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July 20, 2011

Martino Cartier’s Celebrity-Inspired Styling How-Tos

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Martino Cartier’s Celebrity-Inspired Styling How-Tos

Martino Cartier is fun, energetic and always ready to lend a helping hand and expertise. With the recent launch of the new Keratin Complex Style Therapy collection, we asked Martino to share some hot celebrity-inspired styling how-tos using these new products. Here’s how he would “get the look” for Jennifer Aniston, Taylor Swift and J-Lo.

HOW-TO STEPS

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    “This look is sleek but with subtle volume, which makes it current and modern.  To create this look, you will need to do a “brush set” using 6-8, 2 ½-3” Keratin Complex Ceramic Round Brushes as rollers,” says Martino.

    Step 1: Wash hair and towel dry.
    Step 2: Apply Keratin Complex Lift Off Root Amplifying Styling Gel throughout the root area. 
    Step 3: Part hair in the middle and take 1-2” sections, over-directing the hair (hair needs to go in the opposite direction from where it starts – left to right or vice-versa) as you wrap the hair around the brush.  Blow dry completely. Continue sectioning, over-directing and drying section by section.
    Step 4: Take a 1-2” sections, starting at the crown, and wrap each section around an individual brush, pulling the hair forward towards the forehead into each “brush set.” 
    Step 5: When you have all your sections wrapped and brushes set it place, spray the entire head with Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray. Let set for 10 minutes to lock in volume. Remove brushes and run your fingers through the hair to style.

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    “By following these easy steps you’ll be able to create totally modern, slightly deconstructed updo in less than 15 minutes that will last all night long,” says Martino.

    Step 1: Wash and towel dry hair.
    Step 2: Work a generous amount of Keratin Complex Vita Volume Boosting Foam throughout. 
    Step 3: Use a 2” Keratin Complex Ceramic Round Brush and start drying hair in sections.  NOTE:  When you pull the brush out of each section of hair, spin the brush as you pull away from the head to create a spiral formation. 
    Step 4: After hair is completely dry, spray the entire head with Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray. Taking your Keratin Complex 4 –in-1 Kera Curler 1 ¼” barrel wrap large sections around the barrel moving away from the head. TIP: Do not twist. Keep sections flat so they look like ribbons around the rod.  Repeat this process throughout the entire head. 
    Step 5: Spray the sections again with Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray. Run fingers through hair to create a loose, tousled effect.
    Step 6: Pull all the hair back loosely and gather above the nape.  Using XL bobby pins interlock the hair at the nape and start securing these sections with pins.  Layer the curls on top of one another, pin and repeat. 
    Step 7: Finish with another round of Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray.

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    “In just seven easy steps you can create your own version of Jennifer’s loose, beautiful look,” said Martino.

    Step 1: Wash and towel dry.
    Step 2: Spray root area of hair with Keratin Complex Lift Off Root Amplyfying Styling Gel. Next, layer Keratin Complex Vita Volume Boosting Foam throughout.
    Step 3: Blow dry hair, over-directing each section as you go. TIP: Secure each section as a brush set and allow them to cool.
    Step 4: Once sections have cooled, spray the entire head with Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray.
    Step 5:
    Next, take your Keratin Complex 4 –in-1 Kera Curler 1 ½” barrel and wrap each section as if you were doing a barrel curl. Secure each curl to head with a pin curl clip and allow them to cool.
    Step 6: Once curls have cooled, remove clips and emulsify a dime-sized amount of Keratin Complex Glowtion Potion Styling Oil in your palms and work throughout each section.
    Step 7: Finish with Keratin Complex Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray.

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