News added 21/12/17: HOLIDAY GLAM with Models 1
Working together, Models 1 teamed up with Oribe UK and Ruuby App, to create two looks for the festive break – using lots of glitter, gloss and shimmer. Oribe UK stylist Miabella Ristorp, created a simple chignon and a tousled bob on the models using Oribeâ€™s extensive line of haircare. We asked Miabella to talk us through the products and techniques she used below:
Lydia: Chic Chignon
- Firstly, use the Foundation Mist, spraying gently all over to maximize moisture in the hair
- Then, prep the hair with the Oribe Gel Serum for shine and hold
- Blow-dry the hair for a smoother look
- Next, use Swept Up on the roots for grip at the top of the head
- Then, apply Air Style at the ends of the hair for further smoothness
- Pull all the hair into a sleek ponytail
- Create a knot with all the hair in the ponytail to form a chignon â€“ a timeless, classy style that works perfectly for Christmas drinks.
Kirsty: Sleek Bob
- Firstly, spray on evenly some of the Foundation Mist to maximize moisture
- Then add a small amount of the Super Shine Serum to the ends of the hair
- Use Matte Waves and run through evenly for a beachy texture
- Blow-dry through
- Finish with Dry Texturizing Spray for a bouncy, tousled look.
Models: Lydia Graham and Kirsty Davies. Hair: Miabella Ristorp for Oribe UK. Make-up: Ruuby App. Photography: Paolo Steve.
News added 15/12/17: The Meghan Markle effect …
Following in the footsteps of Kate Middleton, we’re not surprised to see that Meghan Markle — Prince Harry’s fiancé and soon-to-be-Windsor — is having a real consumer pull with her outfits selling out in seconds. Impressive!
And this is great news for one hair brand in particular, as Meghan hails Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray as an essential aspect of her beauty arsenal. She claims: “There is nothing like a hair flip! When my hair is feeling a little weighted, Suanne, my hair artist on set, has me bend forward and she sprays a little Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray … and then has me ‘flip back hard’ to give my hair a little extra bounce.” Nice!
It’s always a boost for your sales when a product you stock receives a celebrity endorsement, and a royal endorsement? Well, that’s gold dust. Our top tip? Stock up on this spray pronto, and cash in on the Meghan Markle effect while you can!
News added 04/12/17: James Pecis styles Kendall Jenner for Vogue, November 2017
Uber-cool Oribe ambassador and editorial stylist extraordinaire James Pecis, recently teamed up with model-of-the-moment Kendall Jenner for a Vogue photoshoot in Paris. The shoot, which followed Kendall and her pals around the city of love, aimed to capture her everyday adventures during her action-packed schedule at Paris Fashion Week. For this, James created a simple, slicked-back, almost wet-look, which can be see in the featured image above, and you can get the look below:
Like your work, James!
1. Wet the hair down with Foundation Mist.
2. Apply Surfcomber Tousled Texture Mousse from toots to ends and comb through to create a sleek looks. Surfcomber has enough “stick” to keep the hair in place.
3. Add a touch of Star Glow Styling Wax around the hairline to tame stubborn short pieces, and create extra shine.
News added 07/11/17: As the assured choice of session stylists world-wide, we were lucky to get the inside scoop from Oribe on their latest collaboration with Models 1 and clothing brand, Diesel. Oribe stylist, Kieron Tudor created a number of looks on the boys channelling the rebellious Diesel spirit with coolly understated styles. So often associated with beautiful, glamorous, feminine hairstyles… it is well-worth noting that the Oribe products work just as well for the boys! Kieron aptly demonstrated this by using a spectrum of Oribe products including: Air Style Flexible Finishing Cream, Dry Texturizing Spray, Impermèable Anti-Humidity Spray, Fiber Groom Elastic Texture Paste, Superfine Hairspray and Foundation Mist. Very nice indeed.
News added 01/11/17: YES PLEASE.
Famed world-wide for their super-luxe hair products, Oribe are back with their latest innovation launching today: Gold Lust Pre-Shampoo Intensive Treatment. The benefits of this treatment are almost endless but suffice to say that this balm melts into hair, deeply moisturising and repairing while protecting against harsh aggressors such as washing, styling and pollution. Oh, and did we mention? It leaves hair softer, shinier and with restored strength. Pretty impressive, isn’t it?
Results are all down to the rich formula that as well as using the Oribe Signature Complex, also includes: sunflower and sweet almond oils, rice bran and rosemary leaf extract, a blend of coconut and macadamia oils, great mullein flower, Argan oil, glycerin (yes, we’re still going!) and a Bio-Restorative Complex, too. Very, very nice!
News added 18/10/17: It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
And these new beautifully-packaged festive offerings from Oribe will be making their way onto our (and we’re sure many of your clients) Christmas lists immediately! We’d expect nothing less than real luxury from Oribe, and these four dreamy collections – Oribe Dry Styling, Gold Lust, Travel Essentials and Cote D’Azur Body – certainly live up to expectations. We want them all! Why not add that extra element of luxury to your retail area and tempt you clients with these beauties… We’re sure they’ll be snapped up in no time.
Oribe Dry Styling collection includes:
• Gold Lust Dry Shampoo 300ml • Dry Texturizing Spray 300ml.
Gold Lust collection includes:
• Gold Lust Repair & Restore Shampoo 250ml • Gold Lust Repair & Restore Conditioner 250ml • Gold Lust Hair Oil 50ml.
Travel Essentials collection includes:
• Gold Lust Repair & Restore Shampoo 50ml • Gold Lust Repair & Restore Conditioner 50ml • Gold Lust Dry Shampoo 62ml • Cote d’Azur Eau de Parfum Rollerball 10ml • Balmessence Lip Treatment 7ml.
Cote d’Azur Body collection includes:
• Cote d’Azur Replenishing Body Wash 250ml • Cote d’Azur Restorative Body Créme 175ml • Cote d’Azur Eau de Parfum Rollerball 10ml.
News added 21/09/17: At New York Fashion Week, Oribe stylists were on flying form working on a star-studded line-up of shows including those of designers Baja East, Derek Lam and The Blonds as well as several others. Leading the charge for the Oribe hair teams was global ambassador James Pecis, director of training and content Ken Hoang and educator Joey George. We noted cool waves at Cinq à Sept; a twisted coil at Chromat; plenty of tousle and texture at Brandon Maxwell among some of our favourite looks. To get a taste for each show, browse the gallery below:
News added 22/08/17: Samantha Hillerby is one of the hair world’s editorial heavyweights – styling hair for red-carpet events and high-end fashion magazines around the world. Her picturesque hair studio in the tiny village of Swanland in East Yorkshire was selected as one of THE top 10 beauty destinations outside of London by Vogue earlier this year, too. Come meet her…
How did you get into hairdressing?
I was brought up around hair, as my mum was a hairdresser. When I was 13 years old, I asked the hairdresser for a Saturday job, and then when I left school they offered me a full time position and the rest is history!
Huge congratulations on your Vogue listing, how did that feel?
I was overwhelmed when Vogue listed me as top 10 hair/ beauty salon outside London…. what an accolade couldn’t get any better I’m very thankful.
What do you think makes Samantha Hillerby Hair Studio special?
After three months of renovations – which I loved – I opened by salon in November 2016. With 33 years of experience in the hair and fashion industry, I draw on my experiences working in London with some of the biggest names in the industry, magazines like Vogue and countless celebrities to give my clients a one-to-one service in a high-end, intimate space which they love. I feel very proud to be a salon owner.
Why did you start working with Oribe?
I had been using Oribe for a while in my session-work, and the celebs and models I work with love it. I wanted to be able to give my clients in the studio the same experience they have … Oribe products are premium, they smell gorgeous and they work! Not to mention the beautiful packaging … I feel Oribe reflects everything I’m about and my approach to hair.
What is your favourite product and why?
The very first Oribe product I used was the Dry Texturizing Spray on a photo shoot. It translates beautifully from session to salon and it’s still my favourite product.
What has been the most memorable moment of your career to date?
My goodness! I have some amazing memories and career moments from my first Vogue cover (shooting with Mario Testino) to opening my studio. It’s hard to pick!
What do you love most about our industry and what is your advice to the youngsters?
I feel privileged and fortunate to work with so many creative passionate people and been able to make women feel good about themselves. To all those young talented people out there I say: go for it and follow your dreams!
