Calm un­der THE COL­LAR

How not to put a hair out of place this win­ter

Irish Daily Mail - YOU - - BEAUTY BUZZ -

For most of us who have long hair – and if you’re not there yet, try L’Oréal Paris El­vive Dream Lengths Restor­ing Sham­poo and De­tan­gling Con­di­tioner (€5.99 each, su­per­drug.com), which claims to ‘save your cen­time­tres’ – the tuck­ing of one’s lengths in col­lars and win­ter scarves is a recipe for a knotty dis­as­ter. On planet fash­ion, how­ever, it’s a ‘look’ – as the Tibi A/W 17 show (left) proved beyond doubt. But to counter the mur­der of brush­ing and de­mat­ting, you’ll need a few tricks up your sleeve. Be­tween sham­poo and con­di­tioner, leave the gen­uinely trans­for­ma­tive Daniel Galvin Smooth­ing & De­tan­gling Mist (€20, daniel­galvin. com) in hair for five min­utes, while comb­ing it through with The WetBrush Orig­i­nal De­tan­gler (€13.50, vic­to­ri­a­health.com). If you’re af­ter a ‘faux bob’, tie long hair into a loose pony be­fore tuck­ing it into your coat – but skip stan­dard elas­tic bands. In­stead, wrap Evo Mis­ter Fan­tas­tic Hair Bungee around hair to avoid snag­ging (€8, evo­hair.com). Tie it, tuck it and face the win­try world with new re­solve. The bonus of the tuck is that it keeps the chill off your neck, too.

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