Brad Ngata says, “For his collection, Dion wanted an androgynous and contemporary take on a French roll. To reflect his architectural, tailored designs, the hair looks structured and masculine at the front while from the back it is a modern, tough twist on a classic French roll.”
BRAD NGATA’S STEPS TO GET THE LOOK:
- Start by wetting the hair.
- Mix one part L’Oreal Profesionnel Techni.Art A.Head Glue with one-half part L’Oreal Profesionnel Techni.Art Liss Control Gel Crème and take from root to ends.
- Create a deep side part and tied the smaller section into in a tight low pony.
- Using a plastic ruler, wrap free section to create a high French roll. The ruler keeps the French roll flat, which is key to the look.
- Pin the French roll to the scalp; unlike a traditional French roll, this is does not need to be neat.
- Release the tied section and twist into a ponytail that is tucked into the end of the French roll and pin until it looks as one.
- Finish by pulling loose sections of the French roll to make it look less perfect and for the desired “tough” take on a French roll.
PRODUCTS USED: (including tools)
- L’Oreal Profesionnel Techni.Art A.Head Glue
- L’Oreal Profesionnel Techni.Art Liss Control Gel Crème
- 30cm ruler
- Bobby Pins