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TarrynAd Simone

We all need a go-to to make things easier throughout our day. As we’re in constant motion from one activity to the next, it’s great when our look can pull a bit of double duty! Each month, our beauty editorials show how you can recreate these looks from our team of MUA and hairstylists that you should know about. This month, we’re focused on the braided updo which is truly versatile and can be worn when relaxing as well as for special occasions. Within the makeup look, the sun-kissed with a hint of pink hues is one that looks great on an array of skin tones. These essential looks allow you to transition from your studio fitness class to brunch and then the office to a night out! In a few steps, you can adjust between them as you see fit. This tutorial includes tips from MUA Nydia Figueroa whose work has been seen on the runways of New York Fashion Week, Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, Broadway charity events and published editorials. Dori Sligh created the hairstyles within this shoot. Her work has also been published within a number of editorials.

STUDIO LOOK (ABOVE): Hair by Dori STEP 1: Prep the hair with Texture or Volumizing Spray. My favorite products are Kevin Murphy Anti Gravity and Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. Once hair is prepped, it’s easy to control and style! STEP 2: Make a center part in the hair to create two sections and braid both down the sides of the head towards the back. STEP 3: Bring the two braids to one side and pop it into an elastic band on the ends. This is an easy look that can be worn to workout and onto brunch right after, as the hair stays in place.

Profile for Athleisure Mag

Athleisure Mag Jan 2016  

Our inaugural issue includes interviews by Jillian Michaels and Kara Ross, fashion editorials and features for tech, style, beauty and more.

Athleisure Mag Jan 2016  

Our inaugural issue includes interviews by Jillian Michaels and Kara Ross, fashion editorials and features for tech, style, beauty and more.