You've had your say on the Best New Cleanser but now it's time to shine the spotlight on your strands and vote for the Best Shampoo & Conditioner released in the last year. Choose between: L'Oréal Paris Hair Expertise EverSleek Intense Smoothing Shampoo & Conditioner, a sulphate-free smoothing system for damaged and frizzy hair, Pantene Pro-V Aqua Light Shampoo & Conditioner, which are super lightweight and leave no trace of residue on the hair, TONI&GUY Shampoo & Conditioner for Fine Hair — help to add body to fine, texture-less tresses, Wella Pro Series Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner, which use guar to seal in moisture and act as a barrier against humidity, Keratinology by Sunsilk Advanced Reconstruction Program Detoxifying Shampoo & Conditioner, these help to restore moisture loss caused by bleaching, colouring and heat styling, making that "salon feel" last longer and Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo & Conditioner for Fine/Normal Hair, which utilise diamond dust and orchid extract to protect against colour fade. All great releases, but which will you choose?
At Michael Lo Sordo's S/S 11/12 show this afternoon, we grabbed five minutes with mane man Michael Brennan, who lead the Wella Pro Series team in creating the dual-textured hair look that was inspired by the designer's play on light and dark and movement vs structure. He prepped models' hair with Shine Shampoo and Conditioner and then used a Strong Hold Mousse and hairspray on the roots to the occiptal bone (the pointy bone at the back of the head) to create a solid, hard shape at the top of the head. Ends were left flowy and soft, emulating the silhouette of Michael Lo Sordo's feminine, floaty clothes. It was teamed was a '70s pastel makeup palette that again was very feminine and in line with Michael's collection.
- Makeup: Steven Chau for shu uemura
- Look: 1970s powdery pastels
- Key colours: Baby blues, pinks and aqua
- Hair: Michael Brennan for Wella Pro Series
- Nails: Essie Lilacism, Mint Candy Apple and A-dor-able