4 Looks in 4 Minutes with Julianne Hough

At the recent Miss USA 2016 Pageant, Nine Zero One Co-Founder Riawna Capri had the difficult task of creating 4 different looks in just 4 minutes each on co-host Julianne Hough. From beachy waves, to the perfect pony, Riawna used UNITE products to pull off the looks brilliantly.

Flip through the slideshow below to get the how-tos for each gorgeous look and help your client switch up her style in no time!

  • wavy hair style for long hair
    LOOK # 1: SOFT WAVES
    1. First, prep the hair with 7SECONDS Detangler.
    2. Then follow up with a little cocktail of SMOOTH&SHINE and U Oil.
    3. Round brush hair, giving a smooth but voluminous blowout.
    4. Once dry, add TEXTURIZA to the roots to get that instant lift.
    5. Take a 1 1/4-inch curling iron and curl everything in front of the ear away from the face. Once you get to the back of the ear start alternating the direction of the curl.
    6. Take thin long sections and leave a 1-inch to a 1 1/2-inch of the ends out and smooth it out with the iron.
    7. To finish the look, shake out the waves and add more TEXTURIZA to the ends.
  • quick pony tail hairstyle
    LOOK # 2: THE PERFECT PONY
    1. Using a 1 1/4-inch iron, add a soft wave to the hair to get some movement.
    2. Spray TEXTURIZA all over once waved. Take a few horizontal sections and add a little EXPANDA Dust to the roots to get some lift.
    3. Section out the hair in front of the ear and create a low ponytail with the rest.
    4. Take little pinches and gently start pulling on the hair to create a little volume and texture to the ponytail.
    5. Once that is tousled a bit, take the hair in front of the ear and loosely twist and pin back into the ponytail. Then, take a piece of the ponytail and spray TRICKY Lite onto that strand and wrap around the hair tie to disguise it.
    6. To finish the look, add 7SECONDS Glossing Spray to the ends to give it some shine and a little GO365 Hairspray to softly keep everything in place.
  • easy celebrity curly hairstyles
    LOOK #3: SOFT TEXTURED CURLS
    1. Spray 7SECONDS Detangler in towel-dried hair to instantly detangle and provide a thermal protector. Now it’s safe to comb through the hair!
    2. Apply BLOW&SET generously from roots to ends to promote a flexible memory in styling and setting that will later be very useful once you use your curling iron.
    3. Spray BOOSTA Spray on damp hair thoroughly about 6 inches away from the root. For best results, rough-dry hair, lifting at the root for weightless volume.
    4. Once hair is about 80% dry, use a round ceramic brush to smooth out your rough-dry. Continue lifting sections at the root on the top layer of your hair.
    5. Now that hair is dry and has a great foundation from these products, you are ready to style! Draw a deep side part and begin curling your hair away from your face.
    6. Be sure to let your curls cool for longevity. Brush out the curls using a boar bristle brush and spray in 7SECONDS Glossingabout 5 to 6 inches away from head to fight frizz and smooth hair with instant shine.
    7. Lastly, hold the TEXTURIZA can about 8 inches away and spray where you want hold and texture. Now you have fullness and a medium hold to ensure hair lasts all day and into the night!
  • top knot updo hair style tutorial
    LOOK #4: KNOTTY BUN
    1. Starting with dry hair, spray TRICKY Lite all over and gather hair into a high ponytail, brushing upward and away from the face using a Mason Pearson brush.
    2. Use bungee and/or hair tie to secure. Once pony is secure, divide hair into two pieces.
    3. Take one piece, knot and pin, creating a bun. Braid the remaining piece.
    4. Sprinkle EXPANDA Dust all over the braid and spread it out to create a thicker braid.
    5. Then, take the braid and wrap it around your bun and bobby pin into place. Smooth the fly-aways with SESSION-MAX Spray. Use 7SECONDS Glossing Spray at the end for a sleek polished look.
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Image 1: Instagram.com/unite_hair; following images: Instagram.com/riawnacapri

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