4 Mind-Blowing hair hacks to look shiny everyday

 

1. Use a mixture of styling products to create cool-girl waves with ease. To get ultra low-maintenance waves, first dampen your hair, then mix shine cream, shaping gel, and blow-dry balm together (Orlando Pita used Tresemmé’s Make Waves Shine Enhancing Cream, Make Waves Shaping Gel, and Get Sleek Perfect Polish Blow Dry Balm) in the palm of your hand. Next, apply the product mixture, create a middle part, and secure four or five buns around your head with bobby pins. Then, let your hair set while you do your makeup and unravel the buns right before you walk out the door. (Tip viaOrlando Pita for Tresemmé at BCBG Max Azria.) 

2. Hold your hair spray close for a sleek finish; farther away for a tousled, textured effect. Hair spray is versatile and can have a different effect depending on how far away you spray it from the hair. So, rather than changing the amount you use, hold the can closer to your head for a wet look or farther away for a flexible finish. Try Wella Stay Firm EIMI Workable Finishing Hairspray. (Tip via Eugene Souleiman for Wella at DKNY.)

3. Create cool-girl bends in your hair in five minutes flat. Start by dropping a section of hair into a flat iron to create the first bend. Then, feed the piece in between the flat iron clamps in an « S » curve formation, clamping down on the shape to create the bends. Repeat to the ends. (Tip via Anthony Cole for Sebastian Professional at Christian Siriano.) 

4. Get beachy texture without drying out your hair. To get gritty texture, apply sea salt spray from roots to the mid-length, avoiding your ends. Salt spray can dry your ends and cause them to split, so you’ll want to use leave-in conditioner on the ends to create that subtle separation. Try John Masters Organics Sea Mist and John Masters Organics Rose & Apricot Hair Milk and (Tip via Antonio Prieto for John Masters Organics at Nanette Lepore.)

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