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Last updated: April 19, 2019

Pravana Launches Three New Styling Products—Check Out The Photo Shoot

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Sleek high pony by Donovan Mills (@donovanmillshair).

PRAVANA Launches Three New Styling Products Perfect For Summer

Guys, we’ve been keeping a secret. Back in January, we spent the day with PRAVANA catching a sneak peak of their new styling products. And while it’s hard to keep such a good secret to ourselves, we kept it on the low—but now we’re telling it all! Scroll down for glimpse of BTC on set for the PRAVANA photoshoot! 


Donovan Mills  creates a sleek blowout.


We got a front row seat to watch stylists BTC Team Member Donovan Mills (@donovanmillshair) and PRAVANA Collective member Neal Malek (@nealmhair) create a range of looks using the products, from sleek and straight ponys to a tousled cropped cut.


Products Used


Check these products out to add to your style arsenal: 

  • POLISH & ReUNITE: Formulated with REUNITE MENDING TECHNOLOGY™ (a combination of amino acids and plant-based polymers), this lightweight styling cream can be used as a prep on damp hair to mend split ends and create a perfectly smooth blowout (it’s also a heat protectant), or applied to styled hair for a shiny finish. 
  • TEXTURE BALM: This texture paste can do it all: give loose waves a little texture, keep a structured updo sleek or use as a braid balm to keep strands frizz free when deconstructing. 
  • FRESH: Let’s keep it real, you can NEVER have enough Dry Shampoo, especially in the summer. Clients can keep their salon styles fresh without worrying about a powdery white residue or their color fading. And honestly, this dry shampoo SMELLS HEAVENLY


Donovan preps with POLISH & ReUNITE.


Click through to see more of our day on set!

Neal's go-to styling tip: layer the products together to create a style. Start by prepping damp hair with POLISH & ReUNITE, finish a style with TEXTURE BALM and send clients home with FRESH.


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