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1. Men’s Haircut with Beard Trim by Stylist Luna

WASH Invati MenTM  nourishing exfoliation shampoo, $35, and Invati MenTM scalp revitalizer, $65.

STYLE Aveda Men Pure-formanceTM liquid pomade, $25, and Aveda Men Pure-formanceTM thickening paste, $25. 

 

 

 

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2. Golden Balayage by Stylist Vince

WASH Damage RemedyTM restructuring shampoo, $30, Damage RemedyTM conditioner, $30, Damage RemedyTM daily hair repair, $30.

STYLE ConfixorTM liquid gel, $21.

FINISH ShampureTM thermal dry conditioner, $31.

 

 

 

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3. Pastel Blue by Stylist Janelle

WASH Damage RemedyTM restructuring shampoo, $30, and Damage RemedyTM intensive restructuring treatment, $38.

STYLE Smooth InfusionTM nourishing styling crème, $26.

 

 

 

 

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4. Peacock Peek-A-Boos by Stylist Janelle

WASH Color ConserveTM shampoo, $22, and Color ConserveTM conditioner, $22.

STYLE PhomollientTM styling foam, $21, Smooth InfusionTM style-prep smoother, $25, Air ControlTM light hold hair spray, $29.

 

 

 

 

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