Thursday 5 March 2015

Two Products and Three Steps to Volume without Heat*

*Press Sample

Look, I know that I can get whatever hair style I want (for my hair length). Give me a heating tool, maybe an hour or two extra in the morning, and I'm sure I can pull off whatever magazine 'do' we're all craving this moment. But let's be realz, whipping out a heating tool is a pain, and I don't feel like de-tangling wire cords that early in the morning.

My hair is pretty forgiving. I don't have problematic bed-head, short hair doesn't get too tangled and a bob is more or less easy to maintain.  But there are times when I just need volume.  It seems like all the volumizing products I've encountered need to be tempered by heat else your hair style falls flat in 2 hours.  Thankfully, I've finally found a working, no-heat, quick volumizing solution

Before: volume-less hair
This process only requires two products! The Evo Haze Styling Powder and Tresemme's Perfectly Undone Sea Foam* 

Step 1:

Put some of Evo Haze right on the roots of where you want the volume to be generated from. If you don't have access to this product, Got2B makes something similar. I think there's a L'Oreal version as well but I can't remember the name. Haze is a tacky white powder that acts sort of like glue. It basically keeps your hair in place.

Step 2:

Pump some of the Tresemme Perfectly Undone Sea Foam* onto your hand and palm it directly on the same root areas. Make sure to bump up the hair on the back of your head too.

Step 3:

For lack of better words...joosh it up. Rub everything in with your finger tips and push a little upwards as you do.


The awesome thing about this process is, even if your hair falls flat during the day, if you joosh it up, it instantly gets back to being volumized because the tacky hair powder will hold it back in place. This has been a great two product, three step procedure which I wish I had figured out earlier. 

Do you bother with heat tools in the morning?

Daily Zen: This literally blew me away. I never thought to use the rowing machine for anything aside from rowing. 

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