Amp up your style
Tresemmé brand ambassador and celeb stylist Chris Naselli recreates soft, bouncy red-carpet looks for you!
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.