Sunday, 31 July 2016

Hair Routine: Curls

I went to a wedding last weekend, you might have seen my wedding makeup look post. I wanted to share with you the hair routine I did on the day. This is the routine I use pretty much whenever I curl my hair. So, if you want to find out how I created the hair above, keep reading....
I begin with washing my hair, see my current haircare routine here. Before drying, I use a really small amount of the TIGI Bed Head Small Talk Thickifier (great name!) I find this really helps to give my hair more volume. I then rough dry my hair until it is completely dry. I will use a round brush at the roots - again, looking for that volume. 
Once my hair is dry, I then go in with the curling wand. I use the Remington wand, this one is really hot so it helps the curls to hold. I don't really have any particular way of using the wand, I just make sure all the curls are going away from my face. 
Once all the curls are done, I often find that they can be more on the riglet side of curls - not for me. So I will crush through the curls with a wide tooth comb. I find this gives me a really nice wave. I add a really small amount of the Aussie 3 Miracle Oil, I find this really helps to give the curls shine and smooths flyaways. 
Finally, I add a really light amount of the Batiste Stylist Oomph My Locks XXL Volume Spray to my roots. I find this adds volume without having to ruin my hair backcombing it. I also add a spritz of the   Oribe Dry Texturising Spray to the ends of my hair to give the curls a bit of texture, if they need it. 

and just like magic....

What are your tips for curling your hair? Let me know in the comments. 
Love, Kate xx

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  1. This is a really lovely wavey look! I use Aussie shampoo and conditioning products but I didn't know they had a hair oil, I'll have to have a look for it!!x


    1. Thank you!! Its really good - it can be used in 3 ways too which it really good.
      Kate xx


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