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Achieve Photo-Worthy Hair

Laurel Nelson | July 10, 2011 | 8:21 PM
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1. Apply Rusk Being Gusty and blow dry the hair for thickness and hold. Leave top section slightly damp and create ?nger-wave pattern on each side of center part.
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2. Spray individual small sections with Being Sexy and curl in spirals using a tiny iron.
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3. Spray completed set with additional Being Sexy for hold.
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4. Brush out small sections and tease with tease brush. Have great make-up applied!
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This photo by Roberto Ligresti
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When you’re working on a photo shoot, the stakes are much higher for beautiful, memorable hair.
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Sherri Jessee of Sherri’s salon in Bristol, Virginia, recently attended a MODERN SALON Artist Session and created this magazine-worthy style. Here are the steps she took to create the look.
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