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Simple Hair With a Mid-90s Vibe

Lauren Salapatek | September 21, 2011 | 1:52 PM

At the Rag & Bone Spring 2012 show, Guido helped to create Marcus Wainwright and David Neville's vision of the "cool downtown girl who is effortlessly chic."



To get the look: Guido first prepped the hair, parted it in the middle and used the Sultra Sophisticate Power Dryer to dry the hair. He then braided in extensions to create the illusion of length without the bulk, so that the hair was light and had movement. Then, he smoothed out the hair and gave it a "bit of a crinkle" using the limited edition Wicked Gold Decadence Iron. Finally, Guido attached a band at the nape of the neck, which created the illusion of a loose, natural ponytail.

For more information on the products that Guido used, visit sultra.com.

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