Volume made a comeback to SS22 runways. 80’s power volume was seen at Saint Sintra, Collina Strada and Dundas. Vogue hailed “Queen of the blowdry” Zoё Irwin, designs gravity defying tresses with a fresh summer edge. Here’s how…
Get the look
Step 1 – prep: Mist the hair with ghd pick me up root lift spray.
Step 2 – prep dry: Prep dry the hair to 80% using a rotation blow dry method.
Step 3 – hair section: Starting at the front hair line, take a 3 inch horizontal section.
Step 4 – hair angle: Place ghd natural bristle radial brush size 2 underneath the section and smooth the hair line away from the face.
Step 5 – angle: Place ghd natural bristle radial brush size 2 over the section and smooth the hair around the brush away from the face.
Step 6 – turn: Starting from the ends, rotate the brush up towards the head, wrapping all the hair around the brush.
Step 7 – direct: Direct the airflow of ghd helios around the brush on high heat and speed.
Step 8 – set: Release the hair and pin in a barrel curl at the roots.
Step 9 – continue: Continue drying the hair like this, directing all the hair away from the face.
Step 10 – release: When the set has cooled, release the hair from the barrel curls.
Step 11 – dress: Using a ghd oval dressing brush, working in the direction of the curls, break the set bydressing through all the hair.
Step 12 – pad: Pad the roots to soften the curls and add volume at the roots.
Step 13 – dress: Gently smooth all the hair together using ghd oval dressing brush to blend the padding.
Step 14 – finish: Finish by misting ghd perfect ending final fix hairspray.
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