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Get the Look: Angel Brinks/Ted Gibson Faux Hawk

February 12, 2018 | 10:22 AM
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Recreate the faux hawk featured at Angel Brinks Fall/Winter 2018 runway show by following these steps:

-Start by parting the hair from the recession points in the front of the head down to the nape of the neck to form a V section and gather.

-Apply L’oreal Professionnel Tecni Art’s Architexture to the two sections of hair left out on the sides for added grip.

-Braid the two sections using a dutch braid technique.

-Then, take your V parted section and spray with L’oreal Professionnel Tecni Art’s Infinium 4 holding spray. Back comb the section for extreme texture and volume.

-Next, divide the V section in four to five sections, depending on the hair’s density and form loose, airy balls, securing each with hair pins.

-Finish with L’oreal Professionnel Infinium 6 holding spray to hold it all in place.

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