Smooth And soft hair


Ruler's of Penmai
Registered User
Jul 26, 2012
Dear Sir, the answer for your question is already available in one of the penmai threads. the same is reproduced here for your ready reference:

Blowout Tips for Soft, Wavy Hair
Add some sexiness to your hairstyle with the easy blowout tips for loose waves

If your hair is straight...
Step 1: Rub a dollop of volumizing mousse throughout damp strands. Try Suave Professionals Volumizing Mousse ($3, at drugstores).

Step 2: Divide hair into at least four sections. Wrap a one-inch section of hair around a large, round, mixed-bristle brush as you blow-dry from roots to ends. Once the section is dry, roll it onto a one-inch Velcro roller and secure it about two inches from your scalp. Repeat all over.

Step 3: After five to 10 minutes, when hair feels cool, unwind the rollers. Then gently tousle your hair with your fingers.

Step 4: Mist on a light hair spray onto your beachy waves. Try Nexxus Comb Thru Touchable Hold Finishing Mist ($10.55,

If your hair is curly…
Step 1: Apply styling cream to damp hair. Try Ojon Ati Rejuvenating Styling Cream ($25, Part your hair in the middle, divide it into five sections (top right, top left, middle back, bottom right, and bottom left), and secure with clips.

Step 2: Starting with the front sections, dry hair as you pull it straight down with a large, round, boar-bristle brush until you get to mid-shaft. Then turn the brush vertically and wrap your hair around the bristles to create a loose curl. Point the dryer at the ends of your hair as you spin the brush continuously for 10 to 15 seconds, then unwind. Repeat all over.

Step 3: Rub a dab of shine serum into your palms and run them gently over your hair. Try Matrix Biolage Smooththerapie Deep Smoothing Serum ($14, for salons).

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