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Flat Iron Waves at Tom Ford Spring 2015

There’s nothing quite like an effortless flat iron wave–and leave it to Tom Ford’s show to deliver easy flat iron waves with that quintessential cool.

1.  You’ll begin at the bottom and work your way up, so start by using a clip to pin hair out of the way.

2.  Take 1 to 2 inch sections and begin to wave with a flat iron.  This effect happens when you bend the iron strongly in one direction and automatically bend in the opposite direction.

3. Once everything is waved go back through and detail.  Example: Certain pieces may need a little pick me up or more volume might be needed in the crown.  Take note that 9 times out of 10 the more you manipulate the hair, it starts to style itself.  So if you’re doubting your skill just keep going; you got this!

4.  Dry shampoo isn’t just for those days you lagged on jumping in the shower.  Spray for added height, thickness, grit, texture, and a matte finish hold.

5.  End with the infamous tool known as a hairdressers right hand, (the one and only) Mason Pearson.  Use to bump up the roots or grab random sections to fluff with a backcombing motion.


Thanks WWD for the images.

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