Wednesday, January 27, 2010

My Super Sweet Suave Party, Part Three

Be sure and check out Part 1 and Part 2 of My Super Suave Party to see even more bloggers' transformations!

To recap... Suave sponsored a party at my house for a bunch of girlfriends to get their hair did and learn about some of Suave's newest products. Two stylists from Trim were on hand to give us hair makeovers and show us how we could achieve the look on our own. Today, I give you....

To read the rest of "My Super Sweet Suave Party, Part Three", head over to Lindsay Ferrier's new column at The Stir by CafeMom.

4 comments:

Nancy said...

Ellen's hair reminds me of mine in that there's layers - but the way we dry it, you just can't see them! This morning I used a round brush (may have to try a smaller one) and started at the top like someone's style mentioned yesterday. I don't put anything in it ahead of time but may try something mentioned yesterday. I have PLENTY of stuff for the after blow out though. It's like I'm obsessed.
I have a large barrel curling iron and a flat iron also that I *try* to change my look with sometimes with success, sometimes not...will try the flat iron for the ends. I try to blow dry them down (which it's cut for) but they always end up flipping down and up!
Great tips!

Suburban Turmoil said...

Nancy, have you ever tried one of those curling brush/hair dryers? I used that when my hair was shorter and it was a lot easier to fix on my own. And I think product before you blow dry really makes a difference, whether you use volumizer or just a little hairspray for texture.

Astrid said...

I'm a big fan of my GHD flat iron - use it all the time to make curls since I can't seem to get the hang of a curling iron. Product is very important to prevent hair damage. will have to look into these products

482gr8 said...

All of the Suave styles look great. I've worked with Jessica for a few years. She would look pixie-precious on her most horrific hair day. I'm glad she had the opportunity to get some pampering. She's forever doing nice things for others.

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