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Get the Look in 5 Steps: Ringlets and Coils by Kenra Professional

Lauren Salapatek | July 19, 2016 | 8:28 AM
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STEP 1: Massage a generous amount of Curl Co-Wash into wet hair, focusing on the scalp. Rinse well. For added moisture, follow with Curl Styling Conditioner.
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STEP 2: On wet hair, apply 1-3 pumps of Curl Control Gel 10 as needed to even saturation.
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STEP 3: Diffuse hair or allow it to air dry.
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STEP 4: Once hair is dry, scrunch in an upward motion to soften hold as desired.
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STEP 5: Mist curls with Curl Refresher for added moisture, shine and rejuvenation throughout the day.
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Kenra Professional’s Curl by Kenra line features six essential texture products that every salon professional needs in their beauty arsenal. Each of the products can be cocktailed and customized for giving your clients’ their ideal textured look.

In Curl by Kenra, the “must-haves” include the Curl Co-Wash and Curl Refresher. For clients with waves and spirals, opt for the Defining Crème (soft hold) and Curl High-Hold Spray Gel 15 (firm hold). For clients with ringlets and coils, try the Curl Styling Conditioner or Curl Control Gel 10 (medium hold).

Here, Kenra shows you how to create defined ringlets and coils on your textured clients.

STEP 1: Massage a generous amount of Curl Co-Wash into wet hair, focusing on the scalp. Rinse well. For added moisture, follow with Curl Styling Conditioner.

STEP 2: On wet hair, apply 1-3 pumps of Curl Control Gel 10 as needed to even saturation.

STEP 3: Diffuse hair or allow it to air dry.

STEP 4: Once hair is dry, scrunch in an upward motion to soften hold as desired.

STEP 5: Mist curls with Curl Refresher for added moisture, shine and rejuvenation throughout the day.

For more information, visit www.kenraprofessional.com.

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