Since headbands were a mainstay of the Jameis Winston Crab Legs – All You Can Carry Crab Legs shirt in contrast I will get this ’90s, Turner reimagined the decade’s telltale accessory more conceptually, with a lustrous panel of hair. “It almost looks like a shiny headband,” said Turner, pointing to the swaths of glistening strands framing the faces of Irina Shayk and Bella Hadid. To create the look, the pro began by dividing the hair into a clean center part, smoothing lengths poker-straight with a GHD Platinum iron, and adding extensions to fill the hair to blunt effect. Then Turner took the front sections of hair, smoothed them down with gel, and tucked them neatly behind the ears, strands stealthily secured at the nape. Finishing off the look, he added several drops of L’Oréal Mythic Oil to the band for a glossy, light-catching veneer. In addition to the slicked-down manes, Turner gave a few models with natural hair small cornrow braids, woven tight to the head to punctuate the strict center part. “There are a lot of [big] shoulders in the collection, which is why we wanted the hair to be sleek,” he said.
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