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Controlled Hair Chaos - Taming The Bed Head

Bed head, wind blown, messy. Whatever you call it, wild hair styles have evolved from the dirty hipster movement into a lasting trend followed by every A-list celebrity.

The secret to taming those tresses and looking more like Gisele than an Olsen twin is a tailored haircut, the right products and usable styling tips.

Philip Pelusi, celebrity hairstylist, hair product developer and owner of Tela Design Studio in New York City, is available to offer consultations, styling and cutting tips and product recommendations for obtaining the unkempt look in a fresh, sexy way.

Haircut: No more razor cuts! Layers with a blunt end will actually maximize natural messy looking waves and choppy texture without crazy frizzing

Products: Many people are using the wrong products for bedhead looks. Don't immediately reach for volumizing shampoo if you have fine hair.

Pay attention to ingredients and get a stylist consultation before. Using all-natural texturizing products, like P2 BeachComber paste, are better than synthetic sprays to get a piece-y look without crunch.

Styling: Great styling starts with the right haircut, but work with the time of day and natural texture to play up waves - from an undone ponytail to a half pinned back loose wavy ‘do

Philip Pelusi believes that hair is like fabric - each person should work with, not against, their natural texture to optimize movement, style and a healthy natural look.

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