Whether straight, wavy or curly we have the styles, products and cuts that work best on your hair.
Think simple not boring for straight hair. No fuss styles are the ultimate.
STYLING Instead of a completely one-length cut, opt for face framing layers. Keep straight hair simple, pulled back in a pony tail or loosely braided, the key is to maintain smoothness, lustre, and natural body.
PRODUCTS Volumizing mousse lifts up hairs without curbing movement. After shampoo and before blow drying, run dry oil through strands. It helps soften texture and give added shine.
GET THE LOOK Bumble and bumbleHairdresser’s Invisible Oil, $50. Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse, $30.
The ultimate in romantic hair, it’s all about enhancing your natural texture.
STYLING Don’t overbrush after you emerge from a shower, let waves fall naturally instead. If you want to enhance your natural waves, use a large curling iron on uneven sections and pull sides back to avoid 80s wings. Alternatively, apply a styling product to damp hair and tousle hair through fingertips.
PRODUCTS Styling cream and texture spray keeps fly-aways under wraps and gives extra hold.
GET THE LOOK Drybar The Wrap Party Styling Wand, $206. Living Proof Full Thickening Cream, $36.
Avoid frizz, dullness and greasy-looking hair at all costs. Then you’ll be able to embrace the glamour of come-hither curls.
STYLING For bouncy, luscious curls, keep hair below chin-length and with long layers. Get a trim every six to eight weeks. Curls love moisture so look for shampoos and cleansers with oils such as argan and coconut and apply leave-in conditioner.
PRODUCTS When styling, you don’t want crunchy hair so opt for a serum instead of gel. Tame the frizz with a mist of water to reactivate styling products.
GET THE LOOK Briogeo Rosarco Repair Shampoo, $30. Shu Uemura Urban Moisture Hydro-Nourishing Double Serum, $50.
This original beauty article first appeared in the Spring 2018 issue of City Style and Living Magazine