The Poof5:00 AM
- Curl the bottom of your hair with a curling iron (#1), just for a slight curl (not necessary but I did for this look)
- Using a rat tail comb (#3), divide the section at the top of your hair that you want to poof.
- Spray that section, with dry shampoo to give it some texture. I used this one which was gifted to me by Salon Grafix (#2) and it worked really well. (as a side note, this dry shampoo does not work well to absorb oil for a "non hair wash day" but works great as a styling product - in my experience at least)
- Tease the part of your hair - with the rat tail comb (#3) - that you want to pull up, paying attention to the underlayers to give it a bigger poof.
- Clip the sides back with bobby pins (#4) at a slightly high part at the back of your head
- Using a round barrel brush (#6), smooth out bumps and pull sightly to give the sides a bit of a poof. I find that the round barrel brushes are easier to do that then a regular brush.
- Gather the middle part that is teased and bobby pin to the same area as the sides are clipped to
- Use the same comb (#3) that you tease with, gently pull out more hair, the more you pull, the bigger the poof will be so make sure not to pull too much!
- I used about 6 or 7 bobby pins to hold up my hair so don't be afraid to use as many as you need to make sure it's secure!
- Comb out your bangs and then use a bit of hairspray (#5) to hold everything together and you are good to go!
- Add an "accent" bobby pin (#7) for some sparkle to your hair!
1. T3 Bespoke Labs 'Twirl' Curling Iron (1 1/4")
2. Salon Grafix Invisible Dry Spray Shampoo
3. Champion Rat Tail Comb 8" Edged Back Wide Teeth
4. GOODY Bobbypins
5. Elnett Satin Strong Hold Hair Spray
6. Technique Thermal Round Brush with Tourmaline
7. Marc by Marc Jacobs Love, Marc Bobbies Hair Accessories