I have a confession to make. When it comes to styling or even making my hair look half reasonable, it’s fair to say I’m lazy. And with frizzy and misbehaved curls, lazy is definitely not the way to be. But after trying out RPR’s ‘Fix My Frizz’ my style routine has been made simple and far less frizzy.
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There are so many styling products on the market but if your frizz isn’t targeted from the get-go, there’s a chance no product will give you the desired result. RPR’s Fix My Frizz shampoo and conditioner set are the perfect solution to frizzy hair once you’ve stepped out of the shower.
All of these curling products mean nothing if you don’t have the right tools to blast them into their shape (and keep them there)! Introducing the coolest hair dryer to come across my desk… the Remington Euro 2000 (RRP $38.95).
This little baby sure packs a mean punch! Small and compact, it’s perfect for home users. It comes with a diffuser and 7mm concentrator, so no matter what style you want, this baby can get you a result. Read the rest of this entry »
I have had a love-hate relationship with my curls since the day I was born. I remember going to primary school and brushing over and over my blunt fringe to make it straight instead of curly, only resulting in an oily fringe and a confused child. On the other hand, I remember going to dance classes and being amazed at how my hair curled so easily and stayed so tight while the other girls’ mothers used rags, bendy sticks, velcro curls and the like to make their straight daughters’ hair curly, only to have it fall limp mid-routine.
As an adult I used to fight tooth and nail with countless hair straighteners before finally discovering my beloved ghd. That is a relationship that will stand the test of time. On the odd days I couldn’t be bothered giving my loving ghd the time of day, I marvelled at how many people commented on my curly hair. I hated it, why did they love it?
With a head full of unruly curls, I spent the better part of my teenage years in love hate relationship with my hair straightener, never being able to decide how to style my wild waves. Tired of trying to tame my curly locks, I finally asked myself, ‘why not embrace the curl?’
Waking up every morning, my natural curls looked more like a natural disaster and some major intervention was needed. Admittedly long hair and curls can make for a long and frustrating morning beauty routine. That was until I tried RPR’s Make Me Curly.
Looking back through the Sex and the City series in prep for the movie (isn’t everyone doing that?), I couldn’t help but wonder how many curly hair styles Sarah Jessica Parker has to match her Manolos? Endless hair styles, changing throughout seasons, most making use of her naturally curly hair.
As the premier and stills of the second movie hit press, we notice SJP is adding more curl to her CV. In the 80s flashback, her hair is uber curled, then regular tousling sees her in her sexy, coveted, every day hair.