Catherine Zeta-Jones has been a star throughout hair trends like the she-mullet, shag, piecey bob, and the pixie cut. She shirks them all and maintains her long flowing tresses - a symbol of true beauty and feminine charm. Take a page from her book for a look that will always knock them dead!
Catherine's Hair Cut
Catherines hair is long - and if you've got beautiful hair, there's no reason your motto shouldn't be "the longer the better". Have a few super long layers cut - absolutely nothing shorter than under the chin - to break up the monotony. This gives you options and keeps your locks from falling flat.
Catherine's Hair Color
Espresso. Dark Chocolate. Ink. Only a few of the words used to describe Catherines dark color. The problem with a dark color is it can turn out a little bland and overly monochromatic. Make sure your stylist adds color in slightly varied shades or puts in natural dark high and lowlights to keep it looking luminous and rich - not bland.
Catherine's Hair Style
Loose shiny waves are easy to achieve - if you have the correct tools. Start with a volumizing shampoo that gives your long strands some lift, this keeps the weight of your hair from ruining your look.
Try Soda Shampoo to Go, a wash with bicarbonate of soda that refreshes your hair from roots to tips, along with removing the residue and buildup that normally weigh your hair down.
Volume is truly the name of the game here. After washing your hair, towel it dry and add a palmful (give or take) of a good volumizing mousse. This will help your curl hold and keep your hair bouncy and full all day.
A good product to try out is PHYTO Pro Mousse #12 - plus its alcohol free so it wont dry your hair out.
Long hair takes a long time to dry and even longer time to curl. Cut the time in half by using one of the new curling steam irons on the market. The barrels is full of slots that shoot hot air through your curls which does double duty - drying and adding hold all at once. Start curling with a large barrel right above the ear, but not all the way to the scalp. Once all the curls are done and the hair is dry, flip your head over and give everything a blast of cool air with your blowdryer to set the curl. Run your finger once or twice from root to end to loosen the curls.
For the final touch, mist your hair with a spray gloss for some added shine. Dont overdo it though, you want to look glassy, not greasy.
Get a two-for with Lemon Sage Hair Shine and Gloss by spa powerhouse Bliss. Spritz it on your hair for glassy shine, then spray some on your post-shower body and rub in for a warm glow all over.
article by: Cassie Lilly
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