step 2: i curled my hair using the much coveted enrapture totem styler, which i’d recommend to anyone as it’s really fantastic. after doing each section of curls, i used OSiS curl me soft, which smooths the curl but helps it keep its shape.
step 3: after i had curled my whole hair (and straightened my fringe), i used OSiS dust it powder on the roots to create an extra bit of volume and texture. i had never used a powder before, but this stuff is seriously amazing! it gives hair so much grip so when you push it up, or backcomb it slightly like i did, it really holds.
step 4 & 5: when i was totally finished styling my hair, i used OSiS freeze pump spray, which acts as a hairspray to keep my hair in place. it’s not a spray that leaves hair crispy, which is a huge plus for me as i find a lot of them do! i then used OSiS sparkler spray which adds an extra bit of shine and really completes the look!
it’s a lot more curly than samia’s original look, but if i brushed it out with a wide toothed comb, it would make my hair into more beachy waves, which i would definitely do for a day time look.
doing this little challenge has definitely inspired me to do more with my hair, as this look didn’t take half as long as i thought it would and i think it would look lovely tied up as second day hair. so, thank you very much to immediate PR and OSiS for giving me the chance to actually make an effort with my hair (i’m sure the bf will be pleased) and try out some lovely new products along the way.
let me know what you think! and if you have any styling tips, blog posts or videos on what to do with long hair, please let me know.
oh, also, slightly off topic but i but i actually posted a new youtube video yesterday! please go give it a watch, i’d hugely appreciate it! i’ll be announcing the winner of my giveaway in my next post, as there’s a lot of entries that i need to validate!
ps. velvet daisy is holding a £70 barratts shoes giveaway, so get entering! and make sure you check out charissa’s latest post, i adore her blog.
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