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Pinned Pretty: French Braids and Updos Using Oribe's Dry Texturizing Spray

Alison Alhamed | October 16, 2018 | 8:07 AM
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Prep hair with Oribe Swept Up Volume Powder Spray and tease the crown. Place large gold bobby pins in triangle shapes like a crown across the back of head. Brush remaining hair upward while using Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray to create desired volume. 

 

Oribe Hair Care invited its network of stylists and salons to celebrate the brand’s 10-year anniversary by creating a striking collection using the cult classic Dry Texturizing Spray.

The challenge: Capture multiple looks on camera using Dry Texturizing Spray that are worthy of a MODERN SALON feature.

The big winner: Saretta Bowerman, owner and stylist at Blue Water Salon in Naples, Florida.

Bowerman was inspired by the packaging of the 10th anniversary edition of the product as she developed her collection.

“I wanted to emulate the shapes of the sequins that cover the bottle in the hair, while also carrying over the color theme of gold and black with hints of texture,” Bowerman says.

“Saretta’s collection has it all: glamourous, yet trendy and wearble, styles featuring her signature styling techniques,” says MODERN SALON’s Editor in Chief Alison Alhamed, who judged the contest. “These looks stand the test of time yet are so on-trend for today’s special-occasion client.”

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