TOME designers Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin were feeling nostalgic for their past muses, from whom they’ve always drawn inspiration: Louise Bourgeois, Georgia O’Keefe, Shirin Neshat, and Madonna, to name a few.


“The goal was simply to enhance each girl’s natural look,” says Antoinette Beenders, Aveda Global Creative Director. Damage remedy™ split end repair  helped tame fly-aways and add a bit of polish to waves.


“It gives health and integrity to the hair;
it’s perfect for the modern girl on the go.”  

Antoinette Beenders


How to get the look


Step 1

Apply NEW damage remedy™ split end repair  to the ends of completely dry hair to instantly draw and bind separated ends back together and help prevent new splits from forming.


Step 2

Create a middle part then spritz thickening tonic all over hair.



Step 3

Wrap one-inch-wide sections of hair around a large-barrel curling iron.


Step 4

To form ripples rather than corkscrews, Antoinette holds the iron horizontally to the head before winding strands around the barrel, making sure to keep the ends out of the heat.


Step 5

Work another pea-size drop of NEW damage remedy™ split end repair through ends for a piece-y effect.


Step 6

Mist finished look with air control™ hair spray.