The F Words: Full & Flowing Hair
For a little more volume and texture boosting, Cool Girl Barely There Texture Mist by Sam McKnight will give that 'I woke up like this' look Beyonce’s been singing about.
Zipper Seven photographed by Graham Dunn
Few of us are lucky enough to be born with a killer head of locks. For the rest of us it’s a work in progress. Before we say the F word and eat the entire bag of bean chips (current guilty pleasure) lets get a grip. We’ve got this. Our new manta is “my hair is full and flowing.” Repeat 10 times. If that doesn’t work we got product options.
Lets start at the roots of your hair where volume begins. Comb through VIRTUE’S Uplifting Volumizing Whip from root to tip. The mousse will elevate your hair and add texture. For a little more volume and texture boosting, Cool Girl Barely There Texture Mist by Sam McKnight will give that “I woke up like this” look Beyonce’s been singing about. Spray the mist throughout hair or directly onto a barrel brush if you’re blow drying your hair. Start from the root and the bristles will spread the product evenly. Another trick is moving your hair in the opposite direction of where it falls and massaging at the root.
Sometimes we have to go a step further and pull other the curler. The T3's Twirl wand or T3's Body Waver will take you to the next level. Wrap your locks around the tong for a few seconds and achieve instant texture and volume. Brush through for a more undone look.
If your hair looks best three days unwashed it is time to call on Ouai Dry Shampoo or Lazy Girl Dry Shampoo by Sam McKnight. Dry shampoo sill absorb hairs natural oils which cause hair to fall flat. Be careful not to over apply and you’re good to go.
Told you. There is hope for the rest of us! Enjoy your new hair.