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American Crew How-To for Chris Pine's Handsome Hair

Anne Moratto | September 18, 2016 | 10:12 AM
Chris Pine attends a Screening Of CBS Films' 'Hell Or High Water' at the ArcLight Hollywood on August 10, 2016 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Getty Images) (photo credit: Getty Images: Todd Williamson / Contributor)
Photo By Getty Images: Todd Williamson / Contributor

In his new film "Hell or High Water," Chris Pine plays a reluctant bandit who steals from the banks to save the family ranch.  And he performs these highjinks in high style, with his hair looking ever-cool and current.  American Crew All Star Sarah Adams says the right product can help recreate this daring 'do. 

Hell or High Water Hair How-To

Step 1: Towel dry your hair fresh out of the shower. (Long hair needs conditioner, don’t forget!) Using American Crew Alternator spray, apply a one pump dosage to each side of your head, and then one on each the front, top, and back of your head.

Step 2: Run your fingers through your hair to distribute the product. If you’re using a blow dryer, continue finger styling with the air flow targeting to the back. The hair should look smooth but loose.

Step 3: Lastly, if you need a heavier product application, add either two more pumps of the Alternator and distribute through hair or a small dosage of American Crew Forming Cream for weight and medium shine.

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