You guys know how inspired I am by the 70s era. Everything from the clothes to the makeup and hair was so iconic and timeless, and when I was at NYFW a couple weeks ago I noticed so much of its influence all over the runways. One beauty trend that I’m loving is voluminous, touchable 70s waves – it’s like the beach wave’s older and more sophisticated sister, if you will. I snuck backstage with Tresemmé to learn how to recreate this look in a modern way, perfect for the everyday girl on the go. Check out the video tutorial and read the step-by-step process below!
Step 1. Start by prepping your hair with Beauty-Full Volume Pre-wash Conditioner. I know it may sound counter intuitive to use a conditioner first, but the stylists over at Tresemmé insist that using conditioner last will weigh down your hair and prevent volume. This one is especially formulated to go on first and leave your hair full of bounce – how cool is that? Follow with Beauty-Full Volume Shampoo. Your hair will be silky soft without feeling flat or full of product.
Step 2. Work in the Beauty-Full Volume Hair Maximizer from your roots to the ends of your hair. It’ll add loads of touchable volume. Blow dry your hair completely!
Step 3. With a wand or curling iron held horizontally (this is an industry trick to avoid too-tight prom curls!), wrap sections around the iron and hold for a few seconds to get a soft wave. Repeat all over and rough up with your fingers!
Step 4. Set with the Beauty-Full Volume Hairspray to lock in your waves with no crunchy film. Just soft, gorgeous waves!