After watching Nicole Kidman and her glamorous golden red hair on Big Little Lies all winter, we are suddenly obsessed with red hues. And now that the weather is getting warmer, it’s time for our hair to follow suit!
Per the calendar it’s supposed to be spring, but I’m still waiting on that to happen. Between the snow flurries and the rain the last few weeks, I’ve barely gotten a day without precipitation getting in the way of a great hair day. If you’re like me, and already fighting the battle of the frizz , I’ve got some easy tips and tricks to make it another few weeks with some great easy-to-do hairstyles to fight frizzy hair. Click through to the notes for details. –– Michelle RotbartClick for StyleNotes →
When hairdressers say “big hair” they usually mean perfectly quaffed blowouts or over the top roller sets. This is something else: wild, unruly, bouncy coils, the kind that come from nature…or a wet set. Heat styling tends to create uniform, polished curls, but wet sets give a more natural look. When wrapping hair wet slight changes in tension, dampness, and section size give curls different shapes and amounts of spring, creating a soft, natural-looking curl that people will think you were born with. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin