I did a tutorial on this look over at Rookie, have fun trying it it was so much fun to do!!!
Jin Soon for Tibi — Nail Details
- File and clean nails, removing all traces of polish
- Apply JINsoon Power Coat to strengthen and prime nails
- Apply two coats of off-white/blue-gray nail polish (the shade Jin used was from her upcoming JINsoon Spring 2014 Collection)
- Once nails are completely dry, take a thin nail art brush and dip the end in JINsoon Obsidian. Carefully paint a straight line vertically down the nail on the middle finger
- On the nails either side of the middle finger, repeat step 3 but paint horizontal lines through the middle of the nails
- Finish by applying a single coat of JINsoon Top Gloss
Bellavance’s Spring/Summer 2014 Beauty How-To Steps by O&M’s Joanna Chaplin:
- Work with a combination of O&M Atonic Thickening Spritz and O&M Surf Bomb Surf Spray to enhance natural texture
- Rough blow dry with a flat brush until hair is completely dry
- With tail comb, create a deep left slice part swooping the hair, falling forward from the crown
- Gather all hair and pull it over the right shoulder, brushing through with a Mason Pearson
- Finish by applying O&M Style Guru Styling Cream throughout the hair to hold the effortless, tousled look
- Blow dryer
- Flat brush
- Tail comb
- Mason Pearson brush
- Spray Bottle
- O&M Atonic Thickening Spritz
- O&M Surf Bomb Surf Spray
- O&M Style Guru Styling cream
Even if I think she’s being a scrub right now, I have a total lady boner over her short hair and had to know the details. I got the run-down on Miley’s new signature hair situation directly from her stylist ,Brant Mayfield of Solo Artists. Above are all the products, below is his step-by-step process with Miley including shoppable links.
« To begin I start off by applying a small amount of René Furterer OKARA light activating leave-in fluid to towel-dried hair, working the product through to the ends to nourish the hair while adding radiance to Miley’s blonde locks.
« Next, I distribute a reasonable amount of René Furterer VOLUMEA volumizing foam from scalp to ends for long-lasting volume and substantial hold. I then brush it through with a Mason Pearson brush to evenly distribute the product.
« Using a BarBar 3800 blow dryer, I rough-dry the hair until it is about 75% dry.
« Following that, I section off the hair and blow it out using a medium-sized Ibiza boar bristle round brush until the hair is completely dry. I make sure to round the left side so I can get the height and shape over to the right. As I move further to the right I begin to blow the hair straight to create the asymmetric silhouette.
« Next, I back-comb sections from the flipped left side so it stays in place.
« I coat my hands with half a dime-sized amount of René Furterer Modeling Paste and work the product into top of hair, avoiding the root, to create texture and to hold the shape.
« Next I lightly spray the left back-combed root section with René Furterer NATURIA dry shampoo to help build the base and keep the fullness throughout the night. I pull the hair through with a wide-tooth comb as not a break up the height and shape. This combined with the Modeling Paste will add a great chunky texture to the style.
« Following that, I lightly mist the René Furterer VEGETAL Finishing Spray to set the hair.
« Once set, I coat my hands with one pump of René Furterer KARITÉ leave-in repairing serum to smooth out the ends, tame “fly aways” and to add movement to the style.
« After Miley is dressed, I put the final touches on the look by fingering her hair into place and lightly misting with René Furterer VEGETAL Finishing Spray for the hold that will last the evening.
To create this look, start by co-washing
you hair. You may like to try Jane Carter
Nutrient Replenishing Solution, or Afrigenix
Berrilicious Smoothie. If you have the
time, allow your hair to air dry, and apply
your favorite oil. If you’re short on time,
proceed to blow dry.
1. Part your hair in 4 sections, and clip to
2. Use your comb to create a part that is
approximately one inch wide and one inch
3. If you don’t want your parts to be
pronounced, don’t spend too much time on
defining your parts.
4. Divide the parted section into two.
5. Separate a handful of the HAVANA
TWIST HAIR (tm), use 6 strips to achieve
the size pictured.
6. Fold the HAVANA TWIST HAIR (tm) in
half, and place it as pictured in picture
7. Beginning on the side closest to your
hairline, twist the HAVANA TWIST HAIR
(tm) in with your own natural hair, clockwise.
8. Do the same with the other half.
9. Now, begin to cross the twisted
sections over each other in a
10. Repeat this crossing over, down the
whole length of the twist.
11. Twist by crossing over, until you
reach the end of the twist.
Repeat this step throughout the remainder
of your head.
12.-13. Roll small squares of aluminum foil
into mini rod shapes.
14. Use the mini rods as you would a
flexirod, on the end of each twist.
15. Very carefully (and at your own
discretion, and risk) dip the ends of the
hair in very, very hot water. You may
want to have someone help you with this
16. Allow the hair to cool off completely
before gently removing the foil rods. Clip
any stray ends.
I wrote a DIY on how to make homemade shower jelly a la Lush for Rookie, check it out.
Contouring is my #2 favorite thing to do makeup wise to myself, after brows. It will CHANGE YOUR LIFE