Lazy women, as well as busy suburban women, can now rejoice!
Now you no longer have to wait for about 10 to 15 minutes for hydrating the hairs. Matter can be left over Modern Family’s Claire Dunphy for finding a more efficient as well as effective way. Julie Bowen has appeared at the Critics’ Choice Awards 2018 in an architectural half-wrapped bun which seems as equally fun as it did chic. To get this look, we required a lot of hot-tools work and whether we are going to a fancy award function or just blow-drying hair for the day, heat can damage the strands which are unprotected. Rather than using hair masque or a standard heat protectant, hair pro Jessica Elbaum has prepared the wet strands of the actress with Kusco Murphy Dry Leave-In; $39.
The hairstylist of the Modern Family star has said, “That gives the hair a nice conditioned base for the blowout.” This leave-in product consists of honey (for shine), pure almond extract (for moisture) and burdock root (for strength) but there is no need to wash it out, unlike the hair masques. This oil-free, the lightweight formula doesn’t weigh down the strands either as well as works for both color-treated and natural locks. Jessica has said that after the blow-dry was complete, she used to part her hairs in the middle and clipped it down to create a nice, smooth as well as shiny part and used an Instyler flat iron for smoothening the cuticle and creating the high shine.
She said that after pulling the hairs back into the ponytail and applying he Ouai Hair Oil, she used to pin up the ponytail “into a half-wrapped bun, with the ends sticking out.” Suppose even if you are not creating the structural masterpiece of Julie Bowen, you can just found a moldable leave-in conditioner which you can wear to work, to drinks, and to past.