This is a quick and easy solution to a beautiful hair roll with the option to keep it clean or slightly broken down.
Step 1: Back comb the top, sides and back lightly to the mid-shaft of the hair.
Step 2: Stand on the side. Grab all the hair and brush smoothly into your hand at a 45-degree angle from the head as if it were a ponytail.
Step 3: Grab a can of Revlon Professional Shine Spray as you are holding the hair and place the can at the ends. Slowly while keeping tension, roll the can and hairspray towards the hair. Once you are at the head rolled in, secure the roll with U-pins. Test security.
Step 4: Wiggle the can out of the hair roll slowly. Make any adjustments necessary after checking profile balance.
This is a done-but-undone look that's perfect for a girl who wants to keep it natural with a kick.
Step 1: Start just behind the ear and begin a reverse French braid around the back of the head. Stay above the ear and nape leaving the hair below out. Continue to work around the head going back to the starting point. Open up the braid to enlarge it as you work.
Step 2: Tuck the end of the braid underneath the beginning of the braid and secure with pins. Visually assess your balance and suitability.
Step 3: Grab random, medium sized sections to curl with a large barrel. Pre-spray each section with modular spray.
Step 4: Tousle the curl and slightly dishevel the braid.
As Revlon Professional’s runway insider for Vancouver Fashion Week, I had an exclusive backstage pass to get the scoop on this season’s top hair trends
Models on the Vancouver Fashion Week runway turned heads this season with the help of Revlon Professional stylists, the exclusive hair sponsor of the event. Hair trends for fall/winter 2016 include undone, messy waves, bohemian braids and sleek updos.
“Each unique hair look is the final statement of the designer's vision and Revlon Professional is pleased to provide the products and expertise to help do that this season," says Jessica Stevenson, marketing director for Revlon Professional Brands Canada. Products used on the models include: Style Masters, UniqOne All In One Treatment, Equave, NutriColor Creme and Revlonissimo.
Click through for Revlon lead hair stylist Julian Lane Scott's step-by-step tips to create these runway looks yourself.