1. The side sweep
Apply medium-hold mousse to clean hair and part
to the side. ‘Divide the hair into a top and back section and dry the back first with a large round brush, then blow-dry the top,’ Anthony says. ‘Next, divide into horizontal sections from the ear working up to the partline and tong each section. Gently brush out using a flat brush.’ Then, swing hair over to one side and spray all over.
Try using: VS Sassoon 38mm Ceramic Curler (a), $39.95. Moroccanoil Ceramic Round Brush 55mm (b), $31.95. Richard Ward Anti-Ageing Argan Mousse (c), $19.95. Toni & Guy Casual Sea Salt Texturising Spray (d), $15.99.
2. Sleek and straight
‘The perfect look for those who are time poor but want to recreate magic in a matter of minutes!’ Anthony says. Part wet hair, then divide into four even sections. Apply a heat protective spray and blow-dry the back section first. ‘Take a two to three-inch section and blow-dry with a large flat paddle brush to ensure hair stays flat.’ Make your way up from the nape to the crown, then dry the front from the ear to the centre part line. For a slick finish, run the hairdryer’s nozzle down the hair shaft from part line to ends.
Try using: De Lorenzo Defence Thermal Argan Oil (h), $29.95. Batiste Heat & Shine Protect Spray (i), $12.95. The Body Shop Paddle Brush (j), $24.95. Remington Proluxe Salon Dryer (k), $129.95.
3. Tousled bun
Use a dry shampoo for a textured look. Try a powdered volumiser at the roots and backcomb the top for oomph. Pull hair back and tie into a pony at the nape, leaving
a wisp at front to curl.
‘For the tousled [look], try plaiting first and gently pull apart or loosen sections. Spritz with a firm hairspray,’ Anthony says.
Try using: Kevin Murphy Session Spray (e), $36.95. L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni Art Super Dust (f), $25.50. Pantene Pro-V Nature Fusion Dry Shampoo (g), $9.99.
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