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Textured Bubble Pony How-To with fave4

Anne Moratto | September 3, 2014 | 9:44 AM

Textured Bubble Pony How-To with fave4

This trendy textured bubble pony is the answer to a challenge from fave4 to salons and stylists: working wth the four styling products that comprise the fave4 collection, show us your most wearable fall/winter hair looks, paired with makeup and fashion, and tag it on social media with #fave4trends.  This beautiful image comes from Chicago-based Blohaute, an on demand beauty app that brings the "Blowdry Salon" right to a client's door.

More looks will be coming from different salons around the country and fave4 is gearing up for their own trend shoot. 

GET THE TEXTURED BUBBLE PONY

Needed: Elastics, Teasing Comb, fave4 Texture Takeover hairspray, fave4 Workable Wear hairspray

STEPS:

STEP 1. Grab hair and tie into a half pony.

-Spray all over with Texture Takeover

-Tease the pony to create a very full, textured look

-Take a small strand and wrap around hair elastic to cover

STEP 2. Form teased ponytail into a round bubble.

-Gather remaining hair and secure everything with another elastic.

-Pull strands from bubble to create a fuller look.

STEP 3. Tease bottom ponytail to create a super textured look.

-Take a small strand and wrap around hair elastic to cover.

-Spray with Texture Takeover and tease as desired.

STEP 4. Spray all over with fave4 Workable Wear.

 

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