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Harry Josh, Gisele Bundchen's long-time hairstylist, discusses the lazy girl's fall hair styling tips amidst the pandemic and breaks down essential products to achieve an effortless look.
Upload Date: Oct 06, 2020
Harry Josh, Gisele Bundchen's long-time hairstylist, expects to see lots of low-effort hairstyles during the fall and breaks down hair styling tips and products to still achieve a polished look for those days when you feel like putting yourself together.
But what's gonna happen now for fall? Because, you know, typically, fall hair is like, smoother, more policy back to school. Back to this. I think we're gonna have I think what's gonna happen is two things. I think we're not going to go into that. I do not see the blow dries and all these kind of stuff happening. I think we have hit a new place where people really want it. Low maintenance is how, because there's really nowhere to go, and that's a big part of why we care about the way we look is because we want to go out feeling our best. But if we're just home, we're just like there's really no point for me to do this. So where does this inspiration come from? Well, holidays around the corner. And now more than ever, I think these people are on budgets. They can't afford to go with their hair done for all these events. So this is where you need to have. Like, I always called like, you know, and you talk about fashion. We talked about like you gotta have your staples, your little black dress, your denim jacket, a dentist skirt you know, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I believe that the hair tool industry is exactly the same. You gotta have your great de tangling brush your great round brush, your great curling iron, your great flat earn, and this little basket shall live underneath your bathroom for years to come. And on those moments, even when you're having these, I don't really care about the way I look. You've got it ready to go. So you're invited to maybe a zoom date for some guy who's out of state, You know what I mean? And you're like, I have got a look hot for this thing. And today is the day I'm going to bust out that three and one iron, and I'm going to curl my hair today. You know what I mean? So I think there is going to be moments where we care about how we look. And yes, we need to blow out our hair for this and we need to, but we're not going to be obsessed the way we were, So I think we're gonna have, like, this balance that never existed before because we're so mindful about Is this worth the effort do I care enough to like, do this for this moment and I don't. Before we saw people every day, so we felt the urge to have to look great. 24 7. You know what I mean?