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Behind the Scenes: GRAY AREA

Maggie Mulhern | August 13, 2012 | 5:08 AM
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Peter Gray, one of the most talented and sought after session artists, contacted me a few months ago offering an exclusive on a recent session where he pumped up the volume and added length using easihair extensions. Before accepting the collection, I met with Peter to get a few more details. "I call it 'hair as lifestyle''s a great way to offer a dramatic transformation and enhance the natural beauty of women through the addition of hair," he told me. Peter and team were inspired by Irving Penn and Richard Avedon photographs from the 60's and 70's and created hair that was "fluffy and soft."

These videos include behind the scenes footage and an interview with Peter Gray himself. These are great support pieces the beautiful feature gracing our pages. Check it out!

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