Revive The Glamour of Studio 54 with 70s-Inspired Voluminous Hair!
Posted Nov 18 2010 7:11pm
In honor of the glamazons of the 70s club scene, I’m diggin’ the idea of lush, voluminous hair that embraces body and moves gracefully while you work the room and the dancefloor! But having larger than life hair doesn’t mean it has to be unruly. Amp up your locks while still maintaining glossy bounciness and gentle waves with the help of these handy volume-boosting tools and products, which help use your hair’s natural body in a way that’s a bit more refined and enhanced for a more romantic, glamorous, night-out look!
First, prep your locks for the harsh heat of the blow-dryer with a heat-protecting serum like Carol’s Daughter Macadamia Gloss . As you dry, use a body-building product to get the most of your waves or curls — hair genius Guido Palau for Net-a-Porter recommends Redken Guts Volume Spray Foam , which helps keep waves bouncy rather than weighed down! For a sleeker look, make sure to use a large rounded brush for smooth waves that still maintain plenty of movement without frizz or flyaways. For added lift and bounce at the roots, after drying, use jumbo rollers at your roots and crown while you do your makeup and finish getting ready, then shake loose and top off with a spritz of gloss serum like Oscar Blandi’s Jasmine Shine Spray for gorgeously big, glossy waves!