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Ask the Tex-perts: Karine Jackson

August 21, 2013 | 9:13 AM

Ask the Tex-perts: Karine JacksonKarine Jackson

Hair Flair guest artist and Chancellor of the Fellowship for British Hair

Fall Forecast: Autumn/Winter Runway is all about punk, but not as we’ve known it. Now hair is more matte in texture, curls are slightly frizzed and sides are slicked back with the emphasis of a style on the top. It’s the modern-styled mohawk.

Exciting product to share with clients: We have been working on our new collec¬tions using Curlformers to create amazing volume and texture with products that hold without making the hair feel sticky.

Curl creed: I’m Australian, where the emphasis is on embracing curls rather than trying to alter texture. It’s a healthy approach and one that reflects our salon ethos and com¬mitment to using organic products for perming and coloring because they’re also kinder to the hair.

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