From Charlie’s Angels to Kim Kardashian, beautiful big(ish) hair styling tips…
I am going to show my age here, but who cares?!
As a boy, I grew up with posters and pictures of Charlie’s Angels plastered all over my bedroom. It was back in the day when Drew Barrymore was in ET and had no idea (at least I think so) that she would one day try and emulate those icons of 1970’s style.
I would collect every, and I mean every, picture of the Angels that I could get my teenage hands on. I could go on and on, but maybe another time. Why I bring this up is that Charlie’s Angel hair, or at least the flavor, is back!
Wooo hoooo… flat and overly straightened hair is finally done.
Look in Allure, Vogue or Elle magazine and you can see bigger, looser and overall much sexier hair. This look is so many things that I love about hair. It subliminally says, “I’m here, I’m sexy, and I don’t have to make my hair perfect’! “And, this modern glamour, big hairstyle can be styled to work on whatever hair length you have, except super short, of course.
The idea is not to make hair look too “done” or too big. If after styling, you have visions of Prom 1984 in the South… it’s too much!
If your hair is really curly or frizzy just tame it with a little polisher product like Frizz Ease drops.
Beauty product flashback: Here’s a word that you haven’t heard in a while, mousse. That’s right. If you have straight hair, use mousse to create body!
Blow dry with round brush for a medium all over bend or curl in hair. When completely dry, tease a little, all over but not to the extreme, using a paddle brush. Then spray with Shaper Hair Spray by Sebastian (MY FAVORITE!) and shape with fingers until your inner Farrah starts to appear. - Mr. Beauty Tips
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