Jodi-Ann Lawrence, Gleaner Writer
It is that time of year to get glammed up and pull out the stops for those balls and galas that you are receiving invites to. Flair's 'The Season is Hair' sought out the expertise of Salon Innovation to find and create the perfect style for those extravagant events.
Steps to achieve Cascade of Curls
1 Hairstylist Donna Greenwood washed model Camille Campbell's hair with Design Essentials shampoo and super moisturising conditioner.
2 Afterwards, Morfose hair mousse was placed over the hair while still wet before it was blow-dried, to help give the hair more volume.
3 Hair is then blow-dried.
4 Hair is then parted into small sections with Fantasia Olive Oil and Firm Hold Spritz Hair Spray is applied to each section before it was curled. Curling iron was held vertically so that it fell into spiral curl.
5 After all curls was done, hairstylist Kerry Spencer took over to make the pin-up. From the side and at the front, she picked up three curls and twined it to look like a flat twist towards the top of model's hair, and pinned to secure. She repeated three times and did the same for the opposite side. At the end, the hair would give a Mohawk effect.
6 Beaded hair accessories were pinned where the flat twist stopped and curls began. People can experiment with hair accessories of their
Salon Innovation, after preparing the ball hair, ensured that Camille had on the make-up fit for a night at the ball. If you are unable to do this style on your own, Salon Innovation is located at Shop 41, New Kingston Shopping