2 Hairstyle Ideas for Your Retro Halloween Costumes!
Evo's Modern Day Beehive
1 . Prep hair with mr fantastic. section the hair into three. using a low side parting create a clean section at the top of the head to the top of the ears. then create a clean section from the top of the ears across the crown.
2 . At the back gather the hair up high on the crown, secure with a mr fantastic hair bungee
3 . Add haze styling powder to the mid section and back comb using your fingers
4 . Roll the hair under and pin securely
5 . At the front sweep the hair, twist and pin
6 . Finish with helmut light
About Grant Norton
At the age of 14 grant began his hairdressing career as a ‘saturday-boy’, working his way up the ranks of toni & guy until he owned and operated multiple salons across australia. Drawn to educating hairdressers, grant ran the toni & guy creative team in australia, whilst focusing on creating photographic collections.
During his career grant has won numerous awards and had his work published internationally, grant’s accolades include: (i) australian hair expo educator of the year finalist 2009 / 2010 / 2011 (ii) ahfa men’s hairdresser of the year finalist 2005 / 2006 / 2007 (iii) ahfa hairdresser of the year finalist 2007 / 2009 / 2010 / 2011 (iv) winner toni & guy international photographic collection 2008 (v) ahfa mens hairdresser of the year 2004 (vi) ahfa men’s hair dresser of the year finalist 2014 since 2011 grant has worked alongside the evo® founder, gavin von gavin, creating evo® education content and managing the evo® international team of educators.
He has run shows in countries such as south africa, hong kong, denmark, germany, the uk, and the usa to name a few. Grant develops all collections, including the 2014 creative cutting and colouring collectives for evo®. passionate educator, award-winning platform artist; all round good bloke. Grant Norton.
Pinup Halloween Look
1. Apply L’Oréal Professionnel True Grip Texturizing Powder at the roots to thicken hair and add volume.
2. Apply a small amount of Kerastase Fiber Architecte to ends to create a sleek structure.
3. Part hair to the side and set aside a small section of
hair at the front. Using a thin flat iron, curl the rest of the
hair in sections.
4. Grab a small section of hair, backcomb the roots and spray with hair spray, then twist the end into a pin curl and secure it around the bun with pins.
5. Repeat with all sections of the hair. When working on the top and side sections of hair, push the hair forward into a
bump or “beehive look” and continue to twist the ends into pin curls and pin them back to the bun.
6. Take the front section of hair that was set aside and curl with a curling iron. Tease the roots and spray with
hairspray. Secure into a victory curl.
About the Author:
Graziella Lembo is a senior stylist at SalonCapri in Boston. A TONI&GUY Beauty Academy graduate, Graziella studied under some of the industry’s top beauty experts including Nancy Braun, Ryan Teal and SalonCapri’s matriarch Gina Penna. She specializes in editorial styling, evening looks and specialty cut and color techniques such as Balayage highlights.
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