Romantic opulence is what best describes Dolce and Gabbana’s fall 2013 collection. Fit for royalty, the collection was inspired by the Byzantine era and the many different textures that define it. Naturally it was only a hairstyle fit for a princess that could go hand-in-hand with the collection. And that’s precisely what was devised by Guido Palau of Redken for the catwalk.
Inspired by both the royalty overtones and the Romantic opulence, Guido created a hairstyle that elevated the chignon to a whole new level, giving it an air of romance along with both a dash of elegance and softness. He wanted the look to be something like a woman who was born into luxury and style would wear and the result was a hairstyle fit for the modern-day queen who needs no crown to show the world just how regal she is. There’s no need to hire your own personal stylist to create this look, however, because, as with all the on-trend hairstyles we cover, you can have it in a few, easy steps. Check out our complete how to after the break.
How to: Dolce & Gabbana’s “Italian Princess” chignon.
Who needs a crown and jewels to make them feel like royalty when you can wear a hairstyle like this one that exudes confidence? Feeling like a queen doesn’t require much, it’s all about attitude and this hairstyle has it.
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