Hair: Julien Farel
Color: Michael Liang
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: David Maderich, davidmaderich.com
Fashion styling: Elodie Ozanne
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Celebrity colorist and owner of his eponymous salon in NYC, Julien Farel, gives our model a face-flattering cut complete with a heavy fringe.
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PRODUCTS AND TOOLS
Shampoo and conditioner: Phytojoba
Hairspray: Phytolaque soie
Color: Platinium and Diacolor Gelée (in dark blonde) by
Brushes: Julien Farel
Gloves: Product Club
Shears: Jaguar Satin
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Michael Liang, Julien Farel salon colorist, completes the look with a natural, dimensional brunette.
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