How to Mix Your Hairstyling Products
A quick fix for your biggest hair issues won't come from one magic product, but knowing how to mix two fabulous ones just might do the trick. Check out these custom hair cocktails that will ditch your bad hair days for good
If you've got thick hair, creating beachy waves that don't look wildly poufy within two seconds of leaving your house can be quite a challenge. That's why Stone suggests skipping the sea-salt spray and instead opting for a leave-in-conditioner, which will help create that slightly curly texture, and a styling wax to keep the frizz at bay.
Blend together a dime-size amount of each product in your palms, Then run the combo through your hair. If you'd like a more textured look, Stone suggests using the leave-in conditioner first, then applying the wax to the ends of your hair.
Try Paul Mitchell Leave-In Conditioner, $25, with Mitch by Paul Mitchell Construction Paste, $14.
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