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    4 Halloween Hair Looks Worth Stealing

    From the first leaf falling to pumpkin spice lattes there is not much I don’t love about fall…what I love most is HALLOWEEN.  Halloween is my favorite holiday and I spend all year planning my costume.  The best accessory to your costume is your Halloween hair.  I am here to share 4 different hairstyles to help make your costume go from blah to BOOM!




    This is the first look I want to share that I am head over heels for!  The first steps to this look is blowing out the hair.  After showering spray in Awapuhi Hydromist Blowout Spray for the ultimate volume and Paul Mitchell extra body sculpting foam.  After applying the product begin blow drying with a round brush.  Once you are blown out spray Paul Mitchell Hot off the Press to protect hair from your curling iron…then begin to curl your hair.  Once your hair is completely curled take 1 inch sections and begin teasing all of your hair.  Once hair is all up and teased seal the look with Paul Mitchell;s freeze and shine, it will not move all night! Find any fun Halloween hair accessories to put in your hair! We just used fake cobwebs!




    For this funky fun look begin by corn rowing three braids on each side of your head.  You may grab as much or as little hair as desired.  Secure each braid with an extra small rubber band.  After the braids are secured begin curling the hair all over followed by some teasing and the Paul Mitchell Extra Body hairspray.




    Use the Paul Mitchell Extra Body Sculpting Foam and begin blow drying with a paddle brush to smooth our the hair.  Once your hair is dry, section off into inch wide sections away from the face and secure with bobby pins, continue this all over your head.  Secure the look with Paul Mitchell Freeze and Shine  hairspray.  Also you may add in any fake spiders or cobwebs!


    BELLE:Beauty and The Beast


    Pull back your bangs and make a little poof out of them then secure with bobby pins.  Then take 2 inch sections of hair on both sides above your ears and begin braiding down.  Once the 2 braids are complete secure both braids with the same elastic hair tie while leaving about 2 inches of the hair loose.  You make curl the loose hair that is secured in the ponytail.  Find a piece of red ribbon and wrap the ribbon around your head then secure with bobby pins.  Spray hair all over with Paul Mitchell’s Finishing spray.

    Contributing author Tiffany Mauk graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communications and a minor in Marketing and Management. She has been working for Paul Mitchell Schools for a year and a half now and falls even more in love with the industry every day. She loves recruiting Future Professional’s to join the cosmetology journey and encouraging them to pursue their dreams. Tiffany recently started her own blog, The Gold Frame.


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