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d zzling h ir styles
The Ne w Spin on Retro Gl amour
Ombre highlights coupled with natural pin up curl
Styling with pin curl technique is back, only now
you’ll ask for a looser, natural pin up with movement
and flow to take you out on the town.
Perfect for: Any facial structure.
Best Hair Type: Medium length hair of all types. It's
particularly good for enhancing thickness to thinning
hair or texture to heavy hair.
Dress it up: Ask for a natural series Ombre that
graduates from a dark espresso to a golden blond.
Add smokey eyes for extra drama.
Ultra Sleek Metro Modern
A nod to the original Twiggy cut, only with an Asian twist
Perfect for: The heart shaped face. The mom
who has petite, delicate features with high, defined
cheekbones will enjoy this one-step styling.
Best Hair Type: Straight, sleek.
Dress it up: Go for accentuated eyelashes and
dramatic lips.
(NOTE: Watch out for those cowlicks and/or thick, curly hair.
They can undermine the straight lines of this elegant look.)
Northwest Mom Magazine’s hair and makeup
stylist, Lauren Lukehart, has gathered a selection
of sleek and enchanting hairstyles that will dazzle
your holiday look. Take this issue with you to your
stylist, complete with stylist notes, to get the look.
The Season’s Best Bob
One-length jawline bob with a pixie style swept bang
Ballerina Bun
European classic elegance for the ticket holder to the season’s finest events
Quick, “out the door ” ten-minute style gives head
turning sophistication for any occasion.
Starting with a scalp-to-ends clarifying shampoo treatment, Lauren
recommends Loma natural hair care products made in Monroe, WA.
Perfect for: Square, diamond, oblong faces.
Best Hair Type: Thin to medium hair textures. Perfect
for those with natural volume!
Dress it up: Go for a red-toned color for the season!
(NOTE: Blow dry using a good quality pomade, such as
Paul Mitchell’s Foaming Pomade.)
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Perfect for: Oval or square faces.
Best Hair Type: Long.
Dress it up: Opt for sparkled earrings and an off-the-shoulder dress.
(NOTE: Placement is everything: High on the head gives an Asian flair, while just at
the crown of your head gives the classical ballet effect pictured here; low at nape of
the neck sends a more mature signal. Targeted backcombing will be the key.)
Holiday Issue 2014
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