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Holiday Romance (Faux Bob) by Tyson Daniel

Laurel Nelson | July 10, 2011 | 8:43 PM
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Looking to add a little sparkle to your clients boring ’do this holiday season? Tyson Daniel, stylist at Amazing Space Salon in Salt Lake City and Pureology PureArtist, created these party looks for clients on the holiday social scene. Recreate them and give your clientele something to talk about. Silver Beaded silk dress by Ralph Lauren Collection; and ivory silk pleated goddess gown by Bottega Veneta
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Prepare the hair with product. For blow dry prep use Essential Repair ColorMax, then Essential Repair Instant Repair root to end. Then apply RootLift SprayMousse on root followed by Pure Volume ThickeningMist midshaft to ends. TOOLS: Brush by Monroe Ergo TGR dryer Hot Tools curling iron Sam Villa comb Shears by Sam Villa
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Blow dry two-inch sections over a large round brush. PRODUCTS: (All Pureology unless otherwise noted) InCharge FlexibleStylingSpray GlossingMist ShineSpray InChargePlus FirmFinishingSpray Purify Shampoo EssentialRepair InstantRepair EssentialRepair ColourMax
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Isolate top section. Lace large sections below the rounds of the head. Make-up and Nails: Lashes by Xtended Beauty Eyeliner by Novalash Tweezer by Tweezerman OPI nail lacquer in Conquistadorable Color
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Take the back triangular section, tuck.
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Roll and pin to leave a jaw-length bob.
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Take the front section, direct forward and roll under and back, and pin to the back perimeter toward the nape to join the back section, following the hairline.
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Take down the top isolated section and smooth over the tucked section.
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In the back above the occipital, take one-inch sections and place in a jumbo-barrel curling iron.
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Work down the section to create a wave as shown.
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Continue on the sides, creating the wave in the same manner.
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Lift two-inch sections straight up from the top of the head and lace to the ends.
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Smooth the top and place into desired shape.
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Hair: Tyson Daniel Photographer: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich for Temptu Cosmetics at mistermakeup.com
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Silk velvet beaded strap dress by Bottega Veneta Fashion Styling: David Widja, assisted by Melody Won
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