Textured short or long bob is so in trend right now. I wish I have guts to get my hair cut shorter to long bob length or even shorter, but due to the speed of my hair growth I quickly got rid of that idea in my mind. Although that doesn't mean I didn't want to achieve the messy texture though, and today I'll show you my current hair styling routine with the products that I found worked for my hair. (excuse my no makeup face, I was getting ready myself for the night xx)
1. Towel dry your hair to absorb excess water after shower.
2. Use Fudge Mega Hair Milk* to add texture and volume to your hair. You can do upside down blow dry afterwards as recommended, but I like to leave my hair air dry to minimize the damage from heat. This stuff doesn't weigh your hair down and doesn't leave any stickiness once your hair is dry!
3. Scrunching the hair to add messiness. And if you have naturally wavy hair, you probably could skip the curling step at the end even!
4. Spray on Bubble & Bubble Thickening Hairspray to add even more texture to the hair, and giving a bit of hold for the styling that we're doing later on. I got a mini deluxe sample from Sephora with my VIB points, will definitely get a full size once I run out!
5. Scrunch scrunch scrunch! The best way to add more texture and volume to hair when it's still damp.
6. Once your hair is air dried or blow dried completely, spray on some heat protector. I used the good old TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Protective Spray, it's still the best one I've tried and so affordable.
7. Curling your hair messily with your preferred heat styling tools. My go to is the NuMe Titan 3 with the 1 inch barrel for soft and messy curls.
8. Roughly loosen up the curls with finger tips to add the messy effect, and lock in your hairstyle with Schwarzkopf Push-up Volume Hairspray*. I can't get over how much it holds my hair and doesn't feel sticky at all! I can wear this hairspray to bed and my hair still looks so fresh and not dirty the next morning!!
VOILA, WE'RE DONE!
Do you prefer straight or curls? What's your favourite hair styling products? Let me know in the comments down below!