As some of you may know, I also contribute to a site called Shefinds.com, which is one of the top shopping sites out there. As part of this job, I was lucky enough to go backstage at Tadashi Shoji’s show during New York Fashion Week. Backstage is just as fun and hectic as you might think it is: the models are extremely tall and very quiet, hair and makeup people descend upon them the minute they enter the room, hilarity ensues. I seem to remember a story that Linda Evangelista used to have the “four hands” rule, which is that no more than four hands could be on her at any given time. Ah, Linda, how I love you.
The hair look at Tadashi was crafted by hair guru Rodney Cutler and his team. The look for the show was very smooth hair pulled back into a low, rough twisted bun at the nape of the neck, giving the rear view a cheeky twist on the polished front. Throw a headband over the look and you’re good to leave the house! For those of us who are too busy to live, this style is easily translatable to your everyday life.
Cutler Salons has two convenient locations here in Manhattan: Midtown West and Soho but if you’re a beach bunny and your hair needs some lovin’, there’s also a convenient location in South Beach, Miami. After just receiving the haircut of my life at Cutler Midtown (which I will cover in a future post,) I feel it is safe to say if you’re going to spend your hard earned coin on some fabulous hair, Cutler is more than worth the money, honey.