Mid Length Hair WAVE Update

I’m sure you guys caught it, but yes, I cut a few inches off of my hair and lightened it up a bit. You know, the long hair was pretty, but it was not doing much for me anymore. I felt like it just hung there and didn’t have enough life or movement. SO, I cut it. I have to admit I have had no regrets or sadness thus far- I think it was a good move for me.
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One of the excitements of cutting your hair is washing it and styling it on your own. This was the first time I had styled it since I had cut it, and I also learned a new curling trick from my friend that cut my hair. She works as a freelance hairdresser and sometimes we get to work on jobs together when I am doing the makeup and she is doing the hair. I really admire her work so I was excited to see how she would curl my hair.
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This means you will have to watch and learn the new trick for mid length curls. (That would also work for any length hair!) She also introduced me to a new product I had never heard of before from a brand called Unite TRICKY SPRAY!  It’s a spray wax and hairspray blend.  It gives the hair life, separation, and texture.  It is amazing.  Side note: A little goes a long way!  Don’t over do it with this spray.  I also had previously sprayed some Kevin Murphy Fresh Hair Dry Shampoo in my roots for a little volume and texture, and as an oil preventive.  Even though my hair was clean, I think it is always a good idea to add powder to anticipate grease you will get during the day.
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I’m still obsessed with using my Hot Tools Curling Wand– not only is it really easy to use, it also makes styling my hair go a lot quicker.  The wand is HOT, so you really can get the sections done in no time at all.  I think this hairstyle took me a total of 10 minutes!  As I am typing this I haven’t washed it since-and it’s day 3- and it’s still looking good!  Set it and forget it!!! Xx

SOURCE:http://hellotobeauty.com/mid-length-hair-wave-update/