This season, the Marchesa collection drew inspiration from Imperial China, known for its appreciation for grandiose and awe-inducing style. To juxtapose the sensual feel of Marchesa’s aesthetic, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador Antonio Corral Calero created a look that exudes romanticism and naivety—a loose, knotted chignon adorned with a velvet bow.
The Everyday Marchesa Look
Prep hair by applying two pumps of Moroccanoil Treatment from midlengths to ends.
Apply one pump of Moroccanoil Smoothing Lotion throughout the hair to add hydration and control.
Mist Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray to provide foundational grip and texturized hold with a dry, gritty finish.
Using your finger, create an imperfect left side part, allowing little baby hairs to sweep across the forehead without being too symmetrical. Sweep back hair from above the ears up to your crown, leaving the remaining bottom half of your hair down.
Split the top left and right side of your half and create a knot using both pieces. Split the remaining bottom half of the hair at the nape into two sections and interlock each side by creating a knot with the existing knot at the crown.
Next, sweep any loose hair around the bun, allowing random pieces to drop naturally over the knotted chignon, sporadically pinning a few pieces in place.
To finish, retouch the left side part using the tips of your fingers with Moroccanoil Smoothing Lotion to add definition. Mist with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong for a smooth and luminous finish.
Antonio Corral Calero
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