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    Pompadour

    Whether you bob it, or taper the sides and back, the pompadour is a signature look this summer that makes a bold and sexy statement. Getting the right haircut is essential for this style. To achieve this look, make sure your stylist leaves the longest pieces in the front bang area, with hair getting gradually shorter in the sides and back. If your hair is thick, then texture is important for giving you the lift you need, and keep in mind, you want a cut that looks cute even when you’re not rocking that rockabilly style.

    Products:  For the signature pompadour style, be sure to stock up on the right hair products. You’ll need a mousse for damp hair (Paul Mitchell Extra Body Sculpting Foam), as well as a matte styling paste (PHYTO Professional Matte Texturizing Paste) when hair is dry. Be sure to finish with a hairspray to lock your style in place.

    Style: After applying mousse to damp hair, use a round brush on top to lock in the volume.  For the sides and back use a flat brush to smooth against your head shape.  For longer hair, twist and pin the sides back. Tease the top for volume and texture then add a styling paste to dry hair for dimension and drama. Once you get the shape you want, use a finishing spray to keep the look in place.

    Wavy Bob

    Great Gatsby may have been a phenomenon of 2013, but we still can’t get enough of those vintage bobs! Whether you want to be bold with a ultra short bob a la Carey Mulligan, or stick with a longer more modern bob, you can still channel the roaring 20’s with gorgeous waves! To achieve this look, any bob will do, or you can even pin up your pony to create a faux bob look. Ultra feminine, and undeniably sexy, you really can’t go wrong with this classic look!

    Products:  Prep damp hair with a volume boosting spray (Redken Roomful 90), followed by a light styling

    Side Sweep

    Asymmetrical Style

    Lotsa Layers





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