This should be a handy little video for anyone wanting to get life and volume into their hair with the minimum amount of fuss. For volume-adding, you need two things: heat and product. The heat (from a dryer, rollers, whatever) gives the hair lift at the roots (be prepared to spend some time with your head upside-down!) and the product helps to make that lift last.
You’ll see from my very quick and easy demo that you can create masses of volume with very little effort – in the picture above, I had only sprayed in a little bit of KMS Sea Salt Spray and my hair went crazy!
I don’t do finished styles in this video, it’s all about the hair prepping. Once you’ve got the volume in, you can backcomb, pin, curl, tong, wave, whatever you want to do. Once the volume’s in, nearly everything that you do to finish your hair will end up looking impressive, unless you really, really mess things up!
Please see below the video pane for all product info – I’ll be reviewing a couple of the KMS products separately, too, because they’re quite useful potions to have around if you’re trying to glamourize your hair!
To see more on the Babyliss Big Hair I used, see this video:http://youtu.be/e_pf-NstqkE
KMS Website is here! http://www.kmscalifornia.com
Silk Sheen Styling Creme: http://tidd.ly/dd3e640
Silk Sheen Polishing Serum: http://tidd.ly/b631f06d
Add Volume Root and Body Lift: http://tidd.ly/5990005e
Hair Play Sea Salt Spray: http://tidd.ly/cb6b5711
Babyliss Big Hair: http://tidd.ly/205a694e
Vest is from Calvin Klein
NARS Tinted Moisturiser
Dior New Look Mascara
Orly Nail Polish “Prelude to a Kiss”
This is not a sponsored video, but many thanks to KMS for allowing me to film inside mission control and providing me with some brilliant products! xxx
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