News added 18/07/17: Styling 12 different shows at New York Fashion Week: Men’s SS18, the Oribe session team certainly had their hands full – but as we’d expect, they pulled it out the bag with a collection of imaginative and super luxe looks for the boys! Oribe’s session team included seasoned sessionistas: Louis Orozco, Christian Ceja-Compin, Davide Marinelli, Kien Hoang, Nathan Nguyen, Dan Nguyen and Mandee Hernandez. Yep, some serious hairstyling talent there and some pretty great looks produced too… browse the gallery below to check out their handiwork and for a taster of each show:
News added 11/07/17: Late June and brand Oribe hosts another hugely successful Atelier event in its education series – this time with session-king Kien Hoang jetting into central London. Hoang, who is director of training and content for Oribe in NYC, jetted in especially to deliver the inspirational class to 30 top stylists in the UK. Sharing the techniques behind three luxe looks, Kien was assisted by the new Oribe UK education consultant, Miabella Ristorp. Attendees were required to recreate two of the looks demonstrated in the class, under the watchful and helpful eyes of Kien and Miabella. The Oribe Atelier events are an incredible educational opportunity to get one-on-one advice from world-renown stylists, and we think it’s a real must for any stylist who aspires to a career in session or editorial work. Browse the gallery below to get a feel for the vibe of the event, and keep checking back for information on the next event when we get it!
News added 24/05/17: Charlotte opened her first salon- the Atelier in Clapham Old Town – six years ago, and now Charlotte welcomes clients to her new venture and second salon, Charlotte Cave Store and Services. Situated on Balham High Road, the new salon combines excellence in hair and beauty with a highly curated retail area including premium skincare, hair-care and cosmetics goodies. Sounds good, doesn’t it? With more space at hand, Charlotte has even added a cinema room to the Balham salon for the ultimate relaxation experience. Find out more about the innovative services she offers here: http://charlottecave.com And in the meantime, take in the unique interior of her new salon… We think it’s lush!
News added 12/04/17: This sleek little bottle is home to Oribe’s latest hair care offering: Swept Up.
A volume powder spray, Swept Up is a texturing root-lift powder that instantly adds buildable grip and style. Sounds good already? Wait, it gets better… As well as looking seriously chic, it’s as innovative dispenser too, using a targeted, non-aerosol spray application for zero-mess. What a winner! It also leaves a semi-matte finish, and thanks to a cocktail of wonderful ingredients it has also been proven to prevent breakages, too.
There’s plenty more pluses; it’s paraben-, sulphate-, and sodium chloride-free. Colour safe AND it’s also vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free. What a little pocket rocket – give it a go we say!
News added 27/04/17: At the end of last month, Oribe hosted another wonderful Hair Wardrobe Atelier at The Worx in Parsons Green. Session-super-stylist, Nicci Walsh opened the event with three inspiring looks, that attendees would have to recreate under her watchful eye during the course of the day…
Oribe Atelier events are an incredible experience and an awesome way to get one-to-one advice direct from some of the world’s leading stylists… and with models supplied for all participants , you can really put what you have seen and learnt in the earlier part of the day straight to the test and into action. We think it’s a MUST for anyone seeking to pursue a career in session work or editorial AND a little bird tells us that there will be another Oribe Atelier later on in the year. We’ll be sure to bring you all the information as soon we get it but for now, why not browse our gallery below and get a feel for the day’s events…
News added 20/04/17: Everything about Oribe is super-luxe from the packaging to the product inside, and the new Free Styler Working Hairspray is no exception…
Ultra-fine and ultra-dry, this light mist can be layered, styled and reworked to perfection. Spray over finished looks for light, crushable hold with a touchable, satin finish or layer with other products for a stronger, more durable hold. AND, like most of the lovely Oribe products, it’s been formulated without parabens, sulfates or sodium chloride, provides UV protection, and is colour and keratin treatment safe. Yikes! Could it get better? Yes, yes it can… it’s also vegan, cruelty- and gluten-free.
News added 06/04/17: We have serious girl-crush on Karlie Kloss, and were big fans of her latest cover shoot for Vogue Australia AND then we found out that Oribe was behind the hair and loved it all the more. With dreamy Bondi Beach in the background, Karlie is rocking a slightly 80s-glam complete with shoulder pads look on the cover of Vogue Australia’s April 2017 issue. Oribe Australia editorial stylist Sophie Roberts created a care-free look on Karlie that was both uber-luxe, but dressed out in a cool and effortless way. Like it? Get the look:
- On damp hair, evenly distribute Grandiose Hair Plumping Mousse from roots to ends and shake dry.
