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PS: Has this always been your technique? When did you see it start to catch fire? ACT: Over the years, it's one thing I for sure always loved, but I never "got" it. I never got to the point where I could reduplicate it. And that's the thing when you're a young stylist. I would do trial and error, and I'd fine-tune it, and I'd think "let's find a process to formulate, a process to achieve this look." It took me 10-12 years to say, "Sh*t, I can do this on every type of hair!" But it's not ...

The Road to His Signature Style

PS: Has this always been your technique? When did you see it start to catch fire? ACT: Over the years, it's one thing I for sure always loved, but I never "got" it. I never got to the point where I could reduplicate it. And that's the thing when you're a young stylist. I would do trial and error, and I'd fine-tune it, and I'd think "let's find a process to formulate, a process to achieve this look." It took me 10-12 years to say, "Sh*t, I can do this on every type of hair!" But it's not ...

Hair How-To: The Double Dutch Braid Bun

Twisted low bun

THE LOOP (Columbine)

Twisted low bun

DIY Balayage Highlights: For each individual thin highlight, tease the hair near the scalp (this helps the highlight look more natural, and eliminates the "line") , next apply bleach about two- three inches away from scalp. Wrap in Saran Wrap, to watch processing...

DIY Balayage Highlights: For each individual thin highlight, tease the hair near the scalp (this helps the highlight look more natural, and eliminates the "line") , next apply bleach about two- three inches away from scalp. Wrap in Saran Wrap, to watch processing...

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Half French Twist Step by Step Tutorial

Half French Twist Step by Step Tutorial

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