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How to: Keep it Straight

Be inspired by our Paul Mitchell, Big Night Out sleek style, with a twist!

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  1. Prep the hair by lightly applying Super Skinny Serum on dry hair from the mid-lengths to the ends.
  2. Section the hair and spray Dry Wash at the scalp area.
  3. Part the hair on the right side to the top of the head. Next, from the top of the head on the right side using a diagonal forward parting, section down to the front of the right ear. Clip away.
  4. Repeat on the opposite side.
  5. Starting two inches above the right ear, take a diagonal back section to the back hairline at the nape and clip away.
  6. Smooth the remaining hair in the back and spray with Stay Strong. Clip the hair.
  7. Release the right front section. Spray Dry Wash on your hands and separate the section into four pieces, moving diagonally back. Twist lightly to keep these four pieces separated.
  8. On the left side, start an outside French braid taking slices diagonally from the top and adding it to the braid, keeping the braid close to the hairline. As you work around the shape of the head, pull the braid loops to expand the shape of the braid.
  9. Continue braiding until all the hair is used just past the ear, but keep the hair at the nape out.
  10. Incorporate the four sections from the right side by gently twisting and softly pulling them across the head to join the braid. Repeat this until all sections on the right side have been brought over, then continue the braid down the lengths of the left side of the head.
  11. Tie the braid with a hairband, keeping only two sections of the braid in the band to help ease the braid expansion.
  12. Pull the loops of the braid to expand the shape as desired. Release the hair at the nape and finish with Stay Strong

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Amy Vears 2 

Amy is Paul Mitchell’s Creative Communications Manager and our go-to gal for all things creative in PR, including social media, editorial photoshoots, copywriting and more. 

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