My three hair must-haves: Tyler Johnston

by Hair Romance on July 12, 2012 · 4 comments

in Hair Stars,My 3 hair must-haves

Part of the Hair Romance Hair Stars series where the experts share their three must-have hair products that they can’t live without.

Tyler Johnston has forged an international hairdressing career with his work featured in just about every glossy you can think of. The British-born stylist is however best known for his private celebrity clients including David and Victoria Beckham. Tyler created the ‘Beckham mohican’ in 2001 and continues to reinvent David’s look, setting trends for haircuts and styling.

Tyler visited Australia for Hair Expo and for the Schwarzkopf Essential Looks tour. Apart from asking him what it’s like to touch David Beckham, I asked for his three must have hair products.

Tyler Johnston’s three must-have hair products

Tools:

1. Mason and Pearson hairbrush because it’s an amazing product.

2. Japanese pins because they’re minimal. They’re flat, they’re straight and they’re seamless. You can’t see them.

3. Elastics from haberdashery, that’s where I get mine from.

Products:

1. Osis Dust It

2. Osis Elastic Finish Spray flexible hold hairspray

3. Schwarzkopf BC Oil Miracle

because they’re perfect for creating texture and finishing off a look.

 

Ok, so I let Tyler choose six products, but he had some great tips. I’m off to the haberdashery store to buy some elastic for my hair.

Have you tried any of Tyler’s must have hair products? What’s your hair must-have?

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Marnie July 12, 2012 at 7:24 am

I love the Osis + it holds perfectly…I also spray it on a spooly brush and use it instead of a brow gel.

loving your blog.
x Marnie

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Hair Romance July 12, 2012 at 10:13 am

Thanks Marnie! That’s a great tip for using on brows too x

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Katerina July 13, 2012 at 3:21 pm

My must have would be pins and elastics, they always cover up a bad hair day.

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Hair Romance July 13, 2012 at 4:01 pm

I agree Katerina. Definitely a handbag essential x

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