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Lisa Folawiyo S/S 2015 Collection Hair by Mann Nance for Rich Hair Care

Elizabeth Jakaitis | October 13, 2014 | 8:29 AM
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First, apply Rich Volume Spray throughout the hair and blowdry it for a sleek, smooth look.
Photo by David Webber

For the Lisa Folawiyo Spring/Summer 2015 collection, Mann Nance, editorial and celebrity stylist and owner of tHAIRapy NYC Salon, created long, smooth and modern asymmetrical hair looks with braided tribal accents. Hair was loose, straight and flowing on one side, deep side-parted on the other, with tight braids encircling the head from top to mid-nape and pinned under contrasting longer hair.  

“Lisa’s clothes are amazing,” says Nance. “She has a unique gift of integrating classic African textures, colors and prints with completely modern, universal shapes and silhouettes. I wanted the hair to reflect this – combining a lightness of movement with a rich, bold textural effect. I created additional contrast and reflection by making the hair look almost wet, and added hair extensions on selected models to create a subtle colored ombre hair color effect.”

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