- Add wefts in horizontal sections under the crown and at the sides of the head below the temple. Attach a color-matched fringe piece.
- Divide hair into small sections and wrap each one around a ½-inch curling iron. Set in place with pin-curl clips.
- Allow hair to cool, and use fingers to shake out the curls. Mix Supershine Moisturizing Cream and Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil in hands and work through ends for separation and shine.
- Finish with Dry Texturizing Spray for body and relaxed hold.
News added 15/03/17: Party time in Paris!
Oribe celebrated their backstage superheroes— hairstylists from across the globe—with a party to mark the end of Paris Fashion Week! A large crowd of independent stylists, most of whom spent the last four weeks creating trendsetting looks at New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks, gathered at The Red House in Paris to let their hair down and toast each other’s hard work. Oribe’s Global Ambassador, James Pecis, hosted the party along with Oribe Educators Kien Hoang, Kelly Peach, Ramona Eschbach and Ashley Brecken. We wish we’d been there… looks like A LOT of fun! #OribeObsessed
News added 28/02/17: Fresh from New York Fashion Week, we fired some quick questions at session-stylist and Oribe golden boy James Pecis to find out what makes him tick…
• What do you love most about New York Fashion Week?
NYC is a nice ease into an intense month. We have 4 cities and 4 weeks and NYC is a nice way to get into the flow. We always think of it as the warm up week. I also live in NYC so I can ride my bike to shows, which puts a smile on my face.
• What was your favourite look from NYFW this year (by you or another stylist)?
My two faves were Brandon Maxwell and Adam Selman. Brandon Maxwell was beautiful, luxurious, and sexy; and Adam was super-cool, fun, and a crowd pleaser.
• What products and/or tools do you swear by?
Oribe Maximista, Oribe Swept Up Volume Powder Spray (my new favourite) and Superfine, Adlena’s playlist, my OKO filtered water bottle, Bry (our team producer) and my super team.
• What do you enjoy most about being backstage/working at NYFW?
Getting creative with my team, putting something together in a relatively short amount of time, working in a fast paced environment. I love the challenge and to be a part of the birth place where the trends begin. After a month of shows, you start the new season already with the knowledge first hand of what is happening now.
• What do you do to relax during the buzz of NYFW?
There is not a lot of time for relaxing during this month… we try and do a team dinner in each city but sometimes that is not even an option.
• Do you remember your first ever NYFW? What was it like?
I was so eager to jump in and not ready. I remember not knowing how to cornrow and i just started a girl and it was terrible. The lead came over and pulled me away and told me not to braid because I didn’t know how. Every morning after that I practiced on a doll’s head before work.
• What has been your most memorable moment backstage?
I could never pick one moment. Every show and every season leaves wonderful memories. When ever you are challenged in high stress situations with a team, you bond over those moments and they become very special.
News added 24/02/17: A stalwart of New York Fashion Week, the Oribe Hair Care backstage team always deliver beautiful, style-defining looks season after season. For #AW17, the team worked on nine shows from Who What Wear to The Blonds and R13, pushing the boundaries of shape, style and structure at each. We’ve been watching the work of James Pecis who led the Oribe team on four shows: Brandon Maxwell, Brock, R13 and Ryan Roche with real interest. He’s a rising star in the world of session and editorial hairdressing, and at NYFW he showed that he’s no one-trick pony. At Brandon Maxwell, James created sexy, over-the-top glamour; at Brock the look was soft and feminine; at Ryan Roche there was a tomboy-like loop ponytail; and finally at R13 a revival of 90s grunge, weather beaten hair. Browse the looks below and let us know your favourite. We’ll be bringing you more from Oribe at NYFW and James Pecis very soon so keep your eyes peeled…
News added 15/02/17: Sassy and seriously beautiful, Emily Ratajkowski is the face of Vogue Espana’s February issue, and we love the windswept up-do she wears. Editorial stylist Maranda Widlund used Oribe to create a swept up, textured style. Maranda said: “We went for a classic Linda Evangelista à la ’90s Peter Lindberg look”. We love it! And if you do too, we’ve got the ‘how-to’ below:
- Begin with damp hair and blow out until dry.
