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Georgina Wilson suggests hairstyles for Anne Curtis, Isabelle Daza, and Solenn Heussaff

Mar 22, 2016
Georgina Wilson encourages everyone to #StandUpToStylingDamage

With much excitement, model and host Georgina Wilson talks about the hottest hair trends she saw during her New York Fashion Week adventure.

At TRESsemme's #StandUpToSylingDamage event on March 17, in SM Makati, she tells (Philippine Entertainment Portal), "I hate it when, you know, only certain people can achieve these hairstyles, and I feel like that is something I really value."

To make things easier to remember, we ask her who among her BFFs can pull off these runway hairstyles--the Uptown Sleek, Copper Waves, and Diane Curls, which is inspired by fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg.

Anne Curtis: Uptown Sleek

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The Uptown Sleek is chic bob that spells elegance, and is also reminiscent of another fashion icon Carolina Herrera.


Georgina chooses this look for Anne because "she’s quite fashion-forward, and she likes those looks."

Isabelle Daza: Copper waves

Not too straight and not too curly, the copper-waves hairdo will work best with colored hair.

The loose waves give volume to the color.

PR / @isabelledaza on Instagram

Isabelle loves curls, says Georgina.


Solenn Heussaff: Diane Curls

Georgina finds this look "very fashion forward...more playful, more boho, full of volume."

PR / @solennheussaff on Instagram

Georgina would love see her bestie Solenn play with these curls.

"I’d like to see that look on her, like very feminine and playful which she is."

How about her?


Georgina admits she can't settle with just one, "When it comes to hair and fashion definitely all, but right now I'm feeling the Uptown Sleek. 

"But you can ask me tomorrow and I'd probably choose the DVF [Diane] curls."

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