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Redken Brand Ambassador Rodney Cutler looks for Labor Day

Redken Brand Ambassador Rodney Cutler looks for Labor Day
Redken Brand Ambassador Rodney Cutler looks for Labor Day
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Rodney Cutler has been with Redken since 2002. This tussled Australian has been featured in top national and regional consumer periodicals and television shows. He also travels throughout the country lecturing on the fusion of fashion and beauty through hair and styling for the runway. He owns three salons in New York City and is a frequent guest on the Rachael Ray Show. His client list includes Toni Collette and Emma Watson.

Get the Look: Boho-Beach Waves

Allow wet hair to dry, then apply Redken's Pillow Proof Blow Dry two day extender oil absorbing. Work it through your roots to create volume and texture. If time allows, curl a few hair mid-length sections with a 1 1/2 inch curling iron (ensure that you are leaving out the ends). This gives a nice hair bend for a great beach-type texture. For amplification, spray Redken's Fashion Waves sea salt spray into the hair while it is either damp or dry.

Get the Look: Simply Chic Pony

For a polished look with minimal time and effort, the chignon is an excellent way to go. Use a matte hair powder, such as Redken's Powder Grip 03 mattifying hair powder, to create texture and a good roots-hold. Pour a small amount of Powder Grip 03 to the fingertips. Then, distribute the powder as evenly as possible from the roots to the ends. Pull the hair back into a ponytail, leaving an amount of volume at the top. Secure with a hair bad and wrap the hair around into a loose bun. Secure a second band. Complete with Redken's Wind Blown 05 dry finishing spray and there you go!

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