How-To: Halo Braid and High-Top Pony
How-To: Halo Braid
This halo braid is the perfect combination of classic and cool. It was created for the Nolcha Shows at Fall/Winter 2016 New York Fashion Week by ECRU New York Creative Director, Lisa Lobosco. Here’s how you can recreate the look behind the chair.
1. Use Silk Texturizing Balm to start your French Braid behind the left ear, using a circular pattern to create a Halo around the head.
2. Tuck the end of the braid behind the ear underneath the start point.
3. Using your palm of your hand, move in a circular motion around the hairline to create a soft, wispy effect.
4. Finish with Sunlight Styling Spray.
How-To: High-Top Pony
This high-top pony was created for the Nolcha Shows at Fall/Winter 2016 New York Fashion Week by ECRU New York Creative Director, Lisa Lobosco. We all know anyone can rock a ponytail, and now your clients can look like they just stepped off the catwalk with this high-fashion ‘do. Here’s how Lisa made it happen.
1. Blow-dry the hair straight using Silk Nectar Serum.
2. Pull the hair back into a ponytail on top of the head, using multiple hair ties to lift
ponytail off of the scalp.
3. Use the section of hair underneath the ponytail to wrap around and hide hair ties.
4. Spray ends heavily with Sunlight Finishing Spray MAX, then wrap ponytail around and heat up with blow dryer to secure.
How-To: Inspired Brigitte Bardot
This Bardot-esque style was created for the Malan Breton Spring/Summer 2016 show by ECRU New York Creative Director, Lisa Lobosco. Here’s how you can recreate this high-fashion look in your salon.
1. Curl hair with large-barrel curling iron, spraying each section of hair with Sunlight Styling Spray. Then shake it out.
2. Use your fingers as a comb and tease the hair all over.
3. Lift and spray hair with Sunlight Styling Spray.