Hair How-To: Romantic Waves

Posted by Melanie on Thu, 02/06/2014 - 12:00 AM

You can get the classic, subtle, and totally romantic hair style in just three easy steps.

 
Start with second-day hair (yes, we’re serious), the clean texture of freshly washed hair won’t help create and set your curl. Take one inch sections of your hair from your bottom layer working upwards towards your crown, and use a curling iron with a clamp to construct your curls. If you’ve got thinner hair and want to naturally create more volume, alternate the direction in which you curl your sections (some towards the left and some towards the right).

          Hair tool to try: T3 bodywaver 1.75" professional curling iron

 Set your hair with a light amount of hairspray, and let sit for about fifteen minutes until cool.

 
         Your perfect product go-to: Rusk w8less hairspray

     Use your fingers to gently comb out your waves. The key here is long gentle strokes; you’ll want to lengthen each of your locks as you go. Set with a final spritz of hairspray.

New product at FragranceNet: Not your average flat iron

Posted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/24/2011 - 5:33 PM

I don't know about you, but my hair is wavy. To straighten it takes a long time, especially using a hair dryer. If you don't dry your hair all the way through (I have thick hair, too), all your straightening efforts have gone to waste.

These days I just don't put in the time. I have learned to embrace my wavy locks. However, every once in a while I'll feel the need for the straight and narrow, and drag out the hair dryer. Not anymore.

Sure, flat irons have been around a while, but FragranceNet just got a new one in stock, one that seems to be fairly popular - the Babyliss Pro Nano Flat Iron. This flat iron is a little different in that it straightens hair up to 40 percent faster, and you can use it on wet hair! I'm sorry, but this is a must-have in my household. And apparently in Angela's, too. (Pictured here)