From time to time big hair tries to make a comeback, but all attempts do
not match what used to be in the fifties and the sixties. Some stars
like Jessica Simpson and Angelina Jolie will have long or full hair,
emphasizing luxurious volume and the bounce and movement that can only
come with cascading curls. The big hair of the sixties was neat and
together and very round, whereas most modern hair-dos have that alluring
look of having been mussed in the back seat of a car. When it's time to
try the big hair look, then it's time to put the hair straightener away
and bring out the trusty blow dryer.
Decide if you want the warm hair look - with auburn, golds and coppers
or the severe dark brunette and black, that is more suitable to shorter
hair. Choose shampoos and conditioners that are designed to add
fullness to each hair, especially useful if you are starting out with
fine locks. Hold your head upside down as you blow-dry, aiming at the
roots. Spray gel will help avoid the flyaway look, if you want to
keep from looking like a hedge when the first big wind attacks your
efforts. Then get some truly honest criticism of the results,
especially if you are trying this for the first time.
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