- Spray Dry Texturizing Spray throughout and section hair to prepare for a pin curl set.
- Once set, let hair down and tousle, spraying Superfine Hair Spray and Gold Lust Dry Shampoo for texture.
- Finish with a touch of Après Beach Wave and Shine Spray.
News added 07/02/17: Backstage at NYFW Men’s #AW17
Mens hair might not be the first association that you have with the super-luxe Oribe, but at New York Fashion Week: Men’s the brand styled hair at 13 different shows. Displaying the versatility of their session stylists, the Oribe educators created tons of unique looks but each with a defining theme of texture. This was a huge trend from London Fashion Week: Men’s back in January, and we expect it to continue throughout 2017 in both male and female hair. Quick! Get your Oribe Dry Texturising Spray at the ready!
News added 30/01/17: Nicole Kidman for Vogue Australia.
Editorial stylist Sophie Roberts was on hand to capture and enhance the natural beauty of Academy Award-winning actress Nicole Kidman for Vogue Australia’s January 2017 cover. To give the always-elegant Nicole an ethereal vibe, Sophie “kept the look easy and informal to go along with the rest of the shoot.
Want to recreate the look?
We’ve got the step-by-step and all products you’ll need:
- Prep hair with Gold Lust Repair and Restore Shampoo and Conditioner.
- Dampen hair with Run-Through Detangling Primer. Mix Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil and Supershine Moisturizing Cream in your hands and apply to the hair from roots to ends. Comb through. The added moisture and shine will enhance naturally curly hair.
- Take small sections of hair and twist each one around the fingers for separation. Gently diffuse dry.
- Finish with Après Beach Wave and Shine Spray for light hold and shine, using the product to touch up throughout the day when needed.
- Use bobby pins to pin the hair at the mid-section of the head.
Voila! Browse the beautiful looks below:
News added 16/01/17: Shine bright!
Introducing the new Silverati range from Oribe! The super-luxe Shampoo and Conditioner duo have been developed specifically to illuminate and enhance grey and white hair. The formula brightens, removing yellow tones and removing dullness from all hair types. And the benefits don’t stop there; intensely-hydrating Silverati softens and tames aging hair whilst improving elasticity and flexibility of brittle strands.
Both shampoo and conditioner use Oribe Signature Complex which defends hair from oxidative stress, photo-aging and the deterioration of natural keratin. It also protects against environmental aggressors that can have both drying and colour-depleting effects on the hair. Yikes! Combined with the plethora of benefit-giving ingredients including: Moringa Seed Oil, Shea Butter, Hydrolysed Plant Protein, Blue & Silver Pigments and European Silver Fir Extract to name just a few… We can’t wait to get our hands on it and expect the rest of the industry will feel just the same…
News added 20/10/16: Oribe Beauty
We’re utterly thrilled by the news that Oribe is bringing all its know-how on creating anti-ageing, radiant and protecting hair products to the beauty market. [Sigh – take a moment to absorb news please] Oh yes! In our view, Oribe Beauty is a natural progression for this designer brand, which is using the same lab to create a uniquely-curated collection of 18 make-up, skincare and bodycare products to sit in harmony with the haircare we know and adore. Look! Even the packaging is in synergy. And there is a seductive choice of hair accessories and brushes to bring to the mix. Carefully devised as an essential collection – featuring just a few carefully considered colour or care choices – this inaugural beauty range is akin to a couture collection for beauty aficionados. We have a love affair with all things Oribe and foresee no bleeding hearts, ever. This will run and run…
News added 11/03/16: The Oribe team was back behind the catwalk in Paris, where they created some astounding looks for Gauchere, Jourden, Jacquemus and Y Project. Ramona Eschbach used all her session nous to pull off some seriously chic looks. Let us know which are your favourites…
Hair by Ramona Eschbach
Hair by Ramona Eschbach
Hair by Ramona Eschbach
Y Project AW16
Hair by Ramona Eschbach
News added 24/02/16: The Oribe team was out in full force at NYFW AW16 creating a range of hair looks from stunningly editorial to sweetly simplistic—to complement the designers’ Autumn/Winter 2016 collections.
