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HALLOWEEN HOW-TO: Frankenstein Bride-Inspired Hair

Lauren Salapatek | October 12, 2012 | 11:05 AM

HALLOWEEN HOW-TO: Frankenstein Bride-Inspired HairMany shy away from this classic (and totally killer) Halloween style because it seems too tough to create. Transform your naturally curly clients locks into a Bride of Frankenstein masterpiece! Why should your clients opt for a wig, when they can embrace their own texture?

For the costume, recommend to your clients to wear all white and add some major shoulder pads. Keep make-up simple with a lightly lined eye and a deep red or black lip.

This look (1 of 10) is brought to you by Kenra Professional, which has created a Halloween-inspired Pinterest contest in collaboration wtih My Best Friend's Hair.

To enter the contest CLICK HERE.

GET THE LOOK:

1. If your client has naturally curly hair, let air dry to promote more texture. If your client does not have naturally textured hair, tease for a volumnious lok.

1. Start by creating a ball pony just at the crown of the head to use as the base.

2. Spray the hair all over with Kenra Volume Spray 25, a super hold finishing spray for ultimate volume and control.

3. Work paste through ends to add seperation and definition to the style.

4. Add a white hair extension or spray with white tinted hair spray for an effect.

HALLOWEEN HOW-TO: Frankenstein Bride-Inspired Hair

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