By: on Oct 25, 2007, 12:07.

Allure Backstage Spring 2008 hair trendsMessy Updos. Proof that updos don’t have to be uptight: check out this season’s easy, undone buns. This season at show after show hair stylists loosened up the texture and gave the hair a more wispy quality. As Eugene Souleiman explained his idea for the hair at Dolce & Gabbana was in complete contrast to the makeup, “its something much much softer, drier, more sensual. It’s not a bun, it’s not a structured bun”.

What is great about this messy undo is you can do it, it does not take a lot of work. It actually uses the imperfection that most people have and takes that to its advantage as Eugene Souleiman confessed to us “there is absolutely no technique to this what so ever”.

The hair at Giambattista Valli was completely gorgeous – one of the best looks of the Spring 2008 season. Orlando Pita was the hair stylist at the show and explains that because of the volume in the clothes they wanted to do something up – “I try to let my hairdos, even like here be a little on the simple side and a little bit undone so it looks more like today”.

Allure Magazine Editor-in-Chief Linda Wells reports backstage at the top Spring 2008 collections in New York, Milan and Paris. For all the hottest beauty news go to Allure.com

Executive Producer & Director, and Interviews by Karen Morrison, DP Cameraman: Sebastien Goyer, Soundman; Giovanni Sicignano. Camera Karen Morrison. A production of MODTV Fashion Network.

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Karen Morrison is an award-winning digital producer, director, journalist and founder of MODTV Fashion Video Podcast at Apple Podcasts, named one of British Vogue's "Best Podcasts of 2017". A freelance contributor at Condé Nast, Karen created the Allure Backstage video series and works with some of the world's most influential brands including Tom Ford Beauty, Pat McGrath Labs and L'Oreal Paris. Follow Karen on Twitter, Instagram and Google+

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