A Guide to the Right Styling Product for Your Hair Type

choosing the right styling product for your hair type
Straight hair: “Straight hair doesn’t have to mean flat hair,” says Roche. She recommends adding a volumizing spray or mousse all over your locks before blow-drying to add bounce and body.
Product picksRedken Full Frame 07 – Protective Volumize Mousse; Ojon Volume Advance Volumizing Styling Spray; Bumble and Bumble Thickening Hairspray

Wavy hair: Scrunch a texturizing spray onto damp locks for piecey model-off-duty waves. To tame wild waves, tie hair in loose braids and leave them in for a few minutes before spritzing away.
Product picks: Pureology Sea-Kissed TexturizerL’Oréal EverStyle Texture Series Beach Spray; Josie Maran Bohemian Waves Argan Hair Mist

Curly: Roche recommends finding a moisturizing curl definer that also has hold, like Pureology Illuminating Curl – “It will keep your curls shiny and separated,” she says.
Product picks: Kérastase Crème Olèo-Curl; Paul Mitchell Super Sculpt; Ouidad Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel

Natural: “If you want to get to the most basic level, use a light leave-in conditioner to tame flyaways,” says Roche. It will also give your hair an extra dose of moisture, which is especially important during the dry winter months.

Fine: Fine-haired ladies need volume and hold – but not too much so that your hair looks stiff and unnatural. Instead of reaching for your trusty hairspray, try a root-lifting mousse instead; Roche says it will give you volume and leave the rest of your hair to move more freely.
Product picks: Redken Gut 10 Volume Spray Foam; Big Sexy Hair Root Pump Plus Humidity Resistant Volumizing Spray Mousse; TIGI Catwalk Your Highness Root Boost Spray

Thick: To smooth down thick hair and make it “skinnier”, a smoothing or shine serum is the way to go. Apply to wet hair before styling, and you’ll be amazed at the sleek, shiny locks you end up with.

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