Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Fall Hair Trend: Making Waves

Wearing Waves
Waves are everywhere this fall. Long and short hair can all have the forties feel. The modern update is shown at left. Waves are easy to do.Todays look is done with a slim flat iron. Any type of hair can be waved. If your hair is fine and hard to hold you can use a mousse to give it staying power. If your hair is thin and limp you can make your hair thicker by using a hair thickner along with the mousse. Waves will make your hair thicker.
How-To: You will need a slim (about an inch or so) flat iron. Wash your hair with Judaysia VS Volumizing shampoo. This will give your hair shine. Towel dry. Apply Judaysia Thic or Mousse. Comb through.Blow dry. Use your slim flat iron. Take small sections. Run iron down the shaft, when you get to the ends make sure the whole end is tucked in. Roll up the hair in the iron working toward the roots. When you get to the top hold it a second and remove the iron. Tucking in the ends prevents fish hooks. Running the iron down the shaft heats up the hair helping it to set. When cool run your fingers thtough it. Spray with Judaysia VS Shaper spray. If you are going to be in humidity or live in one of the humid states try Judaysia VS Platinum Hair Spray. It is a humidity holding spray. Protects the curls so the humidity cannot get in and make them go limp, without being stiff. If you need more help or have a question about your hair leave a comment.