Celebrity Style

Celebrity Style: Tales of Texture

Jamie Newman | August 31, 2016 | 8:22 AM
To recreate Suicide Squad star Cara Delevingne's look, Joel Torres, TIGI creative director, would use Catwalk by TIGI Texturizing Salt Spray on wet hair and blowdry while twisting a round brush to create movement. “After hair is dry, I would use a 1-inch wand and Catwalk by TIGI Session Series Work It Hairspray and take big sections horizontally to create a soft wave in different directions,” Torres says. To finish, apply Bed Head by TIGI Joyride Texturizing Powder Balm and finger-comb hair to define the look.
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To get Selena Gomez's look, Robert Vasquez, R+Co lead educator, would cut long layers around the back of the head, getting shorter with layering toward the crown, and finish by cutting the fringe. To style, Vasquez would prep hair with R+Co Palm Springs Pre-Shampoo Treatment Mask and then wash with Cactus Texturizing Shampoo to build texture. Next, apply R+Co Grid Setting Spray from midlengths to ends, rough dry, and finish the look with a curing wand for sexy waves. Finish with R+Co Outer Space Flexible Hairspray to set style.
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New CACTUS Texturizing Shampoo from R+Co
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“The more we encourage our clients to own their curls, the more comfortable they will become,” says Nina Holmes, Kenra educator. To recreate Amandala Sternberg’s look, Holmes would prep hair with Curl by Kenra Co-Wash followed by the Curl by Kenra Styling Conditioner. Leave a bit of the conditioner in the hair to maintain moisture. Apply Curl By Kenra Curl Control Gel. For added height in the crown, place clips at the scalp to create lift. Dry under a hooded dryer. Gently scrunch curls to release the “cast” set by the gel to create a soft, flake-free finish. Finish with Curl by Kenra High Hold Spray Gel.
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New Kenra Curl Control Gel for styling ringlets and coils
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Whether it be a wavy lob, choppy fringe or natural curls, there's no denying texture is the IT style trend for fall. Click through the slideshow to for texture inspiration and learn how to replicate the looks from experts at TIGI, R+Co and Kenra using the respective brand's products, specifically designed for texture and curls. 

“Product choice will help to embrace natural texture by adding moisture in some cases and frizz control in others.” –TIGI’s Joel Torres

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