Get the Look NZFW: Joico’s Sleek Topknot for Andrea Moore

Last week a team of Joico stylists, led by Sara Allsop, created four unique looks for Andrea Moore’s New Zealand Fashion Week show. While we love the slicked-back, gold-streaked tresses that stormed down the runway, it’s Joico’s sleek and modern interpretation of the topknot that we’re truly besotted with. Find out how to recreate the look below.

Andrea Moore TopKnot

Photo credit: Cameron Downey


1. Mix together in your hand Body Luxe Volumizing Foam and Instant Refresh, blow-dry while directing the hair back from the face with your hands.

2. Using your hands, scrape the hair back into a ponytail at the top of the head and secure with a hair tie.

3.Twist the ends of the hair back on itself leaving the ends exposed.

4. Secure the topknot with bobbie pins.

5. Use your hands to tease out pieces through the knot and from the head and spray with Flip Turn.

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Get The Look NZFW: Julian Danger’s Shimmering Smoky Eye

M.A.C make-up artists mixed up a super shimmery combo of pigments to create a worn-in smoky eye for Julian Danger’s show. 


INSPIRATION: ‘Beautiful, metallic, worn in eyes’

KEY PRODUCTS: Face: M.A.C Studio Face and Body Foundation applied with a #190 Foundation Brush. M.A.C Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder for a matte finish. Eyes: M.A.C Scene Eye Shadow to define the eyes. M.A.C PRO Pigment in Silver, Rose Gold and Platinum with Prep + Prime Fix + to create a metal effect over the lid. M.A.C Upward Lash Mascara for full, dramatic lashes. Lips: M.A.C Myth Lipstick pressed on to lips for a creamy, nude finish.

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Credit: Olivia Hemus for MAC Cosmetics


Photo Credit: New Zealand Fashion Week