faking, or enhancing, natural texture hair tutorial
high five for friday
You know how the grass is always greener? Blondes wish for rich, chocolate brown hair and brunettes wish for sunny blonde. The only women that I’m convinced don’t wish for anything different are redheads. I don’t blame them. I’d love to be a redhead.
On the same note, women often complain about their texture. It’s either too curly, too straight, too frizzy, too limp, etc. Thankfully, we have a multitude of products to use in order to help fix our hair woes.
Today, I’m going to show you my technique for “faking” natural texture. I’m faking it because I have none. If you have some texture to your hair, but are interested in cleaning it up a bit, this tutorial may give you some pointers.
My hair is naturally limp, lifeless, and straight. However, a cocktail of different products and strategic styling can help it look like I have a little natural texture just like Julianne Hough.
A brief note on sea salt sprays:
They can be very drying since they are filled with salt. If you already have dry hair, be sure to mix a leave in conditioner in with your routine as to not further dry out your hair.
I did a messy version of this tutorial in my completed style, in case you are interested.