Ten to see Completely back. The stars have one thing in common: they look radiant. This is, among other things, the work of hairstylist BV Jochen Vanhoodt, who de hair goals From Flemish artists. With his tips, you can copy the appearance of the first episode.
The long-awaited return Ten to see In the iconic Point Tent, perched on the Westende seawall, plenty of charm accompanies it. “And a lot of wind,” he says Jochen Vanhoodt. “During the first episode, it was difficult to keep the performers’ tresses in check.” The hairdresser and his team applied clever tricks to prevent facial hair loss and make sure the haircut stays in shape.
The abnormal-The singer got the perfect beach hairstyle: beachy waves. It was made with flat pliers and turned outward away from the face. The golden pins detailing her short blonde locks secure it elegantly. do it yourself “Never forget to spray a heat protectant spray on your locks beforehand,” Jochen tips.
The West Flemish star is fond of pink hair, but did not choose a coloring (temporarily). Well for the extras that click on her real hair. “Great if you want to go to a festival. You can find colored links in specialized stores,” says the hairdresser. The trend among women in the Flemish entertainment industry? “dirty beach waves. It’s made of golf tongs and gives a careless result.”
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The well-known presenter of the song program loves volume, so natural curls are made a little more lush than oval-shaped wavy tongs (without tongue). “At Anne, we also did a casual braid on the crown to keep the frizz away from her face,” Jochen reveals.
A useful method of hair parasitism was also applied to the co-presenter. “We took two front strands of hair, ear to ear, to create a ponytail. We tied it tight around her neck to keep her face completely free. A headband but from your hair. The rest of her hair strands were twisted into classic curls and then brushed with a paddle brush to create waves.” light”.
The haircut of the Nightingale of Limburg currently has many layers, and the flames have been cut from short to longer. It’s not easy to get everything and hold it while the sea breeze is on. The flames were blown out and secured with sliders. Other brown locks also got a visit from the hairstylist’s beach wave pliers.
Top tip from Jochen: When there is a strong wind, choose ‘concrete paint’ (such as EIMI Absolute Hairspray Van Wella.) It fixes your hair so well that it is, so to speak, as strong as a block of concrete. This generation of hard polishes gives a natural finish, so you don’t look like Lady Edna.”