Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 30, 2013
Sara Greenstone, a representative from the online beauty supply store NewVo Beauty, comments on an article suggesting four ways to style hair for the holidays with the use of common beauty tools.
In an article published by TODAY on December 13th titled “Bobbie’s Buzz: 4 ways to style your hair during the holidays,” Bobbie Thomas, TODAY’s style editor, shares simple ways to achieve holiday hairstyles at home. Her top four style picks are: a faux bob, loose curls, updos, and braided looks.
Thomas’s faux bob hairstyle involves gathering and loosely rolling the excess of hair under the back of the neck to give the appearance of a bob haircut. She also suggests using a flat iron instead of a curling iron for quick, romantic curls. She says, “Simply section your hair, twist your tresses, and while holding your strands in place at the end, use a flat iron to apply heat moving slowly up and down the twisted piece.” Using heat helps to seal the desired shape into place. Finish by spraying with hairspray to keep the curls in place.
Greenstone says, “Flat irons are versatile tools. They’re not just for straightening anymore. They make curling the hair easier and controlling the tightness and amount of curls much easier than using a curling iron. To make various sized curls, you would need a different curling iron for each desired curl shape. But with a flat iron, you control the angles. Flat irons also let you make waves if you don’t want full curls.” She adds, “Make sure you use a thermal styling hair care product when styling this winter. The thermal styling protector from Pureology is a great product because it adds shine and silkiness to your hair while protecting it from the heat.”
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