With strands pulled back loosely from away the face and then woven into a pretty, relaxed braid, this hairstyle has all the romance of a Renaissance painting. That’s no accident: backstage at the Alberta Ferretti spring / summer 2014 show, Redken’s Guido Palau designed it with such a classical look in mind.
Get the complete how to for this romantic look right after the break.
How to: Alberta Ferretti’s Renaissance-inspired braid
There’s always something about braids that make them a particularly lovely hairstyle, not to mention that they are flexible and generally easy to do. This particular take doesn’t go overboard on the historical references, but with just a few little tweaks on the plain braid, turns it into a very classically inspired look.