Spring Styles Bloom at Y Gallery Salon

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | November 4, 2013

Top trends demonstrated with Ecru, New York Streets products.

Top Trendsetters

Experts were on site to create hot hair looks and talk about the products consumers can use to complement the styles. Pictured are Lisa Lobosco, creative director, Ecru Lifestyle Beauty; Emile Luciano, stylist for Ecru and Aria Simpson, director, sales and marketing, Ecru Lifestyle Beauty.

Catch Some Waves

Lisa Lobosco, Ecru Lifestyle Beauty, styles smooth waves on a model, who also happened to be her daughter! The new Acacia collection from Ecru features a line of products that, when used together or separate, fortify tresses for a healthier texture with more body and shine.

Botanical Ingredients

The Acacia range, on display at Y Gallery Salon, features Acacia Collagen, a pure botanical ingredient used in high-grade skin care. Products vary from a shampoo and conditioner to a BB Cream for dry styling.

Runway to Reality

“Runway to Reality” looks were created using New York Streets styling products, also on exhibition at the event. The hair care brand, known for its edgy packaging, touts a styling gel (center) that is “soft not crunchy,” according to experts on hand.

Twist and Shout

Braids were a big look on the runway for Spring 2014, especially at the Nicole Miller show. This Y Gallery Salon model showcases this top trend that is both easy to create and stylish for work or play.

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