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HEADSTRONG by Brit Tarr

How to recreate: 1. Spray Bumble & bumble’s Prep then Thickening Hair Spray from roots to ends 2. Apply 3 hand size amounts of Full Form Mousse to roots and rough dry with hands using blowdryer 3. Section off the top and braid the sides with a small amount of Contour Creme for defined braiding 4. From the front of the head, backcomb ½” sections working through to the nape of the neck 5. Brush hair back with flat brush and use Contour Creme to piece out ends   To schedule your appointment with Brit- Brit@playhairlounge.com    Brit is also a stylist at Bluebird Salon in San Luis Obisbo.  ...
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Untamed Dame by Aly Frank

                            How to recreate: 1. Apply Bumble & bumble– Prep, Invisible Oil, and 3 handfuls of Full Form Mousse to damp hair.  2. Dry hair and spray each section with Spray De Mode before waving 1″ thick sections with a triple barrel iron 3. Separate waves with fingers and add Surf Spray for a beachy textured feel and Creme Contour through mid shaft and ends for control and separation   4. Tease roots and gather hair to side, braid a small section underneath hair and loosely wrap around rest of hair to create a textured wrapped side ponytail.  To schedule your appointment with Aly- Aly@playhairlounge.com...
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RAFFLE! for a great cause..

Win a $285 value Bumble & bumble product styling set. ALL proceeds go to Celeste (& Sydney) Corcoran, hairstylist & Boston bombing victim who lost both her legs. Raffle tickets available until Saturday at 4p.m. p!ay – $5 each. Help us reach our goal of $500! Brig will be in Boston on Monday for the Celeste-a-thon. ...
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Featured Artist- Heather Bickston

Heather Bickston is a 29 year old, starving artist who currently lives in the former coat closet of a converted hotel in Long Beach. She has been drawing all her life, and has no formal training. Previously she had been working as a graphic artist in the apparel industry until the recession hit in 2008. Since then she has taken up photography, and is currently working as the assistant photographer. She has worked mainly with oils, ink, and pencil. Her biggest influences are her grandmother, Todd Schorr, Alex Garcia, and Steve Lawson. Upon completion of most of her work, she destroys it or gives it away. There is no rhyme or reason to her art, and the pieces are never planned out beforehand. In the artist’s own words “I just scribble out whatever is in my head at that moment. Sometimes I think it’s pretty...
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