A Complete Guide To Styling This Season's Hottest Hair Trends
We're well and truly in the thick of 2017 now, and in an attempt to follow through with your 'new year, new me' resolutions of a very hazy NYE, you've decided to take the plunge and try and new hairstyle.
You've committed to a long bob, a pixie cut or an ~edgy~ dye job and leave the salon feeling (and looking) like a million bucks.
...Then you try and recreate said style one morning in a rush before work and it's a FKN DISASTER.
Having personally experienced the nightmare that is post-salon hair styling, we've reached out to award-winning stylist Anthony Nader of RAW salon to explain exactly how to nail this season's hottest hair trends so you ALWAYS look like you've just been professionally washed, dryed and styled.
You are very welcome.
The Long Bob"A MUST for this textured cool vibe is to make sure your shampoo and conditioner isn't too heavy, as this will weigh down your strands," Anthony explains.
"At the salon, make sure you ask your hairstylist for some shorter layers through the interior as this will help the longevity of the look."
"Always use sea salt spray to give your strands more oomph, and don't be precious about blow-drying but do attach a diffuser to encourage natural movement."
"If you don't have time to blow-dry, try scrunch-drying with your hands."
Long & Luscious"Invest in a nourishing shampoo and conditioner like Oribe Gold Lust Repair to make you look and feel like a rock star, then soak some R+Co Pomade Aircraft Mousse into the mid-lengths and ends before blow-drying," says Anthony.
"For a smoother look, blow-dry finer sections with a 100% boar bristle brush."
"After blow-drying your mane, hit the cool shot button and work in circular movements around your head to lock down the hair cuticle and impart sheen."
BONUS TIP: "As much as you love playing with your hair, try to do this less for your lush to last the duration."
Short & cropped"If you've gone for a style that's longer on top, make your strands less puffy by using a water-soluble wax like R+Co Continental Gloss Wax or a dry clay on 80% dry hair to keep your shape in control and less Marge Simpson."
"If you're blow-drying your hair, don't go too crazy with the heat as this will make your cool girl crop look like you're off to the weekly bowling club raffle."
Curly & Wild"Let me start by saying here that when you own a hairstyle like Halle's, you need to treat it like GOLD."
"This hair type always needs moisture so get your hands on the David Mallett L'Hydration shampoo and conditioner because it's filled with moisture and macadamia nut oil to enhance sheen."
"After washing your hair, don't ever rub your strands with a towel - just blot. This is far gentler on your hair, and your strands will thank you for it! If you can let your hair dry naturally, that's even better - but if you have to blow-dry, set the heat to low."
"For even more moisture, try to MUK Argan Oil Repair Mask on the days you just want to wash-and-go."
Unnaturally Blonde"Before you take the plunge to platinum, make sure you ask your hairstylist to use the Olaplex Treatment to safeguard any hair breakage and hit your shade without going brassy."
"Don't go over the top with styling products as this style will thrive on a 'less is more' vibe. To keep strands silky and supple, invest in the David Mallett Hair Serum (3-5 drops max - as it's super concentrated and the shine factor is high)"You can get your paws on all the products mentioned above at RAW Anthony Nader and Sydney Salon Supplies.
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