Friday, November 21, 2008

How to get STAR hair!

What Not to Wear's hair guru Nick Arrojo tells you how to style your tresses like the stars!

How to get the look:

1.Apply volumizing mousse all over, and – using a medium-sized round barrel brush – blow-dry smooth.

2. Wrap hair sections around the brush, and blow-dry for five seconds. Blast with cool air to set and unravel.
3. Twist the pieces together to "create loopy, bouncy waves," says Arrojo.

Bonus tip: You can also use hot Velcro rollers – but be sure to cool hair before removing them. "Otherwise, you'll lose the bounce," he says. Finish with hairspray.

How to get the look:
1. Use a volumizing product to blow-dry and tousle hair with fingers.
2. In the jar, blow-dry a small amount of pomade until it liquefies. Dab onto palm and apply "to create separation and texture," says Arrojo.
3. For a "more carefree look," use a curling iron to loosely loop the ends.

Bonus tip: "Add extensions to give your hair pieces of length in areas," he says.

How to get the look:

1. Apply mousse and blow-dry with your hands, then scrunch it under a diffuser.
2. Use a curling iron to emphasize the loops. But "don't do every curl – you'll achieve a look that's too set," says Arrojo.
3. Blow-dry the front with your fingers, and "get a little bit of a flick" with the curling iron. Finish with a detailing mist or high-shine hairspray.
Bonus Tip: Lightly tease the crown of your hair with a bristle brush. Gives nice body and will stay all night.

How to get the look:
1. Apply a thermal protector and blow-dry hair smooth.

2. With a curling iron, take 10 sections of hair around the head and curl in at the root. Allow hair to cool.

3. Take a small amount of de-frizzing serum, turn your head over and run fingers through hair or use a vent brush to break down the curl.

Bonus tip: On one side, curl three strands toward your face for a "nice curved scoop," says Arrojo. Finish with hairspray.
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