I’m so excited to be sharing today’s hair tutorial with you! Achieving locks that are lush and full of volume, but still soft to the touch is no easy feat. Since I keep my hair long, it’s even harder to keep it properly nourished without it looking heavy and weighed down. I’ve spent years switching up my beauty products and tools in search of the perfect combination for bouncy locks with lots of movement. So when TRESemmé sent me their new Beauty-Full Volume™collection, I was all for their challenge to reverse my routine in exchange for gaining serious volume. Who knew the secret to better hair days was as simple as flipping the standard “shampoo then condition” drill?
Step One: TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume™ Pre-Wash Conditioner nourishes strands, leaving them smooth and polished
Step Two: TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume™ Shampoo washes away the weight of conditioning, making sure you hair is full of bounce and volume
Step Three: TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume™ Hair Maximizer smoothes hair pre-styling without making it feel stiff or sticky
I was a little apprehensive when it came to shampoo post conditioner; I worried that it wouldn’t leave my hair nourished enough but safe to say that was a non-issue. I followed up my reverse wash with TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume™ Hair Maximizer styling creme to ensure everything stayed soft and smooth for blowdrying.
Next up, making waves! Using a curling wand (find mine here), I wrapped 2-3 inch sections of hair away from my face for a head full of large, loose curls. A wand is my go-to for daily styling, but this time around my hair definitely had extra bounce to it, especially at the roots. No need to tease!
I decided to add a little polish to my voluminous look by pulling the top half of my hair up into a ponytail. I can’t resist an extra feminine touch, so adding a black ribbon to disguise my elastic was the perfect finishing touch. So easy and chic!
Photos by Lively Creative Co.
Thank-you to TRESemmé for providing the product featured in this post. As always, all opinions are my own.