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Damsels In Hair Dis-Tress

Did somebody drop a hanky? Paul Mitchell National Educator Sunnie Brook Jones makes a strong head case for putting on the pout for Spring and Summer 2009.

The new "Damsels in Dis-Tress" collection plays with hair texture like it were, well...a man.

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Follow the steps below to recreate this hairstyle.

Step-by-Steps:

1.  Part hair down the middle and prep with Paul Mitchell® Quick SlipTM to give hair memory and shimmering shine.

2.  Smooth small sections with Paul Mitchell Pro ToolsTM Express Ion Style® 1.0.

3.  Spray Paul Mitchell® Spray WaxTM on hands and rake through hair.

4.  Place netting horizontally around the head and clip each side in place.

5.  Use a crochet hook to pull hair through the netting, creating a loop following all the way around the head.

6.  Spray with Paul Mitchell® Extra-Body Firm SprayTM and let set.

7.  Gently remove the netting and finish with Paul Mitchell® Extra-Body Firm Finishing SprayTM.

8.  Use fingers to lightly arrange tresses.

Credits:

Hair: Sunnie Brook Jones, Paul Mitchell National Educator

Hair Assistants: Jo Jo Chavez and Tawny Lopez

Makeup: Daven Mayeda for the Powder Group

Wardrobe: Sarah Elllis

Photography: Kim Grisco

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