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3 STYLES: Smooth Volume, Voluminous Waves and Braided Volume

Lauren Salapatek | August 16, 2016 | 8:33 AM
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Learn how to create these three looks using Total Results High Amplify products by Matrix.

For more information, visit www.matrixprofessional.com.

SMOOTH VOLUME

  1. On damp hair, spray Total Results High Amplify Wonder Boost to the root area and comb through to disperse.
  2. Blow-dry with a comb, lifting up and away at the roots for additional volume.
  3. Apply Total Results High Amplify Foam Volumizer through the mid-length and ends.
  4. Use a large round brush to blow-dry and finish with Total Results High Amplify Flexible Hold Hairspray.

VOLUMINOUS WAVES

  1. Spray Total Results High Amplify Wonder Boost to the mid-lengths and ends.
  2. Using a 1-inch barrel curling iron, start at the front hairline and direct away from the face. Release and set curl by cupping into palms. Allow to cool. Proceed around head.
  3. When complete, rake through curl pattern with hands to loosen.
  4. Spray with Total Results High Amplify Flexible Hold Hairspray.

BRAIDED VOLUME

  1. Brush through hair with a cushion brush. Using a flat iron on the ends, pinch and back- iron toward the mid-lengths for airy volume.
  2. Gather hair at the back crown and begin a three strand braid. When reaching 1/3 way down strands, back comb mid-lengths for volume.
  3. Secure volume with hairpin at crown.
  4. Loosen pieces around the face and spray with Total Results High Amplify Flexible Hold Hairspray.

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