Mega Makeover

July 10, 2011 | 11:48 PM
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Hair: Derek J Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich for Fashion styling: David Widjaja
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"Keep multiple and various appliances at your station, and teach as you style. Once you teach them, they usually buy the appliance." —Derek J
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Begin with a blow out on dry hair using a pik attachment.
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Using a one-inch flatiron, straighten the hair in one-inch sections. Follow with gel and then run through each section one more time with the flatiron.
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Prep the hair for extensions. Begin at back and take horizontal sections and comb down. Back comb at the scalp.
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Spray at the root along the teased area to create a base.
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Place clip-in wefts along base and clip in to teased area.
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Flatiron weft with section to blend.
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Clip in fringe.
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Cut fringe to the desired length and shape with a texturizing shear.
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Silk crepe dress by Giambattista Valli; belt by Fendi; and wood cuffs by Alexis Bittar.
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