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September 25, 2018

3 Ways You Should Be Using Texturizing Spray

3 Ways You Should Be Using Texturizing Spray

What’s one hair product you can’t live without? You’re thinking about texturizing spray, aren’t you? (We know you so well!) But are you using the product to its fullest potential? That’s where we come in—by highlighting three ways you SHOULD be using it when upstyling, waving and braiding. Watch the quickie Insta videos below, then get the texture tips that go with them!

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For Upstyles—Click The Video How-To Below!

Takeaway Tip: Cheat Texture With Grip!

  • To create fuller-looking upstyles, expanding the hair is necessary, but not always easy depending on the type of hair your client has.
  • To cheat that texture, @alexandralee1016 applies the Biolage Texturizing Styling Spray to each working section before twisting, pinching and pulling the hair out.
  • This gives more grip to the hair—allowing it to expand out more easily.

 

 

For Beachy Bobs—Click The Video How-To Below!

Takeaway Tip: Layer Products For A Beachy Effect! Follow these steps:

  1. Apply Biolage Blowdry Glotion all over, then blow-dry the hair 100 percent.
  2. Separate the hair into three sections—bottom, middle and top—then curl the hair in alternating directions.
  3. Once complete, apply the Biolage Texturizing Styling Spray all over and work through with your fingers to create that messy lived-in look.
  4. Pull some hair back at the crown and pin with bobby pins to create a half-up style—then finish with Biolage Styling Complete Control Fast Dry Hairspray.

 

 

For Fishtail Braids—Watch The Video How-To Below!

Takeaway Tip: Create A Piecey Look That Lasts!

  • Piecey texture that actually lasts is hard to achieve, but @jamiedanahairstylist knows the secret—fishtail first, THEN spray the entire braid with Biolage Texturizing Styling Spray.
  • The extra texture allows you to pull the braid out without the style getting too loose.

 

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