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Summer-Inspired Haircuts and Styles by Kevin Murphy

Modern Salon | July 1, 2016 | 8:08 AM
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Kevin Murphy stylists unite to collaborate on a photoshoot showcasing high-color and sharp silhouettes in a desert setting with couture garments and dressed wig work.

The Anja Cut

Prime with Kevin.Murphy Body.Builder and Roll.Brush to add shine and smoothness. Prep dry hair with Smooth.Again to reduce frizz and create a flat silhouette. Curl ends under and toward face using a large iron and pin to cool. Finish with Session.Spray and a hot air brush to refine shape.

The Cherry Cut

Prime with Anti.Gravity.Spray
 and rough-dry hair toward the face, maintaining a triangle shape. Prep with Smooth.Again for control and separation through the sides and fringe. Finish with Session.Spray for hold and humidity resistance.

The Broken Bob Cut

Prime with Styling.Alive to even porosity. Prep with Anti.Gravity.Spray to build texture. Rough dry
 by pulling the hair straight and toward the face. Finish with Doo.Over for a dry finish with hold.

Hair: Kevin Murphy, Tim Abney, Nathan Gorman, Ali Batista, Sarah Lund, Tim McClean, Timothy Durant, Joseph Gossen
Haicolor: Kate Reid

Photography: Luis Murphy

Assisted by: Saskia Almansan, Selina Book, Kashmir Asvaraksh, Alberto Ruiz
Fashion styling: Emily Ward

Makeup: Julius Eckensberger, assisted by Tiffany Alexander 

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