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Fudge Professional at LFW Men's AW17 by Christopher Raeburn

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 10:07

Military Cut created by Session Stylist Cyndia Harvey for Fudge Professional at London Fashion Week Men's AW17 Christopher Raeburn show.

 

A play on the tension between the deconstruction and the reconstruction within the collection. A strong military look from the front with a textured finish towards the back.

How to create the look? Here's the 4-point step-by-step using Fudge Professional products: 

1. Apply Fudge Professional Tri-Blo into hair all over top sections and blow-dry back off the face;

2. Mix half Fudge Professional Hair Gum and half Fudge Professional Matte Hed Extra together and apply to roots using fingers section by section from the front and sides towards the crown;

3. Using a comb, brush the sides of hair up and over to construct a military shape. Then use a tail comb to create a triangle quiff at the front; 

4. Apply Fudge Professional Salt Spray to the back of the head and scrunch in to create a dishevelled texture. Blow dry with sock diffuser to set. 

 

Products Used: 

Tri-Blo  

Hair Gum  

Matte Hed Extra  

Salt Spray  

  

To buy Fudge Professional CLICK HERE  

 

Photos: Jason Lloyd Evans 

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