Audrey Hepburn-Inspired Look – ECRU New York

| May 8, 2015 | 2 Comments

Audrey Hepburn-Inspired Look – ECRU New York

1) Section a 2 inch fringe at the front and part that out of the way to incorporate later.
2) Then take the rest of the hair and make a high ponytail at the crown of the head. Smooth the sides and back using Sunlight Styling Spray.
3) Now take the front from step 1 and sweep it over to one side and connect it to the ponytail securing it with another hair tie. The sweep of the fringe should be kept high to give a short fringe look exposing the eyebrows. Use Sunlight Styling Spray to help control the direction of the sweep.
4) Curl the ponytail; spray Sunlight Finishing Spray MAX onto small enough sections that fit into a 1 inch diameter curling iron
5) Take a small piece from the ponytail (1cm diameter). Saturate that piece using Sunlight Holding Spray and wrap that piece around the hair tie, covering the hair tie. Take a curling iron and rest the barrel of the iron on the wrapped piece, going all the way around to help meld the wrapped hair to the ponytail.
6) Pump 1-2 drops of Silk Nectar Serum into your hands and lightly break apart the curls in the ponytail. Brush curls into a soft wave. 6) For a good hold, spray the look with Sunlight Finishing Spray MAX.

Audrey Hepburn-Inspired Look – ECRU New York

James Bond-Inspired Look By ECRU New York

1.) Part off the sides and slick tight with Sunlight Finishing Spray MAX. 2.) Apply Volumizing Silk Mist to remaining hair.
2.) Blow dry up and back creating a pompadour.
3.) Spray with Sunlight Styling Spray.

ECRU New York – Cosmetic Hair Care

Silk proteins are the highest grade protein ingredients that are created from the hydrolysis of silk fibers. They are actually “the inner part” of silk removed during this process. Originally, this ingredient was only used in high-grade skincare, however when applied to hair, silk proteins form a transparent protective film that seals the hair cuticle increasing elasticity, natural shine and further preventing damage to the hair.

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