For a collection that has both men's and women's wear, and some pieces that can be worn by either, Moodie wanted to create a natural, wearable look that blurred the line between the two genders.
Try this trend: While Moodie admits that it sometimes takes six months for trends to translate from the runway to the street, this is a look that is ready for the masses with just a little dilution. Start by applying Bb. Prep and Styling Lotion, and then power drying your hair with a flat brush to get an even, smooth texture. Use a flat iron after blow drying to minimize volume. Then create a deep, precise side part and pull your hair into a tight, low ponytail. Once the pony is secured, apply Bb. Straight to the head to create a glassy, flawless shine.
Best hair products for the job: Bb. Prep ($18), Styling Lotion ($24), Bb. Straight ($26)
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