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HOW-TO: An Effortless Hair Style for Multi-Taskers

Lauren Salapatek | August 23, 2017 | 10:24 AM
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Step 1: Using a 1 ¼” iron, start by curling the sides and bottom sections away from the face. Twist each section, leaving the last 2” out to create an undone look.
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Step 2: Curl the top section and crown. Take large, long triangular sections and twist them into the iron tightly at the base, leaving the last 2” out.
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Step 3: Move the iron quickly so the hair doesn’t have a firm shape, but stays smooth.
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Step 4: After working through the entire head, shake hair out. To deconstruct curls, apply T.B.DTM Multi-Tasking Styler thoroughly through hair and down towards the ends.
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Style Lab by Living Proof products allow you to unleash your artistry and create endless, lasting styles. In this series, Living Proof took four real people and transformed them into style personas to inspire you. 

Enya's Look

Jerome's Look

Lexi's Look (Coming Soon)

MARIE'S LOOK:

Prep: Spray Texture Mist on damp hair and blow dry using hands. 

Step 1: Using a 1 ¼” iron, start by curling the sides and bottom sections away from the face. Twist each section, leaving the last 2” out to create an undone look.

Step 2: Curl the top section and crown. Take large, long triangular sections and twist them into the iron tightly at the base, leaving the last 2” out.

Step 3: Move the iron quickly so the hair doesn’t have a firm shape, but stays smooth.

Step 4: After working through the entire head, shake hair out. To deconstruct curls, apply T.B.DTM Multi-Tasking Styler thoroughly through hair and down towards the ends. 

For more information visit http://www.livingproof.com/buy/style-lab.

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