To get the look, Villa suggests combining one to two thermal techniques for unexpected, multidimensional texture. Use a texturizing iron, like the Textur iron ($230) from Villa's eponymous line, to change the surface area of the hair and to build the foundation for additional texture. Use a flat iron, like his brand's Sleekr iron ($230) for sleekness, and also to add wave and curl. "Playing with the direction of how hair is coiled around a curling iron, as well as the wrapping technique and angle, can yield endless versions of texture," Villa adds.
Last year, we took a look at beauty-related portmanteaus — aka two words joined together to form a whole new word.
Last year, we took a look at beauty-related portmanteaus — aka two words joined together to form a whole new word. For instance, breakfast + lunch = brunch and long + bob = lob. You get the point. But now, there's a new beauty portmanteau in town: glunge. Glunge, a combination of glamour and grunge, is the idea of contrasting textures within the hair, explains Redken education artistic director, Sam Villa.