I have been getting a lot of emails from you girls asking about products and the process we used for this 70’s hairstyle… So here it is, I interviewed Briana Cisnernos my hairstylist…

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How can someone achieve this look?

70’s inspired  hair is all about airy/feathery texture and volume from your eyes down. The way I achieved this was too prep the hair with Oribe’s Volumista Mist for Volume in order to hold the style and be able to re mold it throughout the day. Then, I set the hair with a ¾ inch curling iron with no volume at the root and rolled everything away from the face (Farrah Fawcett style)

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Now lets talk boho braid transformation…

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You’re always so amazing coming up with creative ideas on the fly, how can someone achieve the braid you did? It totally transformed the curly Jerry hall look into a pretty soft Boho braid…

Oh why thank you, Audrina! I’ve been doing all kinds of braids since I was young. Practice makes perfect. when you curl the hair before braiding it it adds an incredible texture to the style. I like to pull on the edges of the braid to loosen it up and make it look more romantic.

This look was achieved by brushing it out and tying a beautiful scarf on. 

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Any pointers for this 70’s glam look?

After setting the hair, brush it out like crazy and add Death Valley, a dry shampoo by R and Co., it will help get that beautifully angelic airy feel.

Mine lasted for a week!! Using dry hair shampoo.. I was obsessed.

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