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Milbon Winter Editorial

Texture moves in many different forms. It can be expressed through textures of hair, fabric, and natural elements. To me texture is living and captured in the essence of everything. Global Creative Director: #anhcotran @milbonusa Photographer: @offthecheng
Producer: @jenn_tyk
PA: Tara Seewack DigiTech: @nd_lei 1st Asst: @coldgamedrew 2nd Asst: @yungyulz Stylist: @whiiitwhiiit Make Up: @sheardeath Hair Department:
Color Director: @itsonlyhairbychris
Education Manager: @pamelaparker__
Hair Colorist: @erin_mckay Lead Hair: @danielsunghoonkim Lead Hair: @nina.adado Hair Asst: @alexehouston …

Pro Tip: Frizzy Hair

Hair Care Tip: For Frizzy hair, I love to use @milbonusa Anti-Frizz Defrizzing Shampoo and follow by the Treatment for the ultimate frizz control. You can leave the treatment in for 15mins for a deeper effect and remember rinse. Have a good time taking care of tour hair.

Dry Cutting.

The step by step before the dry cut. Prior to blow drying, always make sure to towel dry the hair thoroughly so that excess moisture is removed from the hair and blow dry products are not diluted.

Styling Tip: Waves

Styling Tip: Before applying a finishing spray, break up the waves with your fingers. I usually use @milbonusa Dry Texturizing Spray because it’s light and versatile. Great for all types of hair texture.

Styling Tip: Humidity

Styling Tip: For humidity, especially in Miami, I use @milbonusa Anti-Frizz Shampoo, Treatment & Humidity Blocking Oil before blow drying and I finish the look off with some more oil for extra protection.

Styling Tip: Texture

Styling Tip: Using 2 types of waves to create this look: #nuwave & #livedinwave. And then finished the look with @milbonusa Dry Texturizing Spray for bounce & texture. Color: @hairbycharlie Cut/Styled: #anhcotran Photo by: @alexehouston

Styling Tip: Straight Hair

Styling Tip: For clients, I find that it’s easier to use a straightener like the cordless @dysonhair Corrale to do the #Nuwave & #livedinwaves. Instead of picking up 2 different types of tools, just use one.  @livedinhair