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NYFW Men's How-To: Oribe for Krammer & Stoudt

Elizabeth Jakaitis | February 3, 2016 | 2:56 PM
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Krammer & Stoudt’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection featured an eclectic mix of influences from punk rock to California cool to Western. The hairstyles created by lead stylist Louis Orozco for Oribe were similarly versatile—the mussed-up hair of a boxer meets a rugged ’50s fellow with a tousled pompadour.

 

GET THE LOOK:

 

1. Prep hair with Oribe Gel Sérum from roots to mid shaft.
 

2. Spritz Oribe Maximista Thickening Spray over the Gel Sérum to give a unique texture.
 

3. Add Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray to create grit and expansion. Leave the ends clean for now.
 

4. Blow dry the root to expand the texture. Once dry, lightly mist Dry Texturizing Spray on the ends to mattify. You can also hairspray the hair in alternate spots to give an unexpected combination of textures. 

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