The 5 Springtime hair tweaks that are anything but boring…
Add a slick of shiny balm to this 90s supermodel chignon, like the models at Colangelo. Twist hair up into a tight bun, then smooth Show Beauty Grooming Balm through the sides to give it an edge. You’ll be able to spread it better if you warm it up in your hands first. This is the most malleable of products so as well as adding a twist to the style it’s also great for sweeping your hair back and keeping it there - and for a comb-raked texture, if you’re after that.
Fringes are going to be huge news this year. The models at Conran were each given individual rock-inspired hair looks and we loved the nonchalant fringe. Get the dishevelled and raw texture by using a curling iron throughout, then misting through Working Texture Spray - the mother of all texturising products and great for the piece-y and mussed up look. This is the perfect style for fine tresses and great for reviving a blow-dry on second day hair. This fringe is so versatile you can wear it straight, on the side or even with a centre-parting.
Super-glam hair is back and seen at many shows including Julien MacDonald. It’s a nineties style but with the new product technology and straighteners on the market, frying your hair won’t be a problem. Use Thermal Protect from roots-to-tips and roughly blow-dry. Let the parting fall as close to the centre as suits you best, then use the irons once or twice to eliminate any frizz or kinks. Smooth through Treatment Oil for that super-smooth shine.
BIG, BOUNCY CURLS
Curly hair will be more relaxed with more of an undone feeling and a looser shape this season. The full head of curls seen at Paco Rabanne is super simple, classic, and feel good because it’s light and airy, and moves. To achieve the look, pull Treatment Oil through with fingers and blow-dry with a diffuser, scrunching in the process. Flip your head, finger-fluff the roots and shake your head to create movement. Finish with an all over misting of Premiere Finishing Spray, which will hold the style but keep it flexible. Stretch your curls slightly for more of a lived in look. Tip: Do not brush your hair or mess with it. Once there are defined curls in it, you’ll brush out all the benefits.
Tory Burch was among the shows who looked like they'd dyed the models hair shades of pink, blue or green for the catwalk. Pop into Show Dry for a complimentary expert colour consultation, then either invest in colour hair pieces (the lightest shade 14b can be toned any colour) or go for all over hue – whether that is an ethereal cloud of pastel pink or a darker raspberry shade.
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