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Check out the hairstyles from Pantene Expert stylist Barney Martin and Global Pantene ambassador Sam McKnight for London Fashion Week working with.

Clements Ribeiro show

The Clements Ribeiro was a viewing rather than a formal runway show – this seems to be happening a lot in London this year!

Here are the steps to get the look:

1. Blow-dry the hair smooth

2. Section hair evenly from ear to ear across the crown

3. Plait hair through the nape of the next to the opposite side of the head

4. Then plait the top section in the opposite direction

5. Finally, twist the plaits together to join them at the back and secure with pins

Product recommendation: Hairspray – Pantene Pro-V style Always Smooth Hairspray

Nicole Farhi show

The brief for the hair at Nicole Farhi was a loose undone, low ponytail. Natural textures and natural volume, that are subtly tweaked were the hair must have for this show.

Here are the steps to get the look:

1. Blow-dry the hair smooth, using no product

2. Scrape hair back at the nape of the neck loosely

3. Tie the very low pony with leather strips that are knotted together

4. Just before the show, hair was loosened up with finger tips that contained a small amount of Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Leave-In Hair Moisturiser for added shine

Product recommendation: Hair Serum – Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Renewal Leave-In Hair Moisturiser

Jarger

Barney Martin, Pantene Expert Hairstylist said, “Jaeger was a traditional runway show at the strand, the official site. These are the type of shows I really love working on. The hair was worn tucked into jacket collars or under hats which were the main feature.”

Here are 3 quick steps to get the look:

1. A small amount of mousse was applied to the hair to create natural-looking volume

2. Hair was then carefully blow-dried smooth

3. A jacket or hat was worn by each of the models and the hair organically loosened as the show wore on

Product recommendation: Hairspray – Pantene Pro-V Body Builder Mousse

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