Get The Look: Punk Rock Tresses

DIY Punk Rock Tresses As Seen At Rachel Comey

By Courtney Leiva

To add just the right amount of punk rock hip to your hair, James Pecis, for shows us how to get the fierce tresses seen at Rachel Comey Fall/Winter 2014 show. Using PHYTO and T3 tools, follow these seven simple steps for a sultry and unforgettable finish.

How To DIY Punk Rock Hair

Step One: If the hair is wet, begin by using the T3Featherweight Luxe 2i, to dry the hair. To create natural waves, use the T3 SinglePass Twirl Curling Iron.

Step Two: Separate the hair into sections and back comb from root to tip to create texture.

Step Three: Rough dry the PHYTO Phytovolume Actif Volumizing Spray into the hair for volume.

Step Four: Create a deep side part and back comb pieces working from tip to root. Mist with PHYTO Professional Workable Holding Spray to help keep hair in place and tucked behind the ears.

Step Five: Clip hair back and away from the face. Using an elastic thread, sew hair in place with two stitches from the nape of the neck to the back of the hair. This will secure the hair into place while also giving it room to move.

Step Six: Finish the look by pulling out a couple pieces of the hair from one side of the head for an asymmetrical, textured look. Finish with PHYTO Phytolaque Soie (coming soon to

Step Seven: Spray hands with PHYTO Phytovolume Actif Volumizing Spray and gently pat down the deep side part to keep the hair in place.

Photography credit: Erin Baiano