Thursday, June 5, 2014

Versatility of Style - Makeover

New Look - New You!

Are you looking for a great new style? Is it time to get serious about your hair and your personal style? If so, consider this fabulous and oh-so-versatile look by Carter T. Lund!

Desiree had overly long hair for her face shape with old color from many years prior and natural color regrowth. To start off her new look, Carter T. Lund of A Carter T. Lund Salon in Austin, Texas cut her hair into an extreme asymmetrical inverted bob with very strong fringe or bangs. For the color, he produced a medium blonde hue with a lot of touchable dimension.

Starting on damp hair, Carter produced a smooth look using Framesi I.dentity Hair Force, a light straightening gel, which was cocktailed (mixed) with X.pand volumizing cream and applied all over. He blow-dried sections with a round brush for control and then finished with I.dentity Shine on, a light pomade, and BY Pearl Shiner, a light shine-enhancing spray.

Going for a tousled curl, Carter applied Framesi BY Light Mist all over and curled sections of hair forward, toward Desiree’s face. Once all sections were done, he applied Framesi BY Volcanic Wax, a dry paste to his hands before running fingers through to finger-style hair into place. Last, a fine mist of BY Pearl Shiner, a light shine-enhancing spray, provided soft luster.

This cut, color and styling is perfect for the professional woman who needs a defined and confident look. Can you rock it?

Hair: Carter T. Lund
Makeup: Jaime Queenin
Photo: Taggart Winterhalter for Purely Visual

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Disclosure: No compensation was offered or taken in exchange for this feature article. I have no affiliation to any of these brands or retailers mentioned and any opinions expressed are my own. 

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