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A Smooth Blow Out Is Important For Editorial Shoots! If That’s What You Want.

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There are many reasons why your hair might not be co-operating perpetually dry hair, breakages, split ends, static, all contribute to a halo of fuzz. Our hair is made up of three layers and thousands of cells. The outer layer is the cuticle, which under a microscope looks like a grid of roof tiles. Their main purpose is to protect the hair’s cortex and they should, ideally, lie flat, giving the appearance of silky smooth hair. Lack of moisture, heat styling, chemical damage, you name it, cause these tiles to ruffle and before you know it you’re outlined in frizz.  When I am blow drying the hair in the salon or on a photo shoot I first spray into the toweled dried hair some Colour Fanatic. Photographed below and then comb through the hair. Lovely scent and easy to comb through and will give the hair protection from the all day blow drying, flat ironing, and curling done on a photo shoot. I also use this product in the salon on my clients for there finishing. Colour Fanatic has a lot of benefits for the hair.
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Then I will take a quarter sized amount of the Agadir Argan Oil Hair Treatment Mixing the two products I get a lovely smooth blow dry for my clients and also my models. You can also use the two products separately, but I like to cocktail them together. If you use these two products together you will get a very, very smooth blow out!
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Agadir Argan Oil Hair Treatment moisturizes and conditions dry, damaged hair. Use it as a hair serum before styling hair with a curling iron or blow dryer. Agadir oil contains vitamins and antioxidants that nourish hair leaving it feeling soft and with a refreshing scent.  Repairs, softens and strengthens dry, brittle, frizzy, overworked hair.  Alcohol free formula, nourishes and soothes dry, itchy scalp. Use this formula I have given you and you cannot go wrong with your blow out.
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Best Haircare Advice In Orlando, Florida 32836 Joseph Kellner

If you reach for a curling iron, flat-iron, or other heat-styling tools daily, learn how to protect your hair. Using a heat-protectant spray will save your locks from turning frizzy, dry, and brittle.

I first learned about protecting my hair from heat from my wedding hair stylist. Because I chose a hairstyle full of curls, this product saved my long hair from unwanted damage. Since the wedding, I’ve used the spray to not only protect my hair, but also to make my curls last all day and night. Here’s how I recommend to do the process!

Prep Your Hair – If you’ve just washed your hair, dry it. Use a towel to blot out the water, and then use a blow dryer on a low, cool setting. Although this process isn’t speedy, it will do less damage to your hair. Cool air smooths the cuticle, leaving you with shinier tresses.

Make Small Sections – Next, thoroughly comb your hair and divide out the first small section to style. Whether you’re using a curling iron, flat-iron, crimper, or other heat-styling tool, you’ll want to apply it to one small section of hair at a time.

Hold the Hair – Place the hair in the heat styling tool  and slide it to the end of the hair so you can hold the hair away from your head. Spray a fine mist of heat protectant along the length of the hair. Keep the bottle of spray at least 12 inches away from the hair so the spray isn’t concentrated on one small area of hair. I recommend a dry lightweight aerosol hair spray.

Style the Hair – Now, style your hair. Twist the barrel of the curling iron to loop the hair onto itself, or pull the flat-iron slowly down the length of the hair. After styling that one section, repeat this spray-and-style process until you’ve finished. If you’re creating curls, leave them intact until you’re done using the heat-styling tools.

Set the Look – Finally, spray a fine mist of hairspray over the heat-styled areas. Now, use your fingers or a pick to break apart the curls or blend straightened hair. Finish the look by adding hair accessories if desired. Usually, a final mist of hairspray is unneeded because heat-protectant sprays add rigidity to the hair.

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