Spring Goddess

Laurel Nelson | July 10, 2011 | 9:49 PM
Products Shampoo and conditioner: Phytoneutre shampoo and Phytobaume conditioner Styling products (all by Phyto): Phytovolume Actif spray and Crème Brilliance Curling iron: Hot Tools Blower: Solis Shears: Joewell Brushes: AKS Nail color and hand care: Pillow Talk by Essie and Essie Ejuvenate rejuvenating hand treatment and system
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1. Blow dry Phytovolume Actif into the hair.
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10. Place flowers or decoration at nape and secure.
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2. Apply more Phytovolume Actif directly to the root.
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3. Blow dry over round brush. Lift up to get lift.
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4. Set hair in invisible rods.
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5. Spray and allow the hair to cool naturally.
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6. Brush out curls and back comb at the base for lift.
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7. Brush the hair to the back. Take sections from the front hairline at the side and slightly overdirect to the base of the occipital. Secure with pins.
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8. Repeat on the opposite side, continuing to overdirect. Place pins under the section to hide.
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9. Work down the back hairline to the nape, criss crossing sections.
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Stylist Susanna Romano got inspired by the greenery of spring in this whimsical look created exclusively for MODERN SALON. Credits Hair: Susanna Romano, co-founder of Salon AKS in New York City Make-up: David Maderich for Fashionstyling: David Widjaja
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