In Fashion
The Bumble and bumble Editorial Team challenged the boundaries of traditional beauty for the Fall/Winter 2012 runways, taking note from glam styles of seasons past and deconstructing the typical pretty look. 
At Alexandre Herchcovitch, Rolando Beauchamp explored looks using dual textures. Spray de Mode for slicked back sides, and hair pulled into soft, straight low ponytails. Top sections rough blow dried for more texture.
At Naeem Kahn, Laurent Philippons' French twists look unfussy. With Thickening Hairspray, Hair Powder, Spray de Mode, and a touch of Styling Wax, hair pulled in one fell swoop into a loose twist, and pulled at the hairline.
After some Surf Spray and rough blow dry, Bb.Stylist Allen Wood added dry texture before pulling hair into a braid at the back of the head. With added flyaways, and a mist of Hair Powder, an illusion was created of a girl traveling through a sandstorm.

Jordan M created a "live-in-texture" at Pamela Love by layering Prep, Styling Creme, Brilliantine, Hair Powder and a heavy amount of backcombing and flat ironing, to give a tendril-like feel to the low-slung ponytails.

At Behnaz Sarafpour, Laurent Phillipon hand-raked hair into a ponytail and applied liberal amounts of Bb.Gel from hairline to ends. Pinning up an organic-looking chignon, the look was completed with Shine On Finishing Spray.

"Cool girl hair" at Felipe Oliveira Baptista as Laurent Philippon used Prep, applied a few drops of Hairdresser's Invisible Oil, parted hair naturally and let air dry. For some, hair was braided, pinned into soft buns to set, then loosened after an hour.

At BCBG Max Azria, Neil Moodie used Prep and Thickening Hairspray, blow dried hair, created a deep right side part and ponytail at the nape of the neck. A front section wrapped around the head, secured to a bungee for a sweeping bang.