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VOLUMIZED, BOUNCY CURLS (90’s SUPERMODEL INSPIRE

VOLUMIZED, BOUNCY CURLS (90’s SUPERMODEL INSPIRE

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madisonnoons
I love the look of a blowout but I do not have the right technique to create one. The brush always ends up tangled in my hair and I get so frustrated. I created this look to fake a voluminous blowout (and it doesn’t involve the brush getting caught in your hair). This look was inspired by the 90’s supermodel era. It is part of a 2-post video and I will post the makeup look tomorrow. Products used - drybar - High Tops Self-Grip Rollers
$10these rollers I originally bought to enhance an at home blowout but have been using them to create extra volume while curling my hair they come 5 in a pack with 3 large rollers and 3 smaller rollers. - $16 drybar - Hold Me Hair Clips
These are optional to use to secure the rollers in place. The rollers on their own can hold there place but I haven’t fished out how to do that yet. These come in a 4 pack. - #Revlon - Curling wand 2 inch[products]# I love this curling iron because the large barrel creates big curls. The only thing is this curling wand tends to not hold a curl for long. - amika: - Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Spray
This spray is similar to a hairspray but it it’s volumizing. A lot really goes a long way with this product. If you use too much, the hair can become crunchy. It can be used on wet or dry hair. - drybar - Triple Sec 3-in-1 Finishing Spray Lush Scent
Living proof. - Full Dry Volume Blast
These two products work very similar to each other. They both create noticeable difference in volume when applied correctly. (The drybar product makes your hair smell so good!) To do: - Sperate the top layer of the hair and section off the back. - Take a layer of the top section and spritz the section with amika: - Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Spray
. Use the curling wand to heat up the hair to hold a curl better. With a large roller, roll up the section and secure with drybar - Hold Me Hair Clips
. Using a clip to secure is optional as the rollers can stay in place on their own. - Put as many rollers as you feel necessary to create the added volume. I like to keep these rollers at the top sections of my hair. - With the back section of hair, Spritz each section with amika: - Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Spray
. Use the curling iron to create large curls. When releasing the curl, hold it in place for a bit then release. - Let the rollers sit for about 1+ hours. Take out the rollers. Lift up the hair and spray with drybar - Triple Sec 3-in-1 Finishing Spray Lush Scent
and Living proof. - Full Dry Volume Blast
to add lots of volume. Until I learn how to do a blowout on my hair I will be sticking to this method. #CherieCreator
Sep. 27
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FrancescaDee😍😍😍 uhm STUNNING
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madisonnoonsThank you 😘
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Blow-Drying At Home: High Volume + Low Frizz
My thick yet fine hair naturally straddles the 2A/2B line, depending on a variety of factors: humidity level, days since last shampoo, products used, etc. But I love using the *amika: - Hair Blow Dryer Brush to add volume and tame my waves without straightening them, eliminating frizz and adding shine. I typically only heat-style on special occasions or when extending time between washes- here’s my no-wash day polished routine! 1. Separate: I separate my hair into three sections with a wide-tooth comb: crown, middle, nape. Crown is pulled into a small ponytail, then middle joins it using a clip. 2. Protect: Apply *amika: - Blockade Heat Protectant Serum liberally to the current layer- I run my fingers through the layer to help it soak in. 3. Prep: Spritz roots with amika: - Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Spray xxxx 4. Style: Starting at the roots, I gently and slowly slide the brush, moving down that section of hair vertically. Repeat throughout the current layer until hair is to desired dryness. 5. Re-Section: I’m kind of Type A about things so I tie up the current layer of separated hair before letting down the next layer. It also helps keep from over-drying my hair and causing frizz! Repeat Steps 4-5 Until Hair Is Dry 6. Extra Moisture: Before my hair fully cools, I rub another pump of *amika: - Blockade Heat Protectant Serum between the tips of my fingers and focus on moisturizing/protecting the ends of my hair. I’ve noticed this helps my hair look more polished and extend the life of the hairstyle as far as frizz is concerned! 7. Smooth: Once my hair has cooled and the serum has soaked in, I finish everything off with a few sprays of *amika: - Silken Up Dry Conditioner and a thorough fluffing with my hands! I love how shiny and soft my hair is, perfectly smooth despite the serious volume and movement offered by the styler 💕 * PR Sample #CheriePartner
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Skinsitive
caring for straight(ish) hair
