Catching Waves Through The Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray
Long, flowing hair is no longer the sole look revered by Hollywood denizens. Nowadays, celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Eva Longoria Parker and Gwyneth Paltrow have chopped off their manes in favor of updated bobs. And they’re not asymmetrical, blunt cuts that are blow-dried and flat ironed until they’re pin-straight (like Rihanna’s look when she first released Good Girl Gone Bad). Instead, these women are opting for tousled waves that add volume and a sexpot playfulness.
How can you get the look? Well, to state the obvious, you have to start by doing an Edward Scissorhands on your hair (you gotta chop it off). Then, according to Frederic Fekkai’s Adir Abergel, you should invest in a quality volumizer, such as Frederic Fekkai’s Coiff Shape and Set Mist, and apply it from root to tip whenever you wash your hair. You then want to curl your hair using a 1″ curling iron and leaving the tips untouched so that the curls look more relaxed and natural. The final touch is the Frederic Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Tousled Wave Spray, which softens your hair’s texture.
Now, if your hair is naturally curly, I’d say the Coiff Oceanique Spray is more than enough to create this look. And sure, you can use a curling iron to control the look of the waves but, otherwise, you can just spritz the Oceanique Spray on damp hair, twirl small sections around your index finger to add definition, and air dry (or blow dry if you’re in a rush).
Just make sure you wear something that flaunts your shoulders, neckline and collarbones — that’s the beauty of this cut!
Fekkai Coiff Oceanique Spray, $23; Visit Amazon.com