3 Easy Ways to Volumize Your Hair
Hair concerns: Flat, Thin These are my 3 quick, go-to hair tips for volumizing my hair! This is great for when you’re on the go and don’t have too much time on your hands. 1. Use a Root Volumizer Hot Tool (Bed Head Little Tease Hair Crimper for Outrageous Texture and Volume) - Using this root volumizer hot tool will give you the volume of teased hair without the tangled knots and hairspray. It works by making small crimps or waves in your hair and gives your roots volume from the texture it creates. Just make sure to cover your roots with a layer of hair to conceal the textured areas. - Directions: Clamp the hot tool at your roots, brush it out with your fingers, and cover it with a layer of hair. Spray a moderate amount of hair spray to keep it in place. 2. Dry Shampoo - Thin, flat hair usually looks lifeless because of the lack of texture and thinness of the hair shaft. This means that having freshly washed hair can actually be your worst enemy if you’re going for a volumized look. Adding in a hair product can help at the roots by allowing for your hair to be styled into place. You can use any texturizing spray to do so, but I like to use dry shampoo especially for second-hair days! It helps soak up the oils in my hair as well as volumizing my roots. - Directions: Use any dry shampoo your own and spray onto your roots and brush it out. 3. Hair Extensions - Adding hair extensions onto your head will effortlessly give the illusion that your hair is much thicker than it actually is. The added layers will make the roots of your hair appear uplifted. You can choose from lengthening hair extensions (like mine) or extensions that match your hair length. Either way, it’ll make your hair on your head look much fuller. - Directions: Use clip-in hair extensions and clip it onto your roots. Cover the clip-ins with a layer of hair and spray hairspray it to keep it in place. #cheriepartner #sponsored
Nov. 18, 2020
SUMMER WAVES I’VE BEEN LOVING FOR PARTIES✨
My hair is straight and lays flat on my head so for nights out I love to add some texture to it with waves/curls. A new curling wand I have been loving is the CONAIR - Double Ceramic Triple Barrel Waver It creates effortless waves in as little as 15 minutes. How to: To start, I prep my hair with MOROCCANOIL - Moroccanoil Treatment to add some shine and tame down fly-always, and CHI - 44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray to protect from heat damage. Next, I work in 1-2 inch sections starting from the back to the front until all the hair is complete. As you can see, I start from the top of the hair piece and work my way down the hair. I hold the wand for about 5 seconds over each section. Lastly, I add drybar - Triple Sec 3-in-1 Finishing Spray Blanc Scent for some extra texture and volume. Have you tried a 3-barrel curling wand yet? I would love to try a wand with larger barrels.
CHI-44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray
My Secret Weapon!
Lots of my clients only use Bobby pins to hold their style because they’re unsure how to use a hair pin. Since hair pins are straight, often people are afraid that they will fall right out of their hair. If this is a concern, all you have to do is bend one leg and it will catch the hair and stay in place! Give hair pins a try- they are awesome for adding texture or just for a little bit of extra hold!
cut 17 inches off my hair today! I’ve never had anything but long hair, I’m loving it so far. I’m excited to start styling it more! I bought NOT YOUR MOTHER'S - Beach Babe Texturizing Dry Shampooto maintain my blowout and I’ll be reviewing it in the coming weeks!! any guesses how long my hair was? comment your guess below!!
NOT YOUR MOTHER'S-Beach Babe Texturizing Dry Shampoo
Another way to deal with thin hair
First of all I want to say I almost was about to not post this because literally this is me completely unfiltered and I dunno, I just hate my barely-there eyebrows and grey roots, but this is Cherie- where we celebrate beauty without barriers so 🙌🏼 I thought I’d add a few of my tips to dealing with my thin hair and how to naturally add volume with next to no effort. First of all, after a shower I spray with a detangler. Having thin hair, we want to keep as much of it as we can, so spraying a detangler in will make your hair easier to brush and lead to less fall out. Second- and this is a tip I found out years ago, but not sure how common knowledge it is- but I brush from the root, upwards. This again, helps decrease fallout because if you start from the root, you are prone to more breakage and hair fallout from the tip. Brushing from the ends-up kind of decreases tension when you do finally reach the roots and brush from root to tip. I also only brush my hair after a shower, I never brush during the week, and again, this is all to prevent unnecessary hair loss and breakage because honestly I’m shocked at how much hair I find in my brush every time i brush my hair. Again these are all tips on how to thin hair, through managingAG hair - Moisture Conditioning Mist Detangling Spray breakage 👌🏼
AG hair-Moisture Conditioning Mist Detangling Spray
MAINTAINING THICK, KNOTED HAIR AT THE BEACH✨
Hi everyone! Having thick hair is great because it comes with added volume and allows for endless updo possibilities. With that being said, there are obviously some cons. In the summers by the pool or at the beach I used to struggle with maintaining my hair. The straight strands would knot up when I got out of the water, frizz from the humid weather, and in general, overheat my body. If this sounds relatable, here is a product I always pack in my beach bag that has changed my beach-going experience. GARNIER - Fructis Triple Nutrition Curl Nourish Butter Cream leave-In Treatment is made with coconut oil which is designed to strengthen the hair. The cream also provides frizz control which is great for those extra humid days. This product is advertised for curly hair (which it works well on) but has also helped with my straight hair. I apply a decent amount from the ends of my hair working it up to the top. Next I brush out my hair with a wide-tooth comb (mine is from Target, but you can find one everywhere). This cream has left my thick hair softer, more manageable, and knot-free. At the end, I braid my hair out of the way so it can be maintained off of my body in the heat. What tips do you have for maintaining thick hair in the summer?⬇️⬇️
GARNIER-Fructis Triple Nutrition Curl Nourish Butter Cream leave-In Treatment
DIY HAIR DETANGLER😱🚿
How do you normally detangle your hair? Aloe vera 🌱It is a natural conditioner that will help you repair damaged and frizzy hair 🙆🏻♀️ Distilled water 💦: Is free of toxins and bacteria, that will help us removing the chemicals like fluoride and chlorine that damage our delicate hair and scalp so adding it to this recipe will help us to balance quickly our hair ph level. 🍏cider vinegar: Smooths your strands laying the cuticles down 😯which helps the hair to separate a lot easier than it would if the cuticles were up👌🏻you will see how amazing this ingredient is 😱and for those worried about the smell, once the hair dries out the smell goes away! it is incredible 💃🏻 Almond Oil: It has vitamin E that is rich in antioxidants ✨so it will give your hair a healthy shine✨ that forms a layer that protects the hair from external harmful factors like pollution, chemicals, heat, dust, etc🙌🏻 PD: You can preserve a good quality aloe vera gel for 10 to 15 days in the room and your recipe will last much longer with distilled water :). Use it everytime you need to detangle your hair 😊
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