• BEFORE/AFTER - Couture Chignon for the celebrations
  • BEFORE/AFTER - Couture Chignon for the celebrations

  • For a look totally couture, Christine Margossian Meilleur Ouvrier de France and Ambassador l’Oréal Professionnel, proposes this low couture chignon which will fit perfectly with a backless dress. As for every chignon, the preparation of the hair is as essential as the choice of the construction accessories. The organization of sections, for the placement of each strand, will enable you to realize this hairstyle with ease.
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    [multicol]1- Texturize the hair with hairstyle foam, smooth the sides according to the movement of the chignon and wave the mid-lengths and the ends with a hair straightener. 2- Part the hair from ear to ear. Make a side tie and fix with a hair rubber. 3- Roll up two long crepons(woven hairpieces) on the ponytail, add some Japanese stuffing for more volume, then fix at the bottom of the neck with hairpins and finally add a hair net. 4- Prepare your work organizing several zones, three parts on the front then a series of triangles to cover the supports. Style the top of the hair, Put hairspray and brilliant spray for the mirror effect. Smooth the worked strands and place them on the support fixing the whole thing with big hairpins. 5- 5- Work the strands according to your desires, give them movement and fix them with hairpins. Put hairspray on the hair. Finally, backcomb the front strand, smooth it and fix it.
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