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Asymmetric Texture

August 31, 2012 | 12:47 PM
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1. Using a smaller brush, blow the front of the hair back and away from the face.
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2. Create a small braid back along the hairline of just one side of the hair.
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3. Continue back to the nape and secure.
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4. The rest of the hair will be teased for maximum volume. Take one inch sections. Lift up and tease the base from underneath.
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5. Then drop the section and tease the base from the top of the section.
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6. Continue throughout the remainder of the hair, teasing the base, working out 3–4 inches from the scalp. Put the hair to one side for an asymmetrical fi nish.
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