ADVERTORIAL: Know your hair by Hair Citi

2016-10-27 06:00
Photo: supplied Get sexy hair this season.

Photo: supplied Get sexy hair this season.

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Ways to get sexy hair

FLICK it - Fun flicks are fabulously flirty. Manipulate the ends of the hair with wax to hold the shape and use flat iron for maximum flickability.

Dare to be different

A versatile cut means you can change your look dramatically - effective styling starts in the salon. Choosing a hairdresser who cuts well is of utmost importance.

She must be able to give you a cut that suits your hair type as well as your face.

Create and illusion

For thick tresses use good volume products when blowdrying hair, for example, root lift sprays and double boost sprays by Goldwell. It will give the illusion of more depth and vitality.

Shine like a star

To combat dull hair, spritz on some super shiny conditioning spray before styling, eg. Moisture Kick and Repair Rescue by Schwarzkopf. After styling put on satin guard or sleek perfection to leave your hair looking and feeling soft and glossy.

Be colour savvy

Get your locks looking super-sexy by introducing this season’s cutting edge blends of subtle purple under tones, rich chocolate browns and rich burnt coppers.

You will be the centre of attention. Use colour lock products to maintain tone and shine, also reduces porosity. Great products are Schwaz Colour Save Range and Goldwell’s Fade Stop range.

Get beauty from within

A good diet is vital for maintaining good condition, so make sure you’re getting the recommended daily allowance of calcium, protein and vitamins A,C,D,E and be sure to drink plenty of water.

Get steamy

For a quick morning boost put in a few rollers, slide on your shower cap and let the steam do all the hard work.

Set the curls in place with a good strong hairspray and remember if you want to keep the body in your hair, don’t over brush. - Supplied.

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