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With the Band: Sebastian Artists Featured in Music Video

Anne Moratto | October 27, 2014 | 11:30 AM

While in the hair world, they are already bonafied styling stars, Omar Antonio and Anthony Cress of the Sebastian Design Team were hanging with rock stars when they styled the main characters for the"Gotta Get It Right" music video for the new single by Sixx: A.M.   Made up of band members Nikki Sixx, James Michael and DJ Ashba,  Sixx: A. M.  recently released their third album, "Modern Vintage."  These two happening hairdressers got it so right that Antonio is featured posing for a selfie and cuddling on an armchair in the video. Check it out!

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