Hairstylist Sean James and his team used Rene Furterer products to create darling ‘dos that are sure to satisfy any gal who fancies nostalgic strands. As for makeup, black eyeliner and sultry red lips completed the pinup-look.
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This look is all about 1940s glamour and to prep for locks Sean James started with René Furterer Volumea Volumizing Foam. "We worked the foam through the hair with a brush," says Sean, "quickly blow-drying hair to smooth out any frizziness. The Volumea foam helps to set the hair."
Next, Sean created a side part for the ultimate 1940s drama and then sprayed a three-inch wide section of hair with a lightweight finishing spray before he coiled it around a one-inch curling iron rod. "We use the spray to set the hair as its very malleable. When I see a little steam rise, I know the hair is set. After the rod slips out, we secure the curl with a pin-curl clip." Once the curls cooled, the clips were removed and hair was brushed through with a boar bristle brush.
The sexy cat-eye was achieved with Jouer black liquid eyeliner along with Make Up Forever lashes. Jouer Lipstick in Simone (available at JouerCosmetics.com for $22)—a striking bright red—gave each girl a voluptuous pout. Lastly, strong brows framed their faces.