Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. I did a color remover and deep conditionning treatment, with
some highlights and lowlights to lighten her face, and layered the hair to give her younger appearence and an easy style that she can do
herself at home with just a flat iron. Materials Used: color remover and highlight from Paul Mitchel - treatment from Nexxus shampoo
humectant and conditionning - gloss finishing style from Nexxus.
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. I used our system's triangular one-length cut. It is very
easily manageable for her, and it really turned her into an adorable young lady. Materials Used: I used basic 4.5 scissors to create the
shape. I then used a relaxing balm on the hair to be put on right before the hand held blow dryer. I created a parting on the far right
frontal/high temporal area. This gave a shape to her face that wasn't noticeable before.
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. Twisted flowerets, with face framing tendrals. Materials
Used: Gel, and Bobipins, Blow dryer and Hair sray/ Hot iron optional More Information: Hair is not washed morning of event! Use light Gel
and take large section on hair and twist and then roll up towards base of the nape and pincurl. continue to work aropund back of head.
Personalize the front with deep side part and soft waves. Then use a light working hair spray to give the hair a nice shine and polished
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. Short and funky. This simple updo is perfect for someone
with above shoulder length hair. In the front, part the hair where it naturally falls. Then, create some height in the crown area by
backcombing, then while smoothing the left side, fold it back to the center of the head and place a couple of bobbi pins. Then repeat the
same step with the right side, only this time as you come to the center, you will wrap the ends to the inside, creating a french roll
look. Place your bobbi pins in the fold and then flair the remaining ends that have been left out at the bottom with a little bit of
pomade. If you desire more volume, simply insert the tail end of a tail comb and pull up a bit on the crown area once you have placed all
your bobbi pins and everything is in place Finally,finish the look with a bit of finishing spray and you are on your way! The entire look
should only take about 10 minutes tops, but you will look like you spent hours! Its simple, but yet glamorous! Materials Used: Tail Comb,
bobbi pins, pomade, finishing spray.
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. The first part I took was a triangular section from the front
of the head to the crown, twisted it and pinned the ends under. Next, I parted the remaining hair into two sections and swept the left
section to the right side of the head and folded the hair inwards and then did the same to the other side. Materials Used: Bobby pins.
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. I curled the hair in sections in spirals then I pinned up
the back part of the hair and left the front down. Materials Used: Bobby-pins 1in. curling iron hairspray.
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. Large round hot tool bobby pins texturizing paste and
hairspray. More Information: This updo was for a senior prom. she wanted to look 40's Glam with an edge.. very easy to recreate!!!
Challenge: Chic new look that is easy do for clients to recreate themselves. This is a very fresh creation for a wedding, just half hair
up and some curls on th back. Materials Used: i used some wax for the curls, hairspray and natural flowers for final touch.