Not all bedheads are created equal... some of us (*cough* Rosie Huntington-Whitely *cough*) seem to wake up with sultry, dissheveled hair, while others (like myself) wake up with their hair looking like a complete and utter mess.
Here's my go-to 'rock n roll' hair look that completely revives day 2 (or even day 3) bedhead tresses.
In order to achieve swoonworthy Rosie-inspired locks, I love using Moroccanoil hair products (which is a brand Rosie often uses!). Here's what you'll need...
+ Step 1: Revive
After 2 or 3 days without washing my hair, I need some serious oil-control. Moroccanoil's Dry Shampoo for Dark Tones is my absolute haircare essential. Not only does this formula soak up all unwanted oils, but it adds extra volume to your roots. I like to blow dry my hair with a rounded brush once I've sprayed my roots for extra volume. This product is also available for Light Tones (it is purple-tinted to banish any brass), which I will most likely have to switch to as I continue on my journey to the perfect blonde hue. Added bonus? This stuff smells heavenly.
+ Step 2: Texturize
Once you've given life back to your hair, it's time to texturize and dishevel. This step is all about getting that perfect 'I-woke-up-like-this' look, so use a fine-toothed comb to tease your hair at the roots and spray Dry Texture Spray all over. I love how this product gives your hair that piece-y, windblown look without making your hair 'wet' or crunchy. The key to this step is being imperfect, so sporadically twist strands and feel free to put on your fave music and shake your head to the beat.
+ Step 3: Moisturize
After using Dry Shampoo and Dry Texture Spray, I often find that the ends of my hair need some serious hydration. With just a drop or two of Original Moroccanoil Treatment, I always rub the oil on my ends between my palms to put back a little bit of moisture and shine.
And you're done!
Or rather, undone ;)
Who's your hair inspiration?
Olivia Rose | 25