Glo by Aquage

July 31, 2012 | 12:39 PM
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Glo by Aquage

Photography & Hair: Luis Alvarez for Aquage
Hair Assistant: Deena Nicely
Color: Tausha Ostrander
Make-up: Wanda Alvarez,
Fashion styling: Patric Chauvez

Fiery streaks of red, platinum points, mega-heavy fringe and feathers of brilliant gold take us to the edge of texture and beyond. The unifying factor? The glow and shine of uber-healthy hair.

Inspired by the perpetual glow of computer screens, photographer and master hairdresser, Luis Alvarez, takes texture above and beyond on short-chic styles using the ultimate power tools from Aquage.

The Big Bang Theory, hairdresser style. From mega-heavy and straight to upswept spikes and organically-tousled bangs—bold fringe becomes the focal point for this collection.

Instead of blow styling, hair was pressed with Aquage Beyond Body Thermal Spray, texturized with one-of-a-kind Aquage Transforming Paste and blasted with brilliant shine with Aquage Beyond Shine, taking Texture above and beyond.

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