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How can I get my hair to look anything like it did when I left the hairdressers?!

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Trickymoments Sun 01-May-16 21:23:18

I had my hair cut the other day, not a lot off but the shape & style much improved. She blow dried it using a round brush but did it so it was really sleek, smooth and fairly straight. It looked really nice.
My hair is quite thick with a wave & often looks very messy & unstyled just because of the type of hair it is. One side frames my face quite nicely whereas the other side has a kink so the two sides never look the same.

I have since washed my hair and it has reverted back to the frizzy, mullet style!
I used a round brush but can not get it to dry sleek and straight like she did it. I know she did put some styling product on but I don't know what it was.

Can anyone suggest anything or advise what I need to do to get it looking anything like it did when I left the salon?

Mishaps Sun 01-May-16 21:24:33

You can't! - that's why I let mine grow!

LadyAntonella Sun 01-May-16 21:26:35

I've got one of the Babyliss things. Is it called big, beautiful hair or something? It's great. It's the only way I can make my hair turn in instead of flicking out, mullet style!

Chapsy Sun 01-May-16 21:26:38

Babyliss big hair?

ohidoliketobe Sun 01-May-16 21:27:07

Babyliss Big Hair does the job for me. Have a look on youtube. In fact do an advanced search on here (abbreviated to BBH might throw up a few results too) as it was on here where I read about people raving about it circa 18 months ago.
Let your hair dry 50-75%, then section off and alternate directions. Makes my flat frizz prone hair nice and bouncy and smooth, and because it's heat source and brush in one it's a lot easier than juggling a brush and a hairdryer.

Chapsy Sun 01-May-16 21:27:12

X post!
I have one and it's fab!

BreakfastAtSquiffanys Sun 01-May-16 21:27:42

I've got a tresemme hot brush and it's great. I've never been any good at blow drying with a round brush

neveradullmoment99 Sun 01-May-16 21:40:13

Yes, use a babyliss big hair. Its the closes I have ever got to salon perfection. I tend not to use mine too much though as I have found it to increase split ends.

Trickymoments Sun 01-May-16 21:56:30

Thanks I think I need the BBH by the sounds of it.
Can anyone recommend a styling product to smooth & help style it straighter? I had a look in Boots today but there were so many products I thought I'd ask here for recommendations.

Wagglebees Sun 01-May-16 22:11:40

Go back in and ask her what she used. They usually sell the products they use. Next time they style it ask if they can give you tips.

Wagglebees Sun 01-May-16 22:12:39

I like Frizzease products btw.

dedicatedfollowerofyellow Mon 02-May-16 00:06:42

I watch the hairdresser like a hawk when they are drying it after a cut and quiz them for tips, I had a complete change a couple of months ago and asked loads of questions about drying/styling...my hairdresser loves what she does and is more than happy to share what she knows.

A decent hairdryer helps, as do brushes that transfer the heat and hair clips so you can dry it section by section if you have to.

I'm also a sucker for product from the hairdressers, I don't go mad but I have had some stuff that's made a real difference.

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