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HOW-TO: Ultra Glam Hair Creations With Laserbeamer Nano Steps

Lauren Salapatek | April 30, 2015 | 10:48 AM
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Create voluminous and edgy mid-length looks or glamorous long styles with Hairdreams’ latest innovation, Laserbeamer Nano. Check out this dramatic transformation from super short to long hair created on just one model.

Credits:
Hair: Christopher Dove and Sonya Dove
Assisted by: Hairdreams USA Master Educator Erin Hayden and Education and Development Manager Abbie Doerr
Makeup: Burke Daniel
Photography: Monica Orozco
Fashion Stylist: Alejandro Peraza

 

LOOK 1

STEP 1: Create longer length using Laserbeamer Nano 59/59 7 Star 18” – 275 Nanos (Used 11 packs x 25)

Application time: about 2 hours

  • Section straight partings starting in nape
  • Use the nano clip to prep hair for nano application
  • Apply Hairdreams using nano
  • work up in straight rows towards crown (6 rows)

STEP 2: Add Quikkies 13/19 18” to side and top parting in editorial style (3 rows inside, 2 rows single-sided, 1st temple row and 2nd row parting – repeat on other side.  Hold hair in place with hairspray and pin to keep in place.

STEP 3: Place Top Hair #24/08

STEP 4: Cut with razor blending from front and around perimeter of face. Repeat on other side. Trim the ends at the back with a razor.

STEP 5: Style with Conical 1 ½” curling iron – curl ends all around.  Pin and secure to cool and set hair.

 

LOOK 2:

STEP 1: From the long hair look, pull hair back and cut just above shoulders.  Razor edges and blend slicing into hair – chunky V’s to frame face.

STEP 2: Choppy front outline and cut hair up and then blend hair together.  Create a mid-section that flows to length.  Style to create texture and dimension.

VIDEO: Hair Creation Makeover with Hairdreams Laserbeamer NANO

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