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In the Artworld kit bag

From embroidery rings to lashings of super strong hairspray, the Revlon Professional Session Team reveals what they used at Artword

Emmanuel Esteban, Anne Veck Salons

Orofluido super shine light spray – to sew the hair into the mesh.

Orofluido mousse – to prep the hair before going on stage.

Revlon Professional Style Masters Double or Nothing Reset dry shampoo for the texture and Style Masters Modular hairspray to fix it.

I also painted this texture on stage with Nutri Color Creme in brown and lavender.

Revlon Professional Style Masters Glamourama – to finish!

 

Ceri Cushen, Metropolis Hairdressing

Revlon Professional Style Masters Modular Hairspray – I used this, a wide tooth comb and a clipper to cut the bulk of the hair away.

Revlon Professionals Style Masters Photo Finisher Hairspray – I layered this again and again, allowing the piece to dry in-between each coat so that we’d keep the shape of the hair.

Sarah Necia Wood, Necia’s Hairstyling

Orofluido curly mousse strong hold – to add texture before building my shape

Orofluido strong hold hairspray – as I’m working the structure as a light hold

Revlon Professional Style Masters Photo Finisher Hairspray – used at the end to keepnthat structure in place

Revlon Professional Style Masters Glamourama – to add the shine at the end

 

Carl Brown, Russell and Brown’s Vintage Salon

Revlon Professional Style Masters Modular Hairspray – for flexible hold as I worked through the style

Revlon Professional Style Masters Photo Finisher Hairspray – to set the style in place and bind my padding to create the dominant shape at the front

American Crew Pomade – to smooth the swirl shapes

Revlon Professional Style Masters Glamourama – to add shine and finish to the look

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