So it's a New Year & a new opportunity to be GREAT!
For me 2019 was actually a really awesome year! There was no major life trauma, no death or sickness... just all good things... maybe that's why it felt like a blink of an eye. You know what they say... time flies when you're having fun!
You know what else they say... all good things must come to an end. Well hopefully for me that's not the truth. I'm praying, hoping & working towards having a fabulous 2020!
And I wish nothing but the same for you!
So let's start the month, year & decade off with me sharing my January product of the month.
I get asked allllll the time how my curls last for days & days & when my clients do it themselves they fall before their little heinies even get out of the house.
If you're one of those people who cannot hold a curl if your life depended on it I have the product for you!
Say hello to Navy Pebble Beach Dry Texture Spray.
This spray helps create the fullness & body that every women's looking for... especially when they're trying to achieve the ever elusive "beachy wave."
No matter the client in my chair I always start with a light coating of hairspray & then curl the hair. Now when I can tell this isn't going to be enough armor to get my beauty through I finish off the style with the dry texture spray. It really locks in the curl & gives hold for at least a day or two... even on people who swear the wave is gonna fall out immediately.
But no worries... it gives the hold you need but you can still get movement & shake out your hair. Honestly... what's the point of all this if your hair is like concrete & you can't shake your hair out like you're walking on your favorite beach?!
I should've known I would love at least one product from this line the second I saw they're sea side nautical vibe & packaging... if that isn't right in my wheelhouse I don't know what is.
So next time your trying to get your curl to stay finish off the look with the Pebble Beach Dry Texture Spray... just work it & scrunch it through your hair & I'll be shocked if it doesn't hold your wave longer than usual!
Cheers - Hal