Hi there. It’s frizz-free me again! I’m checking in to let you know how my “down for 30” journey is going with Frizz Ease. I’m loving my new Frizz Ease Extra Strength Six Effects + Serum so, so much! My wispy waves have felt so incredibly soft (because, duh, there’s no frizz) and I’m loving wearing my hair down and flowy this month. It just feels like me! The best thing abut the serum is you can use it to tame your waves OR make your straight hair glossy and sleek (see below). So this week I’m introducing my City Sleeker look…stick straight and frizz free!
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Here’s what you’ll need and the step-by-step deets on how to get my signature “City Sleeker” locks:
*a great keratin or smoothing shampoo and conditioner
*a fine-tooth comb
*Frizz Ease Extra Strength Six Effects + Serum (I’m loving this for both soft and sleek, straight hair. No flyways!)
*a flat iron
1. Before bed, wash your hair with a great keratin or smoothing shampoo, then towel dry it.
2. Put a dime-sized amount of serum in the palm of your hand and smooth it through your hair, with the exception of the roots.
3. Let your hair air dry overnight.
4. Slowly run the flat iron through your hair to work out all the waves.
See the difference?
5. And tada! Sleek and chic. So easy with just a few magic tricks. 😉
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