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Guido On the Spring/Summer 2011 Looks

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 11:28 PM
Famed session artist and Redken Creative Consultant Guido met with editors last week to offer his interpretation from the Spring/Summer 2011 Collections and to introduce Redken's fashion work 12 and pure force 16, two new sprays designed to help professional hairstylists create those on-trend looks.

Fashion work 12, a medium hold working spray and pure force 16, a non aerosol fixing spray are joining Guido’s other favorite Fashion Week staples such as quick dry 18 and forceful 23. “These sprays help me create any finish,” Guido told me after the press event broke up. “This versatile range of hairsprays helps me create a sculpted updo, natural waves or a glossy, lacquered finish.” javascript:void(0);

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