Alison Alhamed | November 8, 2017 | 12:20 PM
BabylissPRO designer Avee Essex created a classic wave by alternating curl patterns with a Nano Titanium 1" iron. She combed through with Aquage Uplifting Foam and finished with Aquage Beyond Shine.
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BabylissPRO designer Tanya Singleton and colorist Cali Trustel used Rusk Deepshine Color 5.8 chocolate on prelightened hair, and Deepshine direct yellow and green on the ends. To style, the team used Aquage Defining Gel and the BabylissPRO Rapido dryer, then smoothed with BabylissPRO Prima3000, locking with Aquage Freezing Spray.
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The team used Deepshine direct blue and purple on pre-lightened hair, mixed with clear to create a subtle multi-tonal color effect. Aquage Defining Gel helped create the tight, coiled strands around her face, and kept the back loose and natural. They finished the look with Aquage Beyond Shine, diffusing with the BabylissPRO Rapido Dryer.
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BabylissPRO designer Miranda Phipps braided the model’s natural locks and tapered the sides with BaBylissPRO fx880 clipper, then lined him up with the Volare x2 trimmer. The look was sealed with Aquage Beyond Shine and diffused with the Rapido dryer.
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At the recent Bronner Bros. show in Atlanta, Kevin Kirk and team BabylissPRO won the annual Hair Battle for the fourth time. As Kirk and team prepped, Luis Alvarez, VP of marketing and creative, brought the models outside to photograph the beauty.

Creative Director: Kevin Kirk for BabylissPRO
Photographer: Luis Alvarez
Makeup: Chandra Cook and Ameerria Waller

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