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Soft & Rebellious Hair by Anthony Turner at Prabal Gurung S/S '17

Lauren Salapatek | September 12, 2016 | 1:16 AM
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ColorProof Evolved Color Care and Bio Ionic swept the runway with the latest trends in hair at NYFW’s Prabal Gurung SS ‘17 show with celebrity stylist, Anthony Turner. Dubbed "The Soft Rebel," this look was Rock n' Roll inspired, yet feminine, for the rebellious, strong woman.

GET THE LOOK:

  1. Begin with freshly shampooed hair.
  2. Apply ColorProof IronMaster Color and Heat Protecting Setting Spray to damp hair for all over heat protection.
  3. Prep the hair with a color preserving mousse, adding 2-3 pumps to each hair section, starting from the bottom. Blow dry with Bio Ionic's GoldPro Dryer infused with 24k gold for even heat conductivity. Use the Bio Ionic's GoldPro Medium Round Brush to create even texture.
  4. Once dry, apply 1-2 pumps of anti-frizz serum to rid hair of any flyaways.
  5. Using a paddle brush, create a messy middle part. Fluff the hair forward covering most of the forehead; bend the front pieces on either side of the face and pin back so a bend is created when hair is released
  6. Pull a few loose pieces forward and use Bio Ionic's GoldPro Curling Iron 1” and create an extremely light, deconstructed waves for soft texture around the face and in the back of the head. Spray ColorProof HardCore Epic Hold Color Protect Hairspray all over to secure for a long lasting soft wave.
  7. Apply a finishing spray to complete the look.

 

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