The Summer heat and humidity can wreak tremendous havoc on my curly locks. To the degree that it is almost impossible to tame them. It has gotten to the point that I don’t even bother trying to straighten my hair as the battle against the Summer heat just isn’t worth it. Frizz always wins the battle. Sad, but true. I have just come to accept that in the Summer I need to learn to appreciate the
not-so luscious locks that I have been blessed with.
As the years have gone on, I have tried my hand at just about everything to ease my sometimes temperamental tresses. I have tried product after product, and have even tried making my own batch of Sea Salt Spray with Moroccan Oil. Nothing has ever seemed to give me the results that I loved until I was introduced to two new products available on Vidal Sassoon‘s line: VS Waves Creme Pomade and VS Waves Hair Primer Wave Enhancer Spray. The VS Waves collection is designed to protect the shape and life of your natural curls..
To achieve the optimal beach wave hair this Summer it is quite simple with VS Waves.
Upon exiting the shower, towel dry your hair until damp and no longer soaking. Spritz your hair with VS Waves Hair Primer and Wave Enhancer. Comb through your hair with a wide tooth comb.
Pump VS Waves Creme Pomade into your palm. All you need is 2 to 3 pumps of the product. That will be plenty. Tousle and scrunch into your damp hair gently.
Follow up with a quick all over spritz of Vidal Sassoon Control Collection Hair Spray or Vidal Sassoon VS Waves Hair Spray.
Let air dry, and you will be left with frizz free beach wave inspired tresses. The perfect look for a Summer day, and also the perfect style to flock to when you are short on time!
This look accomplished using VS Waves should leave your locks feeling soft. If you are looking for a more wet look with crunchy curls, I would suggest checking out Herbal Essences Tousle Me Softly Hair Gel and Hair Spray.
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