*This post is in collaboration with Neal & Wolf UK.
Above: Image given by Neal & Wolf UK
Get the look: Epiphany
Straight, Sleek Hair
I’ve graciously teamed up with Neal & Wolf to bring to you all a beautiful and extremely wearable sleek, smooth and straightened hair look! If you have to battle with frizz on a daily basis like I do, then why not give this look a try, using just a selection of Neal & Wolf’s gorgeous, chemical-free products!
The step by step guide to straight, sleek hair:
Step one: Begin with washing your hair with the Harmony Intensive Care Shampoo and follow with the pairing, Conditioning Treatment.
Step Two: Towel dry hair briefly – to remove any excess water. Whilst your hair is still damp apply a generous amount of the Guard Heat Protection Spray followed by a blob of the Silk Smoothing Balm to your hair – for a gorgeous, glossy finish.
(Here is where I then lightly combed my hair thoroughly, to ensure the products were dispersed evenly).
Step Three: Blow dry your hair, ensuring that you hold the hair dryer barrel downwards and to an angle, close to your hair’s cuticles, as this creates a sleeker, shinier finish.
Step Four: Once hair is completely dry, section your hair and straighten.
Step Five: Finish with a fine, even spritz of the Glow Super Shine Spray for a radiant finish.
The Neal & Wolf, Get the Look: Epiphany products you’ll need:
Beginning the process of creating this beautiful, sleek & smooth look with the Harmony Intensive Care Shampoo and Treatment could not have honestly put me in a better of mood. The Harmony Intensive Care Shampoo has a very thick but creamy formula, which works into the hair beautifully with a splash of warm, clean water of course. It is also lightly fragranced with Neal & Wolf’s distinct fresh but floral scent, which just lightens and freshens the whole atmosphere and aroma of a morning shower to me. Following this experience with the Harmony Intensive Care Treatment is also delightful, as it’s gorgeous, lightly whipped cream formula, coats hair and smooths it, leaving the hair with a lightweight and silky smooth texture overall. Along with these two products, I have also really been enjoying using the Silk Smoothing Balm on my hair whilst it is still damp. With having slightly frizzy, fluffy hair myself, when it’s freshly washed, I’ve liked using this product to really tame the wildness and make my hair appear just a little more smooth and under control.
Neal & Wolf’s Guard Heat Protection Spray is one of those products that has been happily sat in my hair care cupboard for absolutely ages. In fact, I think I have about three of these in there up to now because everytime I work with Neal & Wolf, they very kindly send me one of these products along. Although, I’m a huge fan of it, so I’m definitely not complaining! It holds Neal & Wolf’s iconic scent, and it really does spray and coat my entire head of hair well, which is exactly what I want and look for in a heat protection spray.
I must admit, I never normally use a finishing spray on my hair… well, not including the odd spritz of a hairspray now and then anyway. Therefore, Neal & Wolf’s Glow Super Shine Spray for me was a complete and utter mystery to use, as I’ve certainly never used anything like this product before either. Following the handy tips which were also sent to me by Neal & Wolf, I only used a very fine amount of this product over my entire head of hair, as I certainly didn’t want to ruin the look by making my freshly washed hair appear greasy or oily. Overall, I can tell you that this is a nice product in regards to how it sprays and how it sits on the hair. However, I wouldn’t personally say that for me it makes a huge amount of difference with regards to the shine or finish. For me, this product wouldn’t be an essential step to follow to achieve the Epiphany look by Neal & Wolf, although my hair could just be naturally dull overall by the amount of bleach and hair colouring products that I’ve used over time, and therefore just a little past saving… who knows!
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