Finding answers to various hair problems, beauty specialist Ricky Reyes introduced a lot of trends and hairstyle that are still in fashion to this day. He gave us Crazy Colors, Crazy Curls and golden highlights back in the ‘80s, while the ‘90s gave birth to the Rebond craze, followed by the protein-enriched Reborn, Milk Rebond and the lustrous Regold using 24k gold for a healthier and shinier straight hair.
This year, Reyes gives a new trend in hairstyle perfect for naturally long-haired women who want to add curls to their straight hair. The Twist, which is a simple yet highly stylish way to go about because of its low maintenance, wash and wear design, will save you time and money while keeping you looking fabulous with minimal effort as it focuses only on the hair ends.
Using eight rods to twist and perm the hair, it will first be cut and twisted asymmetrically to achieve the perfect curls. The Twist works well with coarse and thick hair, re-bonded, normal and even hard textured hair brought about by too much treatment.
The beauty of the Twist is, since it is permed, those beautiful, bouncy curls on your locks stay longer and increase volume after three to four shampoos. It is very feminine and sexy, great for women with shoulder length hair and even up to the waistline.
The Twist is available in all Gandang Ricky Reyes Salon which has always been happily making women (and men) beautiful.
“I always believe that being beautiful need not be expensive. And for this year, I look forward to making more women look good and feel good,” says Ricky Reyes.
The Twist will definitely glam up your look this 2017 so head on to your nearest Gandang Ricky Reyes Salons.
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