Creating an amazing updo is one thing. Making it look effortless to execute is another. Martin Parsons did both in this exclusive shoot for MODERN. Watch him in action on MODERN SALON TV at modernsalon.tv.
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Hair: Martin Parsons, assisted by Ian Hearth, Martin Parsons Technique Master, Lead Trainer. Photography: Roberto Ligestri. Make-up: David Maderich. Nail artist: Jessica Mart of LaJames Beauty College
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“Use working spray. Never aim at the
head. Spray in the direction of
the way the hair moves. Spray, count
to five and then clean up.”
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Give your clients maximum impact with this bold holiday updo by Martin Parsons.
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“Updos should take no more
than 20 to 30 minutes in the
salon, with the goal to be 20.”
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