City Style from Sebastian Professional

Maggie Mulhern | November 28, 2012 | 2:22 PM
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BERLIN REBORN || Backcombing, pinning and tucking, combined with artistic notching in the fringe, creates the “undone” illusion.
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SÃO PAULO CASCADE || Microcrimped texture paired with pulled-apart braids pulled off the face creates a futuristic, yet on-trend, fi nish.
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SAN FRANCISCO QUEEN || Through a series of knots, twists and strategic isolation, a Boho-chic silhouette is created when paired with a jeweled headpiece.
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Hair: Omar Antonio, Anthony Cole, Sebastian International Design Artists
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: David Maderich for
Fashion styling: Rod Novoa
Nails: Amanda Smith, using OPI

Sebastian Professional is taking the world on an international tour of unique and provocative styles through a new program called Urban Explorers. While the team may not be able to bring all its fans to the cities visited, Sebastian International Design Artists Omar Antonio and Anthony Cole are bringing the shape and design of four of the destinations to the MODERN audience.

The duo came to New York City to create looks that reflect Shanghai, Berlin, San Francisco and Sao Paulo, Brazil. “These are unexpected cities of style,” says Cole. “The global influences and inspiration help to shape not only what’s new, but what’s next.  These are unconventional cities in their urban look, setting them apart from the predictable cities of catwalk style.”

These styles will be introduced to the Sebastian Professional community along withtravel sizes of best-selling Sebastian products to recreate the looks while on the road.

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