How To: Ultimate Effortless Hair
100% natural? Tick. Australian made + owned? Tick. Vegan friendly and amazing for your locks? Tick, tick, tick. We've teamed up with one of our favourite Aussie brands Hello Hair to create the perfect trans-seasonal look.
Hello Hair have taken the haircare (and Instagram) world by storm with their killer natural hydrating mask, containing the holy trinity of coconut, almond and argan oils to give your hair some real TLC. Use on all types of hair - including dyed and damaged - and it leaves your locks feeling silky, soft and super easy to manage (can you tell we love it?).
Plus, we've also teamed up with the HH gang for an amazing giveaway! You could win 1 of 2 prize packs including a year's supply of Hello Hair + a $250 BNKR voucher - enter here!
Our hair + beauty expert Isabella Iasenzaniro runs you through how to achieve the effortless look at home.
A P P L I C A T I O N
For best results, wash hair with desired shampoo prior to using Hello Hair treatment. Once washed, ring water out of hair, or better still, towel dry to remove excess water. Comb tangles out before application. For thick hair, section hair into quarters, or for finer hair, section into two parts.
Squeeze Hello Hair Hydrating Mask into hands to about the size of a 20 cent piece coin and apply to each section.
Then bring all the sections together and continue to work the mask in with your fingers. Leave in for 10-20 minutes, then rinse. For very thick, course hair, I recommend not entirely rinsing product out of hair as the mask will work great for anti-frizz.
F I N A L L O O K
Once mask is rinsed out, use a blow dryer to blast hair dry in sections while using a twisting motion to add texture. Once hair is bone dry, use a medium sized curling tong to add texture and wave. Hint: always wrap the hair going away from the face, rather than towards for a better result.
Waves are a great way to give the hair volume and fullness at the mid-lengths and ends - use your fingers to break up the waves from the curling iron and give separation. Don’t be afraid to touch your hair - the more you touch it, the better the waves will look (we promise).