Monday, November 14, 2005

Big Hair Is Back This Season!

Whether your hair is curly or straight, you can give your roots a boost for some seriously sexy hair!

Big, bouncy, glamous hair was the rage at this years Emmy awards. Its also been spotted all over the catwalks (Versace, Chanel, Michael Kors).

Don’t be scared – this voluminous doesn’t have to bring back horrible eighties flashbacks. Instead opt for a more natural look – take note of your hair’s natural texture and flow and work with that.

Giving curly hair volume can sometimes be tricky – you don’t want to end up with frizzy hair. To avoid the frizz-factor, use John Frieda Sheer Blonde Full-Blown Blonde Volumizing Spray on the roots of your hair before gently blow-drying. Use a low speed and low heat and direct the dryer at the roots to give extra lift and a tousled finish.

Don’t be put off by the name – it works on brunettes too!

John Frieda Sheer Blonde Full-Blown Blonde Volumizing Spray

John Frieda Sheer Blonde Full-Blown Blonde Volumizing Spray

Infused with white-grape complex, this volumizing spray expands and thickens shinny, skimpy strands for hair that looks and feels luxuriously full.
Price: USD $5.50


Backcombing is a great way to boost your hair. It’s a form of teasing.

  • Take a section of hair, lift it up and place a fine-toothed comb under the section of hair. Start at the middle of the section and comb down against the direction of the hair.

  • For an all-over backcomb, take small sections at a time and tease. Lightly brush over the top layer of hair to finish.

  • For a backcombed ponytail, tease hair at the crown and pull back and secure with a snagless elastic.


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