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Texture and Shine Define CosmoProf Trend

Jan Hillenmeyer | March 27, 2013 | 6:58 AM
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CosmoProf, a division of Beauty Systems Group, has released its latest trend collection, which focuses on texture, shine and styling artistry. The elegant English country life depicted in Masterpiece Theater’s Downton Abbey was the inspiration for a textured, exaggerated bob.
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Braids have not lost their appeal and a dramatic braid is balanced with textured interest on top.
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This top-knot tidies and smoothes the “messy” bun, but leaves a few stray crimped strands for movement and a natural softness.
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Ombre effects with face-framing softness and a full fringe kick up the style in a short, sassy look. Hair: Greg Bitterman. Photography: Richard Krall. Make-up: Shane Monden. Fashion Styling: Tammy Theis.
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CosmoProf, a division of Beauty Systems Group, has released its latest trend collection, which focuses on texture, shine and styling artistry.  The fashion runway was a major influence on these looks that are sophisticated, elegant and groomed with a hint of the “undone.”

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