Is there anything better than the feeling of a fresh, curly, bouncy blowout? Every hair is perfectly coifed and blended together to create a seamless style that looks as good as it feels. Bouncy curls are a trend that is never going out of style and although it would be great to visit the salon on the regular, there comes a time when you need to know how to recreate the look at home. Dean Jones created this simple how-to tutorial to show you how it’s done.
It is really important to always start by prepping your hair, I like to use the Wella Professional Velvet Amplifier. A few pumps of this velvety primer distributed through damp hair will make your hair much more manageable and allow your hair to hold its style all day. When blow drying your hair, you need to add as much volume as possible. It’s best to dry your hair away from your face to add lots of lift; you can even blow-dry your hair upside down for extra oomph.
Once your hair is dry, grab your curling iron to tong your hair one section at a time, add some Wella Professional Thermal Image before styling to nourish your hair and protect it from the heat. Using a curling tong with a bigger barrel tends to work best to achieve a bouncier look. Start from the top of your head and work towards your neck, making sure you curl your hair away from your face and remember not to touch the curls at this point.
With all of your hair tonged, take a pea-sized amount of Wella Professional’s Luminous Smoothening Oil and work it through the ends of your hair to tame any flyaways and add that mirror shine wears so well. Whilst applying the oil to your ends, use your fingers to separate the curls and allow your hair to fall naturally.
For hair that looks smooth and glossy, be sure not to add too much hairspray. To add just the right amount of hold, spray just a fine mist of Wella Professional’s Flexible Finish to hold your style without altering your finished look.
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