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Wave Maker by Tommy Buckett

Modern Salon | July 10, 2011 | 11:15 PM
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Finished Look 1 Hair: Tommy Buckett for Sedu Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich, davidmaderich.com Fashion styling: Caroline Background: Oliphant Studio
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Finished Look 2 Just because you can get a great straight look with the styling iron, it doesn’t mean you can’t get voluminous, stylish hair too. —Tommy Buckett
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Before
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Take sections the size of the iron width and apply hairspray at the base, both under and on top of the section.
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Place at the base and wrap into a C-shape bend in the iron and wrap down toward the scalp. Turn the iron 180 degrees while pressing lightly and smoothly moving the iron through the hair from root to tip. Hold out the end.
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Using double-pronged pins, clip into an invisible rod.
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Wrap all sections down and away from the face. Allow to cool.
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Lift small sections straight up from the base. Using a small bristle brush, backcomb at the base.
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Brush the hair down and then break apart the curl.
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PRODUCTS AND TOOLS Irons: Sedu Revolution Tourmaline Ionic Styling Iron and Sedu Revolution Shortie Styler Blower: Sedu Revolution Pro Tourmaline Ionic 4000i Hair Dryer Shampoo and Conditioner: Matrix Biolage Cooling Mint Shampoo and Conditioner Stylers: Redken 23 Forceful Super Strength Finishing Spray, Matrix Biolage Styling Volumizing Whipped Mousse, Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream Brush: Spornette Nail color: OPI Blush and lip color: Your Name Cosmetics Foundation: Beauty Addicts Bronzer: Mirabella
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Sedu’s Tommy Bucket uses a flatiron for anything-but-flat results.
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Tommy Buckett, celebrity stylist and Sedu styling consultant, loves his flatiron. “It’s one easy way to get outrageous volume that your client will love,” he says.

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