Kate Hudson stunned in her latest ad campaign for New York & Company. Celebrity hairdresser David Babaii created her micro-textured look. “I call this her Blondie meets Jetsons Bob, a great A-symmetrical bob that is a perfect look post baby and post her short hair.” How did Babaii help Hudson get the los?
David started began with his luxurious n:p beautiful Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner. “Hydration is critical for many women after having a baby to replenish and renew their strands.” Next, he applied a small amount of Miracle Serum followed by Volumizing Spray. After all, “What woman doesn’t love fullness?” he asks. To style, Babaii blew Hudson’s hair out, using his hands to create “micro-texture,” a combination of tiny waves, texture and picey strands made by twisting, pinching and roughing mini sections with his fingers. To complete the look, he sprayed with Beach Spray on one-inch sections and loosely wrapped these pieces around three fingers to create a large loop. “The key to this step is to take random sections of hair to make the mico-texture pop,” he explains, as he pressed the n:p beautiful Vibrating Flat Iron around each circle, scrunching it in his hands as it cooled to further enhance the mico-texture.