Tresemme shine spray; Suave dry shampoo; Oscar Blandi dry shampoo
The most commonly asked question I get is "girllllllll, how you do your hair like that?", to which I usually ignore the question completely or sometimes reply "I don't do anything". You people don't seem to take those responses so here's a step by step of my process & "secrets":
- I wash my hair at night. Mainly because I'm not a morning person & I like to wake up & do as little as possible. But also because I don't use a hair dryer & just let it air dry. So I go to bed with it wet & wake up with some sessiii bed head.
- I unknowingly let my hair stylist perm my hair last fall. I said I wanted to look like an Olsen twin (talking about color) & totally walked outta there with a full on beach wave perm. LOVED IT. But, perms are expensive & I'm cheap. To get the same beach wave look, make a sea salt water mixture (boil water & mix in sea salt then put it in a spray bottle) & spray it on your hair after you wash & comb it out. It works the same as Bumble & Bumble spray but doesn't cost you anything. Then just take your hands & do a little scrunch action & again, let it air dry. Make sure you use SEA SALT.. regular table salt obviously won't work the same.
- When I wake up in the morning I sometimes spray a tiny bit of Tresemme shine spray onto my ends. Just because.
- The only part of my hair I actually spend more than 30 seconds on, are my bangs, which I just straighten.
- I suppose my only "secret" is that I don't wash my hair often. Gross? Probably. I maybe wash it twice a week & then it's dry shampoo all the way. Before Suave started making an affordable dry shampoo, I used Oscar Blandi, which I still love because it doesn't leave behind any residue whereas Suave leaves a tiny bit of white residue but for 1/4 of the price.. Suave it is. Also, baby powder works just the same.
- Oh, & my old ombre was not purposeful. Just me being too lazy to dye my roots to the point where they got so bad it became trendy.