Editorial stylist and What Not to Wear star Ted Gibson gives his models a big finish with looks worthy of any special occasion.
Products and Tools
Blower and iron: Ted Gibson
Brushes: Denman, YS Park
Curling Iron: Hot Tools
Stylers: Beautiful Hold Hairspray, Hair Treatment Sheet, Styling Sheet, Fix It
Gel, Build It Blow Drying Agent and
Tame It Shine Lotion all by Ted Gibson.
Make-up: Temptu Cosmetics
(foundation), Mirabella (eye), Your
Name Cosmetics (lip)
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1. Blow dry medium sections over a round brush.
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2. Using a jumbo curling iron, wrap sections back and away from the face.
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3. Back comb the hair at base to create an anchor point for extensions.
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4. Place extensions along backcombed area and secure.
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5. Define the part with gel.
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6. While on set, back comb ends for volume and width.
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