Today I want to talk about how I’ve learned to care for my hair, which isn’t stick straight but usually isn’t *super* wavy either. It can also get pretty oily in the summer; I have oily skin on my face, and the two typically go together. First, I tend to wash my hair every day. I know some people are very against this, but it’s what works for me! Since my hair is pretty straight and thin, it tends to get weighed down with product and I hate the feeling of sleeping on it. So I wash it every night. When my hair is wet, I comb out any tangles with a wide-toothed comb. I’ve found this results in way less breakage than if I comb or brush my hair when it’s dry. I use a wooden comb that was a gift, so I’m unsure of what brand it is, but there are lots of great wide-toothed combs out there. I rarely blow dry my hair. I used to blow dry it every day in high school so it would be stick straight, but thankfully that’s not the look anymore 🙃 It’s straight enough without subjecting it to unnecessary heat every day, and heat also makes hair brittle and more prone to breakage unless you use proper heat protectant products. If I do blow dry my hair, I use amika: - Brooklyn Bombshell Blowout Spray to protect from heat and add extra volume and shine. I’ve reviewed this before, but just to recap: I love it! A little goes a long way to add just the right amount of volume to my hair. I’ll be honest: I haven’t been styling my hair much at all since I’ve been working from home since March 😬 Most days it’s just a scrunchie ponytail for me. I’ll occasionally add some Batiste - Batiste Dry Shampoo or SACHAJUAN - Dark Volume Powder to add some volume to my roots—both of these are great for making my roots look lifted, and I’m recommend them to anyone with straight hair in need of a little volume and texture.
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lizbentley17
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Volume boost, say BYE👋 to greasy hair
My hair strand is fine, so it’s easily getting greasy. That’s because the shaft of the hair tends to be smoother and less porous than coarse hair type. So, the oil sits visibly on top of the hair. There is no chance for us to change our strand type, the only way to solve this problem is to make your hair looks less greasy. Making the top of the hair fluffy is a better choice to make your hair looked less greasy.   The method I take to make a fluffy hair is to use a combo, with a mermaid hair waver andLiving proof. - Full Dry Volume Blast. The price for mermaid hair waver is around $80 - $85, and the price for full dry volume blast spray is $37.5. Mermaid hair curler can be used for hundred times and the blast spray can be used of 3 months if you apply it every day. I think this combo is fair on price.   For the mermaid hair curler, I found it hard to use at first time, since the panel attached to the heat bar is quite wide, making it harder to put hair in the middle. But using it becomes easier with time, after practice you can use it proficiently and making fluffy hair. What I really like about it is after I curl my hair, I don’t have to wash my hair every day. This fluffy hair style can be kept for 3 days or more, and nobody could find your hair is greasy.   The second product is the dry volume blast spray, if your hair is too flat, you can spray your hair everyday to make it fluffy. It can deliver instant volume and texture at once. All you need to do is to spray it to the parts which looks flat. Its silicone-free, so you don’t need to worry about it if you wanna apply it on your scalp. But one thing I don’t like about it is it only lasts 6 hours. So, I usually use hair curler and the spray as a combo, which makes my hair style kept longer.
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_Janice_
The Undercut Pixie
This haircut was the result of being in quarantine with no access to a hairstylist and an ever-growing mullet. Ladies, don't try this at home! The only reason I did this myself is that I am a licensed cosmetologist with lots of experience with pixie cuts on myself and others. Now onto the fun stuff! This is probably one of my favorite cuts that I have had because it is so versatile and flattering. Plus, the undercut element is excellent for hot summer days! To get rid of my mullet, I gave myself an undercut with a size 4 guard, this was still long enough to blend the top with the bottom but still gave it room to grow without immediately looking like a mullet again. Also, this is a great thing to keep in mind if you are growing your pixie cut out because it keeps the perimeter short while letting the top length catch up. I didn't cut around the front of my ear because I still wanted to illusion of length. I did cut the hair behind my ear as well as the bottom of my occipital bone to the nape of my neck. As for the top of my hair, I didn't want to take away any length, so I went in with some texturizing sheers to get rid of some of the bulk. This resulted in a textured look with loads of volume. My bangs weren't too long so I point cut the edges to even the length and add some pieceyness.  For styling, I blow-dried with a small round brush and then went in with a straightener to touch up some pieces. Living proof. - Full Dry Volume Blast is the only product that was used to help with volume and separation (which this stuff is the bomb.com for that!)
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welcoming_bliss
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