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Hands down, our favorite hairstyle to trot down the Fall 2013 runways was this rose-inpsired style at Rodarte (the romance!) We were desperate to track down a local salon that could replicate the look, and we finally found what we were looking for: Maxine Salon will do the job.
Not only that, but the well-coiffed team was willing to share the steps to creating the flowery look. Take a peek at the steps, below, and if you're less of a D.I.Y. type than an appointment-maker, call the salon and tell them you want to have a stylist create the look. It will cost $70, and stylists to ask for (i.e. Rodarte rose masters) include Amy, Ramona, or Cliff.
- Step 1: Begin by prepping dry hair with Kerastase Spray A Porter to add texture. Mist spray all over the head, and squeeze with fingers to create a tousled effect. Step 2: Form a 3-strand braid at the center back of head, leaving some hair unbraided u
- Step 4: Take the two braids from the sides and pull them towards the back of the head. Criss-cross them over the center back braid. Step 5: Using bobby pins, secure the side braids to the center braid where they meet leaving the ends of the braids l
- Step 7: Secure with bobby pins and finish the style with Kerastase Laque Couture to hold in place. Step 8: Stop and smell the roses.
· Maxine Salon [Official Site]