Calming Bang Cowlicks

One of the most effective techniques for dealing with cowlicks at the bang area is to try drying the bangs forward with a vent or round brush so that the cowlick will be weighted down. Another technique is to have a hairstyle that incorporates the cowlick into the style thereby creating lift at the cowlick. Use styling tools to support either styling technique.


Curling Iron Styling

If you want a longer hold when you style with a curling iron try spraying hairspray BEFORE curling hair.


Styling With Hot Rollers

When using hot rollers spray dry hair first with a "working" hairspray. Take your first section and comb it smooth, spray with hairspray and then twist the section before wrapping on the roller. This will give a spiral look to your curls. After rollers have cooled take out rollers and spray with a "working" hairspray. Finally turn head upside down and run your fingers through your hair.


Hair Splits At Crown Area

This problem can be treated by utilizing the correct styling tools and drying the problem area in the opposite direction to redirect the hair and give it more lift. Don't dry the hair flat to your head as it magnifies the split in the crown area. Instead use a vent brush to lift the hair at the scalp. If the hair is sticking up in the crown area and you have a short cut, try growing the hair longer. You should find that the weight of the hair will weigh down the crown cowlick.


Using a Blowdryer and Brush To Turn One Length Hair Under

After drying hair 70% dry use a round brush or rounded vent brush begin drying hair under. Use a working spray and spray on the ends of your hair while the brush is in a turned under postion in your hair. Aim the blow dryer at the hair that is in the brush for 15 seconds then let the hair cool for 5-10 seconds and then remove brush. You may have to turn the dryer off and put it on the counter until you get used to applying the technique. The key factor is spraying the hair, then using a blowdryer set to "hot" to act like a curling iron then allowing the hair to cool before removing the brush. Repeat until all the hair is dryed under. If you have a lot of hair try pinning the top layer up and working first on the underneath layer.

There a few words that best describe the styles for Winter'97-'98: Disco, Sleek, Poetic & Bedroom Disco: Updated versions of the look of the 70's looks more undone than the originals. You can scrunch your hair while blow-drying to add texture using a round brush and oversize curlers. The tools:For a wet look use gel. For a dry tousled texture use a thickener before drying. Sleek: Every strand may be perfectly in place, but what makes this season's smooth styles so modern is stiffness. Blow-dry your hair away from your face. The tools: for maximum smoothness apply a light finishing product to wet hair. Poetic: It doesn't get any prettier than this. Soft, tousled, tendriled styles that bring to mind lovesick heroines. How to is all about teasing the classic way from the root, for super volume and texture. The tools: Use thickening lotion or volumizer on wet hair. Scrunch as you blow dry, then tease. Bedroom: "I just woke up" is the sexy message in these styles. How achieve that sexy look, tease your hair along the shaft (not at the root). You can apply this technique to either your entire head or a random section for a more laid back look. The tools: Apply a root lifting lotion to hair before you style it.

The number one complaint of clients is they can not get their hair to style the same way as when they left the salon. Hair designers use foams, gels, spray gels, liquid gels, etc. for a reason. Each product is used as a tool the same way they use scissors, rollers, irons, or a blow dryer. To Create Volume...On clean towel dried hair: Apply a product designed to create volume . Apply it at the roots of your hair and comb through to the ends(you want more product at toward the scalp than at the ends- this makes the hair "lift") When blow drying, use the high heat setting when the hair is damp. When the hair is almost dry, use your brush to hold your hair in place and use the cool setting to "set" the hair. After the hair is completely dry and your style is set, use a stronger holding hair spray to keep the hair in place.

If you use curling irons... On clean towel dried hair: Apply a product designed to create volume . Apply it at the roots of your hair and comb through to the ends(you want more product at toward the scalp than at the ends- this makes the hair "lift") Let hair cool before brushing out. After the hair is completely dry and your style is set, use a stronger holding hair spray to keep the hair in place.

If you use rollers (cold or hot)... On clean towel dried hair: Apply a product designed to create volume . Apply it at the roots of your hair and comb through to the ends(you want more product at toward the scalp than at the ends- this makes the hair "lift") Roll your hair. Mist lightly with a light to medium hair spray (do not use a strong one) When hair is dry, brush out, and finish with a stronger finishing spray.


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