Amp up your style

Tre­semmé brand am­bas­sador and celeb stylist Chris Naselli recre­ates soft, bouncy red-car­pet looks for you!

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with Tre­semmé and celebrity hair­styl­ist Chris Naselli

1“First con­di­tion then sham­poo with Tre­semmé Beauty-full Vol­ume prod­ucts. Work the mousse through damp hair,” says Chris.

2Create a mid­dle part­ing, then take a 3cm sec­tion from the cor­ner of your left brow. Do a sim­ple three-strand plait and tie.

3Do an­other small plait be­low the first one, tak­ing the sec­tion from your tem­ples.

4Re­peat on the other side. “Spritz with hair­spray for grip, then sep­a­rate the plaits to loosen them,” ad­vises Chris.

5Pull your hair back into a high pony­tail. Wrap the plaits around the base of the pony and fas­ten with bobby pins.

6Scrunch mousse into lengths. We love Tre­semmé Beau­ty­full Vol­ume Mousse (R79.99).

1Ap­ply a 20 cent-sized amount of vo­lu­mis­ing blowdry cream, like Tre­semmé Beauty-full Vol­ume Hair Max­imiser (R85.99), to add some vol­ume. Fo­cus on your roots to mid-shaft.

2Ap­ply mousse and blowdry with a round brush. Cre­ate a deep side part­ing. Us­ing a curl­ing iron, start curl­ing 2.5cm-wide pieces at a time. Pin in place.

3For added hold, mist each tonged sec­tion with hair­spray be­fore you pin. Then let each curl set in place while you curl the same sized sec­tions all over your head. Make sure to curl in the same di­rec­tion. Al­low your hair to cool for 10 min­utes.

4Re­lease the curls and gently brush them out from top to bot­tom us­ing a boar bris­tle brush. Work them into waves as you brush, keep­ing the side smooth with vol­ume at the part­ing.

5To sculpt the waves into place, use the end of a tail comb. At the curve of the wave, add a duck­bill clip to keep the shape. Now get dressed.

6Avoid steamy bath­rooms which can cause your waves to fall flat. Fi­nally, re­move the clips that were hold­ing your waves in place. Lib­er­ally spritz your hair with a strong-hold hair­spray from 20cm away to make your style last all night.

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