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Mohawk Updo by Eva Scrivo

Modern Salon | July 10, 2011 | 8:46 PM
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Photography: Roberto Ligresti Hair: Eva Scrivo, assisted by Meghan Baldwin Make-up: Nisa, nisamakeup.com Fashion Styling: Ty-Ron Mayes Red dress by Donna Karan, Silver dress by Versace Model: Gierdre of APM Models
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Before: Our natural Level-6 model has over-processed, bleached highlights lifted to a level 8/9. The goal is to bring the color to a rich brown with a palette of cognac and chocolate.
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Isolate the fringe. Backcomb a “U”-shaped section Mohawk from recession to recession to crown.
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Smooth back, twist and press in and up. Secure at the crown.
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Smooth the sides up to the crown.
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Twist and pin into place.
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Backcomb the fringe and direct back and over the original Mohawk.
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Pin into place and smooth the sides.
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The finished look.
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Check out "Chestnut Gloss by Eva Scrivo" for the color process. PRODUCTS: Color: Wella Color Touch Shampoo: Wella Performance Plus Conditioner: Wella System Professional Luminous Mask Blower: Mega Turbo Shears: Nic 8 inch Comb: Denman Brush: Rubin flair Hairspray: Wella System Professional Ultimation Nail Color: Express On nails for KISS with OPI nail color
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