Sherri Jessee of Sherri’s salon in Bristol, Virginia, proved short is chic, modern and oh-so-sexy at a recent MODERN SALON Artist Session. Learn how she gave this model a trend-setting, head-turning style.
Hair: Sherri Jessee
Photography: Roberto Ligresti
Make-up: David Maderich
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The before shot
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1. First, color the hair (short hair shows regrowth more, so apply carefully). Here, regrowth was touched up with a Rusk Deepshine Superlightener—a high lift color—with 40-volume developer.
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2. Next, shape hair. Here, Jessee used Rusk Beta blades, simultaneously creating texture and removing length. Hair was blown dry with Rusk Being Gutsy.
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3. Flatiron hair in sections using Rusk Being Sexy hairspray and a “Teasin-u” brush by Monroe to create texture.
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4. Add finishing touches with hairspray, make-up and wardrobe.
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