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Fashion forward looks for any occasion. Choose your favourite and the Charlotte Murray T


eam will recreate the look for you in 45 minutes for £25. www.charlottemurray.co.uk


HAIR STYLES MENU 1. THE SUPERSTRAIGHT


For the smoothest shiniest hair, a super sleek, poker straight style for a sophisticated and modern take.


No other style can make your hair so glossy and soft to touch. 2. THE CLASSIC SMOOTH


Suitable for all occasions, there is nothing in your wardrobe that wouldn’t match this look.


Airy and Lightweight, this glossy blow-dry will never go out of fashion. Sleek, polished and very groomed. For those who like their hair to scream ‘expensive’.


3.BEACH WAVES Beach waves is undoubtedly the defining hair style of the Noughties.


A mixture of textures ranging from 70s sporadic texture to the 90s grunge, slept-in look, tousled beach meets rock’n’roll.


4. THE BIG CURLY Voluptuous curls with shine and hold to last you all day and night.


This is a high glamour look that you can wear into work the next day and dress down to suit your mood.


5. BIG AND BOUNCY Full of volume, you hair will have gravity defying movement.


Essential for fine or flat hair types that crave abundance – to get you ready for a perfect night out.


6. CLASSIC HOT ROLLERS


A perfect red carpet look using a classic set to create a vintage or modern style.


A touch of hair up or back combing can be used to enhance your hair.


Best Wishes, charlotte@charlottemurray.co.uk


18 To advertise please telephone 020 8275 5307 or email: editor@mpcpublications.co.uk Charlotte Murray 464 Muswell Hill Broadway London N10 1BS 020 8444 1100


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