hair into training and ban the grime once and for all:

Day 1

First day of oily hair boot camp starts with a thorough deep cleanse. According to several hair professionals, a clarifying shampoo has the best formula that’s strong enough to rinse dirt, oil and chemical build-up, and gentle enough to avoid stripping the hair of its natural oils.

Moroccanoil Clarifying Shampoo

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Moroccanoil Clarifying Shampoo is a deep cleansing formula that restores hair to a weightless, healthy balance while conjuring away the signs of impurities, dullness and environmental build-up. Gently massage this sulphate-free argan, avocado and jojoba infused mix into the scalp, all while letting the water run through the hair. As soon as the water turns clear, you’re good to go.

Keep in mind that this substance is effective, yet harsh. So don’t use it more than once a week.

Find it here: Clarifying Shampoo

Day 2

Refrain from a daily washing regime. It’s challenging, especially if you have somewhere to be; in a meeting, at dinner with a friend or doing anything that involves social activities. Just hang in there and fight the urge to run a quick rinse through the hair. Additionally, investing in a solid dry shampoo is helpful on the quest to fresh and clear hair.

OUAI Dry Shampoo

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Fast-absorbing, neutralizing and volume-building are just the few of the qualities packed in this can. Simply shake and blast the roots with OUAI Dry Shampoo, flip the hair over and ruffle it using the fingertips for that Va-Va-Voom effect.

Find it here: Dry Shampoo

Day 3

Almost there, just hang on for one more day without a rinse. This day will be the toughest one since you’ll most definitely either want to drown the hair in dry shampoo or poke it around with the fingertips, hoping to find a side that’s clean enough to show. DON’T! Since finger-to-hair contact will only make it worse by adding more oil, which is what no one wants nor needs at this point. To make things better, opt for a hair-do that suits the vexatious hair.

Reclaimed Vintage Inspired Heart Hair Pin

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A cute hair pin is exactly what is needed to adjust and style a “messy hair, don’t care” look. A greasy complexion will just add an edgy texture to this chic hair do. Gather all of the hair and pull it all the way back to fight the urge of touching it as soon as it gets in the face. Then, pin the hair with a delicate vintage inspired heart pin by placing a messy bun at the top of the head, or styling it in a low chignon.

Find it here: Hair Pin

Day 4

The final step of hair-training! It wasn’t so bad, was it? Now it’s finally time for a well-deserved wash. But, before getting the hopes up; this final step includes rinsing hair with raw apple cider vinegar.

Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar

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It’s known that apple cider vinegar is the go-to ingredient when it comes to body and skin care. The substance is rich in potassium and enzymes that keeps skin youthful, supports the immune system, removes toxins, and promotes digestion and pH balance. So, it’s pretty obvious that it should benefit the hair on our heads as well.

Work a small amount of Bragg apple cider vinegar into damp hair, gently massage the roots, and rinse it out thoroughly. The raw liquid will help restore the hair’s pH balance and remove build-up without depriving the hair of its natural oils and nutrients.

Here’s to surviving the first week of oily hair boot camp! Now repeat the routine and observe as the hair gets fresher, cleaner and more healthy-looking week by week.

Find it here: Apple Cider Vinegar

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