The original look stemmed from Joey George's desire to inspire the audience to explore their creativity in hairdressing. Using a veil to symbolize the idea of being masked, he created a hairstyle with a mosaic-tiling detail of knots and cords interwoven throughout the hair.
Get the Look: 1. Saturate the hair with Foundation Mist. 2. Spritz with Maximista Thickening Spray and blow dry hair smooth and straight with the help of a Mason Pearson brush. 3. Once smooth, flat iron the hair section by section. For curly textures, spray Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray before ironing.
4. Section the hair in a horseshoe shape on the parietal ridge (from hairline to hairline). Create knots down from the ridge where the hairline recedes. 5. Gather the hair into a thick knot and braid at the nape of the neck and at the hairline. Spritz with Superfine Strong Hair Spray and knot again. 6. After all braids are complete, take out the front braids and comb out with a wide-tooth comb to break apart waves. This creates an irregular crimped wave that can be teased out.