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On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:06 PM

At London's Paul Falltrick Salon, tricked-out textures come from fancy finishing. The top and crown are a strategic place for creating crinkled, spiky or wispy movement, which more often than not contrasts with smoother, lower lengths. Still, visionists can always flip the script or let color do the talking.
 
Hair by Paul Falltrick Educational Team, London, UK. Photo by Tom Carson. Production by Global Hair & Fashion Group. Make-up by Betty Mekonnen.

On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Progressive layers that follow an angled fringe stand up in style with fast flatironing.



On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Alternating solid and wispy areas are more distinct when you provide color cues.



On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Get out your paddle brush to reap the whirlwind.



On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Why fuss for an hour when faux pieces provide super side texture and a length change?



On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

Rough-cut, shaggy texture moves off a rhubarb pie-slice, positioned front and center in the fringe.



On Trend: Tricked-Out Texture

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