Tip 1: Get Rid of Static Winter months can wreak havoc on your locks, filling them with static and leaving hair looking dull and dry. Use a dryer sheet to tame static hair by smoothing it over your entire head going from root to ends. To avoid getting static altogether, rub or place the dryer sheets on your brushes and combs before using them on your hair. Be sure to deep condition at least once a week to keep your locks looking shiny and healthy. Tip 2: Braids = Waves S
by ButterFly Beauty Pro Misty Mittelstedt www.HairByMM.com When round brushing your hair, it is best to start with a bit of mouse at your roots for body and leave in conditioner on your ends for protection. Blow dry about 75% of moisture out of hair. You can flip your head upside down to help add more body during this process. Next, section your hair in to 4 easy to round brush sections. One on the top, one from ear to ear, one at your crown, and last the section at your na
by ButterFly Beauty Pro Misty Mittelstedt Oily Hair? Make sure your hair is 100% dry before you go to bed. While you're asleep, your head is in direct contact with your pillow for 6-8 hours preventing water from evaporating. As a result, your scalp will over-compensate by creating extra sebum making your hair oiler quicker. Need More Volume? Blow dry your hair, lift sections of hair towards the ceiling and direct heat to your roots. This dries the roots in an upright, lifted
by ButterFly Beauty Pro Misty Mittlestedt Giving yourself a cool cute faux bob is a great look to cool you down for the summer. First, give your hair some texture by using a curling iron or waver. Then simply tuck up the ends and pin it close to your neckline. Make sure to leave some loose pieces closer to the front to make it look more natural . Finally, I recommend using Bed Head's Masterpiece Shine Hairspray.
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