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How To Get ‘Sexture’ (Sexy Texture) In Your Hair, According To The Pros

Before you blast your hair with dry shampoo, or over-scrunch, just know, there’s a better way to create oomf in your hair, and introduce beautiful body and movement.

Sexture – that’s sexy texture, for the uninitiated – is the mussy movement hair pros swear by to create the most incredible sultry styles. Ask them, and they’ll tell you how important it is to get the texture right when finishing off any look and setting the tone for your outfit. This can mean smoothing strands down for something more sleek, or teasing your texture out for something a little sexier.

While slick strands have headlined for a little bit with liquid hair, silk presses and smoothed-straight blow dries getting lots of attention, there’s definitely a mood for something a little looser, undone and unbuttoned. And it works whether you’re heading to something smart or relaxed.

“Sexy, effortless texture goes with everything,” confirms Naeemah Lafond, top hair stylist and Amika‘s Global Artistic Director. “It can be the glue that pulls an entire look together and can also be the softness that mellows out a formal ensemble and gives it a bit of a fresh take.”

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Sounds good right? And we’re all invited. “Sexy undone texture works for all hair types from coils and curls to straighter finer strands,” Naeemah says. “In all textures it delivers the same message: cool and chic. The only significant point of different is the execution.” That’s because getting “sexture” is often easier said than done.” Sometimes undone texture is the trickiest to get right,” celeb hairstylist, Chris Appleton admitted next to a snap of one of his high-profile client, Kim K. “My tip is to not over work the hair – sometimes less is more,” he said.

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