To celebrate the return of Revenge on ABC this Sunday March 8th, department head hair Lori Rozman gave us some tips on to re-create the star character's signature hairstyle -- Emily Thorne!
Here's how to steal this gal's hair style swag:
To get started after shampooing and lightly conditioning the ends, Lori sprays Emily's hair with White Sands Liquid Texture Firm Hold Styling Spray ($20), scrunching the product into her hair. "This gives just the right amount of texture, hold and soft movement with thermal protection," she told us.
"To create added volume while blow drying, I gently lift and move Emily's hair in various directions with my hands, followed by a medium round brush to create additional volume and bend to the ends," the lead stylist explained.
Rozman also loves the CHI Touch Screen Dryer ($200). "It easily gives me the temperature and air flow settings I need with just a touch of a finger. Once dry, I section Emily's hair into 3 different parts: top, sides and back leaving the nape area free," she explained. "This is vital because you need to have constant control over the hair at all times so you do not miss any areas."
Next, Loris uses a 1 1/2" Dura CHI Curling Iron ($60) to create luscious loose curls. To achieve natural looking curls and/or hide any partings, take uneven shaped partings and sections, then wrap the sections around the inside of the barrel and hold for 10 seconds. Clip each curl and allow them to cool.
For longer lasting hold for long days on the set, the hair expert sprays each of Emily's curl with White Sands Infinity Hairspray ($22).
"To style, remove all the clips and rub a small amount CHI Silk Infusion ($26) on your hands and finger tips," Lori said. "Gently run your fingers through the curls to loosen. For silky loose curls, take random sections and run your fingers through to separate and define."
This article was originally published on Fashiontimes.com
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