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FASHION WEEK: HOW TO by T. Cooper for Andis

Maggie Mulhern | February 15, 2013 | 9:15 AM
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Take small sections from the ponytail and wrap horizontally in a large curling iron.
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Small sections are pulled out and roushed to the base of the ponytail.
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Start with a strong foundation on top. Tease small sections along the top and smooth the front section over the teased section.
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Isolate sections from the temple to behind the ear to be used later. Take the rest of the hair and create a ponytails at the nape.
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Take small sections from the isolated sides and direct to the opposite side, securing under the ponytail.
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Small sections are criss crossed as shown. The ends are twisted around the elastic and secured.
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T. Cooper of Metro Look, lead hairdresser for the Danelle Izzajaye Dungca's One10Collection presented yesterday at New York Fashion Week, created beautiful silhouettes for her models.

After creating a firm but smooth foundation on top, the hair is gathered at the nape and secured in a ponytail. Side sections are criss crossed in a basket weave pattern and secured under and around the elastic. The hair falling from the ponytail is curled in either a curling iron (one inch Andis Titanium Curling Iron) or ribbon curled (Andis Curved Edge Titanium Flat iron). After curling, small sections are pulled out and "push curled" to the base of the ponytail.

"It's a beautiful romantic finish," says T. Cooper. "It's an unstructured but tasteful look...and perfect for the gorgeous collection."

Here she breaks down the look and offers a HOW TO.

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