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By Sarabeth Blum

“Androgenous” and “effortless” are the keywords for the fashion styles of Fall 2013. Stella McCartney’s fall/winter runway show in Tokyo, Japan last week embodied this modern look with sleek, shining ponytails to match the tailored masculine/feminine cut of her new collection.

Not all models are born with lustrous, pin straight locks so Aveda’s Global Creative Director, Antoinette Beenders, stepped in to help created this polished look with a few frizz-defying, perfection inducing Aveda products. Even if your hair is naturally curly or just plain unruly, the beauty of these products is that just a little bit of styling goes a long way.

Long lasting and effective, the combination of these three Aveda products: Damage Remedy daily hair repair, Smooth Infusion style prep, and Air Control hair spray, gives the polished runway look to any head of hair – no matter texture or length.

It’s all about Product + Technique = Results

You, too, can recreate this sleek, Aveda/Stella McCartney look in just six easy steps:

Originally published May 2013
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