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Classic '60s-Inspired Hairstyle by Sebastian's Anthony Cole

Anne Moratto | June 11, 2015 | 9:22 AM
Hair by Anthony Cole, Sebastian Professional International Artist

A voluminous, classic '60s inspired hairstyle looks right, right now, and Sebastian Professional Stylist Design Team Member Anthony Cole, shares how to get this sexy, girl-group look.

Sixties Classic How-To:

  1. Apply Sebastian Professional Mousse Forte to wet hair and then blow dry while combing hair slightly back
  2. Taking 2 inch sections, curl hair under from tip to root, secure with pins and set by spraying Sebastian Professional Shaper Zero Gravity on each section
  3.  Once hair has cooled, unpin curls and lightly brush hair out while applying Sebastian Professional Shine Shaker
  4. Finish with Sebastian Professional Shine Define

Cole suggests the following combination of stylers to achieve:

Mousse Forte  –  Strong hold mousse that creates strong-lasting de-frizzed waves

Shaper Zero Gravity – Dry, brushable lightweight control hairspray

Shine Shaker – Ultra-Light, high gloss spray, creates a luminous mirror-shine

Shine Define –Flexible hold spray that delivers extraordinary shine and provides thermal protection

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