BeautyLink - Volume 8, Issue 4 - 42
STEP BY STEP
2016 Junior Style Stars©
Winner Phoo Han Oo
NOW A SENIOR at Skyline College in San Bruno, California, Phoo Han Oo is always in search of new challenges and inspirations. This past summer, she won the prestigious 2016 Junior Style Stars competition
for cosmetology school students (www.juniorstylestars.com) Her winning 'Bridal Updo' also won her
$50,000 worth of cash and prizes. Phoo Han's hair design was inspired by nature's shapes and textures,
resulting in her version of a three-dimensional flower including added tonal dimension with highlights.
According to Phoo Han, she "will always be interested in pursuing the precision and art that goes into
mastering a perfect updo."
Step 1. Set the hair.
Step 2. Create a 5-sections parting.
Section 1: Begin with a section from end of
the left eyebrow to behind the left ear.
Section 2: Take ¾ of the hair at the back from
the apex to above the nape area.
Section 3: Part the hair from end of the right
eyebrow to the parting of Section 2.
Section 4: Section the rest of the hair at
Section 5: Section the hair at the nape area.
SCHOOL OWNERS AND INSTRUCTORS: TAKE NOTE!
Enrollment for the national 2017 JUNIOR STYLE STARS© COMPETITION ends
November 30, 2016.
Once your students simply enroll on the official website, they are then qualified to compete to become one of the top 10 finalists and Grand Prize Winner of
$50,000 in cash and prizes. JUNIOR STYLE STARS, a prestigious online photo
competition, allows all students, regardless of location, to compete on a completely level playing field, void of all the usual politics. Each competitor competes
on the identical mannequin and receives identical photography guidelines. All
work must be done at the competitor's beauty school under strict instructor
supervision. Judging is done via the Internet. There are safeguards in place to
ensure total honesty. For more information, visit www.juniorstylestars.com.
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Step 3. Back comb Section 1; smooth out and then
gently tug the hair to the front. Then, back comb
the hair end and create a small roll.
Step 4. Leave out the triangular section on top
of the apex. Then, back comb the rest of the hair
in Section 2 and smooth out. Gently tug the hair
underneath and leave the hair out. After that, create
a finger wave on the triangular section.
Step 5. Gather the hair into two ponytails in
Section 3. Separate 3-4 different sections and pin
some sections close to the ponytail. Then, take the
middle section of the ponytail and create a curved
shape; pin at the bottom. Go ahead and spread the
hair to create a 'C' shape and pin at the ponytail.
Continue this for other sections of the ponytail and
create a flower pattern.
Step 6. Take a 5-diagonal section at the Section 4
area. Then, create a finger wave look.
Step 7. Gather the hair into a ponytail at Section
4. Separate 4 sections at the ponytail. Then, create
two 'Fan' shapes around the ponytail.
Step 8. Gently back comb the end of Section 2
and create a small bun on top of the 'Fan' shape.
Step 9. Use curling iron to create some curls on
ponytail for extra movement.
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