• “The flyaways are what make this look magical,” Oribe said. “The texture gives it a really modern feel.”<br />
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1. Create two side ponytails.<br />
2. Pull hair up on the top and use <a href='/index.php/products/view/26' target='_parent'>Dry</a> to give it exaggerated height.<br />
3. Add more <a href='/index.php/products/view/1473' target='_parent'>Après Beach</a> for separation in on the ends.
  • “This shows how you can play with your natural texture and create something different and beautiful,” Oribe said.<br />
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1. Apply <a href='/index.php/products/view/72' target='_parent'>Supershine Moisturizing Cream</a> to dry waves or curls.<br />
2. Brush through the hair for a soft, controlled texture.
  • “I believe if you’re going to go big, <i>really</i> go for it,” Oribe said.<br />
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1. Use <a href='/index.php/products/view/26' target='_parent'>Dry</a> and your hands to create as much volume as possible.<br />
2. Use <a href='/index.php/products/view/67' target='_parent'>Smooth Style Serum</a> to smooth the hair around the face and give it some hold.

"Super Modern Super Models"

W, July 2012
Hair by Oribe
Photographer: Steven Meisel

W released two stunning covers for its July issue to highlight its “Super Modern Super Models” feature about fashion’s newest beauty queens, Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss. Oribe, who is credited as part of the team behind the original rise of the supermodels in the 1990s, styled the looks for both women, creating similar textures despite the differences in their natural hair. “This shoot was all about exaggeration and luxurious volume,” Oribe said. “With Oribe products, the possibilities are endless.”

Cover Look:

1. Prep hair with Shampoo and Conditioner for Magnificent Volume.
2. Spray Volumista into the hair and do a Velcro roller set.
3. Take the rollers out and run your fingers through the hair.
4. Spray Dry at the roots and Après Beach throughout for separation and texture.
5. Use Smooth Style Serum or Curl by Definition to detail select curls around the face.
6. If the hair gets too big while styling it, use Royal Blowout to smooth it down.

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