Paris’s couture season saw Racoon International brand ambassador, Cinta Miller, invited to work her magic as hair team lead for French-based couture designer, Liu Chao in the impressive American Cathedral, with fashion bloggers and journos from all over the world in the front rows.
Liu Chao’s inspiration was the texture and colour of armoury favoured by Mongolian nomadic tribes, artfully united by warrior Genghis Khan. Celebrity stylist and extensionist extraordinaire Cinta chose to use Racoon’s Luxe Wefts to create eye-catching looks to complement the catwalk fashion.
“I needed hair to look raw, a bit wild with loose edges and plenty of texture,” said seasoned backstage stalwart Cinta. “Using BaByliss ‘crumpets’ in the hair formed a great base shape and we added length and volume by attaching Racoon’s Luxe Wefts between sections of models’ own hair. We texturised some pieces to individualise each look but with an over-arching vibe of rope braids and textured panels running throughout. They looked awesome!”