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Botticelli Waves

Lauren Salapatek | August 19, 2011 | 9:57 AM
FINISHED LOOK
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STEP 1: Take small sections and mist with Fortifying Heat spray. Using a ½-inch curling iron, wrap the section closest to the scalp to the right. Then wrap the mid shaft to the left, and wrap the last third to the right.
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STEP 2: Continue throughout, dropping from the base as you reach the top.
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STEP 3: Continue throughout, dropping from the base as you reach the top.
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STEP 4: Finger comb hair to break up the curl.
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STEP 5: Take a section at the front hairline and direct to one side. Drop from the base and braid down the side of the head.
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STEP 6: Braid to the bottom and secure with an elastic. Cover with decorative flowers, placing additional flowers up along the braid as desired.
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See more about this how-to and others in Modern Salon's August issue.
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CREDITS

Hair styling: Natasha Sunshine-Antonioni for Pureology

Haircolor: M-Kat, Pureology Education Development Manager

Photography: Roberto Ligresti

Make-up: David Maderich

Fashion styling: David Widjaja

 

PRODUCTS AND TOOLS

Hair Care: Perfect4Platinum Shampoo, ReconstructRepair, Miracle ller Spray, ColorStylist FortifyingHeat Spray, Nourishing Nectar, GlossingMist, ColorStylist line, all Pureology.

Combs and brushes: Pureology Precision Comb; Sam Villa; Marilyn; Ibiza round brush

Blower: Sam Villa; FHI

Curling iron: HOT Tools

Nails: CND, KISS press on nails

Make-up: Beauty Addicts foundation; Mirabella blush

Fashions: Maroon pleated chiffon gown with embroidered velvet and chiffon scarfs by Roberto Cavalli, necklace and cuff by Laruicci, ring by Alexis Bittar and booties by Giuseppe Zanotti Design.

 

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