BEAUTY CORNER Hair Care — 26 December 2013

TRESemmé Celebrity Stylists John D and Tyler Laswell know that the holidays involve lots of day to night soirees, family gatherings, office parties and running around in the winter snow. Check out two quick weatherproof holiday hair styles and two easy tips to help you stay chic in the cold.

STYLE ONE: John D suggests keeping your hair pulled away from your face to help you looking fresh and on top of your game throughout the day with this Half Up French Braid style.

 

With a quick spritz of TRESemmé Fresh Start Color Care Dry Shampoo and a sophisticated style, you can skip a wash or two and still look clean and fresh from event to event! Want to push it another day? Tyler Laswell suggests using the product then brushing your hair back into a stylized ponytail like the one below.

 

The cold air can dry out your hair, so be sure to keep your hair hydrated. Wash your hair with TRESemmé’s Platinum Strength Renewing Deep Conditioning Treatment, which repairs up to two years of damage in just five uses. TRESemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu says, “don’t hide your winter hair behind beanies and hoods! TRESemmé’s Platinum Strength Renewing Deep Conditioning Treatment will leave your hair refreshed and ready to face Mother Nature’s toughest test!”

 

Fully coat your hair with a smoothing serum, like TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Keratin Infusing Smoothing Serum before and after styling for the ultimate anti-frazzle. The TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Collection transforms hair from root to tip, allowing you to create perfectly controlled, salon-smooth styles that last up to 48 hours. ”Frizz can take your look from chic to bleak – the Keratin Infusing Smooth Serum will keep your hair looking like a perfect 10,” says TRESemmé stylist Jeanie Syfu.

 

For more holiday how-to’s, check out TRESemmé’s Facebook page and Youtube channel.

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