Valentine’s Day Step by Step
To celebrate Valentine’s Day in true style, we bring you three looks from three romantic films so you can re-create them for this special night!
Look 1 – And God Created Woman
- Start by blowdrying a strong hold mousse into your hair, dry with your head upside for additional volume.
- Using the Cloud Nine The O Rollers, wind a selection of the small rollers into your hair (make sure you over direct roller and take fine sections the size of the roller)
- Wind the hair around the hairline, away from the face.
- Once all of the hair is set in the rollers, leave to cool until the small red dots turn black.
- Once cool, remove each roller gently.
- Either using your fingers or the Cloud Nine Dressing Brush, brush the hair through and spray into place with a strong hold hairspray.
Look 2 - Valentine's Day
- Spray a generous amount of the Cloud Nine Magical Potion into your hair and blow-dry using the cloud Nine paddle brush.
- Gently back-brush your hair using the Cloud Nine Dressing Brush, This will give it extra hold and strength.
- Take large sections and wrap each section around the Cloud Nine Wand. Drop each curl into the palm of your hands and scrunch, this will help set the hair and push the heat into the entire section.
- Once you have curled all of your hair, using your fingers scoop the hair into a low ponytail and fasten with an elastic band.
- Using a piece of this pony tail, wrap around to disguise the bobble and pin into place.
- With you fingers, soften bits of hair around the hairline.
- To finish spray using a light hair spray or shine spray.
Look 3 - You've Got Mail
- To re-create this simple short flicked out style, wash your hair and dry upside down, brushing your hair from the nape of your neck, upwards as you go.
- Once your hair is dry, flip your head back up and brush your hair into place.
- Once you are happy with the smoothness around the face, use your Cloud Nine Micro or Original irons to encourage the flicks upwards.
- To finish use a soft wax and tweak with your fingers to define the flicks.