Tress to impress

Tress to impress
ESSENCE.COM Aug, 27, 2008

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Marvin A. Carrington (macstyle.net) shows how to stay on top with a look that is sleek and stylish. Keep it simple. After shampooing and conditioning, Carrington blow-dried and flat-ironed the model’s short layers.

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A low-maintenance cut like this layered bob keeps its shape as it grows out. After shampooing and blow-drying, O’Kieffe straightened the hair with a flat iron. “You can rock this great cut many ways—conservatively, with smooth curls, or in a soft low ponytail,” she says.

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After cutting damaged ends into light layers, stylist Heather O’Kieffe of the Time Salon in Brooklyn added big waves with a large curling iron. You can also achieve this look by setting hair on large rollers.

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For more head-turning styles, check out the March issue of Essence.

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