Hair by Ramona Eschbach
Inspired by British building designers Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll who combined formal and informal to modernize English estates while keeping their authentic beauty intact, Adam Lippes’ Fall/Winter 2016 collection presents with silk jacquards, velvet burnouts, Japanese denim and metallic lames—all of which stand the true test of time. Lead stylist Ramona Eschbach creates a classic shape with a slightly imperfect finger wave style and encouraged texture to complement the timeless sophistication of the line.
Hair by Tomo Jidai
Nicole Miller’s Fall 2016 collection draws inspiration from Nordic influences, from the topography and folklore of the region to knits and ceramics. The icy essence of the designs, balanced by a spirit of coziness and whimsy, is beautifully reflected by lead hairstylist Tomo Jidai’s simple, effortlessly Scandi-chic hair.
Hair by James Pecis
Inspired by the ’80s and female icons like Paloma Picasso and Tina Chow, Jill Stuart’s Fall 2016 collection embraces a moody but feminine opulence with textured fabrics in jewel-toned hues. Enhanced by rich embellishments, ruffles, and luxurious fabrics that are quintessential to Jill Stuart’s design DNA, the line is perfectly complemented by the edgy ’70s-goth waves created by lead hairstylist James Pecis.
Hair by James Pecis
Staying true to the brand heritage, EDUN’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection celebrated organic fabrics and artisanal craftsmanship. Inspired by Morocco, diversity and taking handmade artisanal items and incorporating them into fashion, lead hairstylist James Pecis created a beautifully textured ponytail that was light and airy to complement the collection. On some of the models he incorporated reworked buttons as hair accessories to reflect the theme of the show.
Hair by Kien Hoang
Presenting a fresh take on the bohemian gypsy, Veronica Beard’s Fall 2016 collection embraces a free-flowing, unstructured aesthetic with a light romantic ease. Lead hairstylist Kien Hoang explored a similar effortless femininity for the hair, creating a natural texture that is characterized by a light wave bend on the lengths and softly gathered at the nape of the neck.
Hair by James Pecis
Brandon Maxwell’s sophomore collection is a feminine and unapologetic love letter to the city of New York. Lead stylist James Pecis intensified the designer’s homage to the city’s greatness by drawing inspiration from the sexy uptown girl venturing downtown. To further strengthen the presentation of Maxwell’s art-deco-infused, modern take on power suiting and evening wear, each model walked down the runway with a unique hair look.
Hair by Kien Hoang
This season The Blonds Fall/Winter 2016 collection tells the story of twisted self-discovery through glamorous rose-tinted lenses in The Blonds Wonderland. Inspired by a Gregg Araki-Quentin Tarantino reinvention of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, lead stylist Kien Hoang creates an anarchic art piece that complements the showstopping line. Each ultra-high ballerina ponytail explodes with whipped strands and wild shades of pink.
News added 15/02/16:
Anna Kendrick, Grammys Red Carpet 2016
Hair by Craig Gangi
Anna Kendrick was a showstopper as she sashayed and posed her way down the red carpet to the 58th annual Grammy Awards Monday evening. The Pitch Perfect star, who turned heads in a sultry black Emanuel Ungaro dress, wowed with an off-the-shoulder hairstyle by Craig Gangi that kept her high mesh neckline on display. “The style was an homage to David Bowie and ’70s glam rock,” said Craig. “The hair had to be ultra sexy with a rock ‘n roll Grammy edge.”
News added 29/01/16: Giambattista Valli – Paris Fashion Week 2016
Hair by James Pecis
Oribe Global Ambassador James Pecis pulled out all the stops—and the throwback ’90s elastic strap headband—to playfully contrast with Giambattista Valli’s 2016 haute couture collection. The gorgeous gowns, most toting refined tulle and frills, inspired Pecis to go low-key with the style. See the step-by-step guide below.
Get the Look:
- Prep hair with Maximista Thickening Spray and blast dry with a blow dryer.
- Wrap sections around a 1-inch curling iron to achieve a soft bend in the hair.
- Combine Supershine Light Moisturizing Cream and Rough Luxury Soft Molding Paste and work both products through mid-lengths for strength and definition.
- Pull hair into a low ponytail, making sure to leave a subtle part on the right side.
- To finish, fashion an elastic band under the ponytail and drag it back away from the face about one inch from the hairline.
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