Sweet Styles with Sugar Spray

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    Bonjour Dah-lings!

    Sugar sprays often conjure up thoughts of sea breezy tresses, but this product can do oh so much more than those just-got-off-the-beach vibes. Perhaps what we love most about our new Sugar Texturizing Spray is its incredible versatility. It can be used on both wet and dry hair and can be used to add texture to fine strands, enhance natural curls, provide straight hair an added “oomph,” and breathe new life into a flat-lining blowout nearing its second or third day – it does it all! And to prove it, we put together a few of our favorite Sugar Spray friendly looks that are as sweet as they are stylish!

     

          Photo Courtesy of @fashionforwardfuture

    Easy, No Heat Waves

    Step 1: Braid dry hair into a French braid (or French braid pigtails) before bed. Spritz finished braid with Sugar Spray.

    Step 2: In the morning, unbraid hair and re-spray strands, scrunching hair as you go for all day-texture and waves.

     

     

     

     

     

                Photo Courtesy of @lucy_vie

    Low Wrap Pony

    Step 1: Begin with dry hair. Spritz Sugar Texturing Spray throughout hair and comb into a low ponytail, ensuring hair sits low over the ears. Secure with a hair tie.

    Step 2: Take a medium-sized section of hair from the outside of the ponytail and use it to wrap around the hair at the base of the ponytail. As you complete the first section, take a second section and join them, wrapping the next section lower down on the ponytail. Secure with bobby pins.

    Step 3: If needed, add more Sugar Spray to ponytail. Use a comb to tease hair, brushing backwards toward the base of the pony.

    Step 4: Finish with Mighty Hairspray for added hold.

     

           Photo Courtesy of @mallorymeganhair

    Romantic Waves

    Step 1: Prep hair by spraying all over with Sugar Spray.

    Step 2: Take 1- to 2-inch sections of hair and wrap the hair around the barrel of a curling iron, allowing hair to sit twisted on the iron. For more defined waves, use smaller sections. Leave 1 to 2 inches of the ends unwrapped. To create an undone style, alternate the wave pattern.

    Step 3: For the sections around the face, wrap hair away from the face. Using your fingers, add a touch of Texture Styling Crème throughout ends.

    Step 4: Finish with a light spray of Mighty Hair Spray.

     

     

     

     

     

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