The styling is done by the amazing Ellie Lines, photography by Igor Borisov.
I gave all the kids teddy boy hairstyles, or banana's as our photographer called them ;)
Hope you like them.
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|Will post the recipe for this cheese cake pots soon!|
|Aveda's Be curly line is the best I've tried so far. The products will transform your frizzy twist into luscious curls!! They have a shampoo, conditioner, leave in curl enhancing creme (the best of the line!) a styling prep and a styling product. Definitely worth a try if you have curly hair.|
I have been using the Phomollient styling foam for years now and couldn't live without.
This light weight styling product has organic honey, burdock and marshmallow root in it and works great on fine hair.
The Botanical facial mist is another staple, after cleansing your face this cooling, refreshing mist helps hydrate and balance your skin.
The first Aveda product I started using was the Volumizing mist and the Sap moss shampoo.Unfortunately the Sap moss line isn't in production anymore, boowoo, but the volumzing tonic is still going strong. This spray will help build body and add shine to your do. Other hair musts I have in my makeup bag are the Light elements texturizing creme. This styling product gives you weightless texture for all hair types. Hair feels soft and natural not crunchy, sticky or dry. The Light elements smoothing fluid is also a favourite of mine, it adds shine and movement making your hair look very healthy.
More must haves:
From the male line the Pure-formance grooming creme. So good I use it on my hair as well!
Its a styling creme that gives pliable hold and control while maintaining a natural look.
The Witch hazel hair spray, provides light-hold, reduces static and eliminates fly aways on fine and medium hair. This is the first hairspray that smells yummy!!
The Rosemary and mint body wash, smells good enough to eat. With organic rosemary and peppermint to wake you up in the morning.
Also try the Chakra balancing body mists, an authentic fusion of pure essential oils blended to balance the root chakra according to Ayurveda, the ancient healing art of India. I use the number 1 with essences of olibanum, organic patchouli and vetiver. Chakra 1 is the centre where we ground ourselves and take care of our basic needs. I also use number 6 whitch has organic petitgrain, orange and geranium. Chakra 6 is the centre of intuition, imagination and balance
On my wish list for 2012 are the Caribbean therapy body crub, scrubbing with cane sugar,coconut, avocado and passionfruit oils sounds like heaven to me.
Also the new Invati lines for thicker, fuller hair sounds amazing!
And I can only dream about treatments in the Aveda spa. The Aveda institute in Londons Holborn is amazing, but Aveda spa's can be found all over the world.
My friend M runs an amazing Aveda city spa in Enschede, the Netherlands. If you are in the area definitely drop in, they start all treatments with a feet cleanse and massage, heaven! for link click here
To find a spa or store location world wide click here
Looking for a new look this January? Go to the Aveda institute in Hoborn, London. They have some of the best hairstylists in town.