Mary Brunetti's California Inspired Collection: Ready to Wear

Think relaxed Hollywood glamour—the antithesis of those over-the-top hairdos that show up on the red carpet from time to time. We’re not talking about what’s trending. We’re talking about hairstyles for real women—the kind of looks your clients tear out of magazines and carry into the salon with a request to “look just like this.” That was the idea behind Mary Brunetti’s California-inspired Ready to Wear collection for Intercoiffure America/Canada. “I want my clients to look and feel pretty—that’s why I became a hairstylist,” says Brunetti. “This collection is for our salon clients who want their hair current yet appropriate, hair that is free to move because that’s what makes hair sexy.”

The Razor's Edge
A side part and roughed-up texture give this round bob its edge. Use a razor to create a graduated bob line and add a little graduation in the back before taking out lots of bulk from the sides. The trick to finishing is to use your flat iron like a curling iron from root to mid-section and leave those sections straight at the ends.
The Razor's Edge
A side part and roughed-up texture give this round bob its edge. Use a razor to create a graduated bob line and add a little graduation in the back before taking out lots of bulk from the sides. The trick to finishing is to use your flat iron like a curling iron from root to mid-section and leave those sections straight at the ends.
Retro Glamour
Inspired by Brigitte Bardot’s undone glam looks, start by setting the hair with a curling iron. Then simply rake your fingers through the curls. No brushes required. Use your fingers to “crunch up” the curls and add a bit of hair spray. Voilà.
Retro Glamour
Inspired by Brigitte Bardot’s undone glam looks, start by setting the hair with a curling iron. Then simply rake your fingers through the curls. No brushes required. Use your fingers to “crunch up” the curls and add a bit of hair spray. Voilà.
The Chop
The new “it length” is right to the collar bone with face-framing starting at the chin. Minimal square layering and a bit of flat ironing takes a mid-length layered cut from boring to rock ‘n’ roll.
The Chop
The new “it length” is right to the collar bone with face-framing starting at the chin. Minimal square layering and a bit of flat ironing takes a mid-length layered cut from boring to rock ‘n’ roll.
Prim and Proper
A fresh take on the classic beehive—neat and tidy with a skinny black headband keeping everything in its place. Just twist up the back and swirl the hair from the top of the twist around the crown, back-combing so it’s not so perfect. Add a side part and a bit of hair spray. Very Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Prim and Proper
A fresh take on the classic beehive—neat and tidy with a skinny black headband keeping everything in its place. Just twist up the back and swirl the hair from the top of the twist around the crown, back-combing so it’s not so perfect. Add a side part and a bit of hair spray. Very Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

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