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