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Melissa is a graphic designer who loves her long, naturally curly hair, but struggles with how much hair she has and how difficult it is to manage and control frizz.

With Profound Beauty's Tropical Curl Kit, she now has beautiful, bouncy, frizz-free luscious curls. The Tropical Curl Kit is a collection of Profound Beauty products that work together to offer luscious, dewy, plump curls. The kit consists of Hush Time-Out Treatment, Stylist Curl Foam and Atmosphere Tropical Mist Spray.


STEP 1: REDUCE FRIZZ

On cleansed, damp hair, apply HUSH Time-Out Treatment to eliminate frizz. Work the product through your hair section by section, using a wide-toothed comb to achieve even saturation.


STEP 2: ENHANCE CURL FORMATION

Using your fingers, apply a generous amount of STYLIST Curl Foam to hair from root to tip. Curl Foam is humidity resistant and improves curl retention for beautifully shaped perky structured curls. Scrunch hair to create and define your personal wave and curl pattern.


STEP 3: PROFESSIONAL TIP (optional)

To define curls even more, push hair forward from the root and look for the formation of the wave. Insert hair clips at the base of the wave to help define curls, lifting hair from the roots and keeping it from drying flat to the head. Clipping the curls also allows hair to dry with natural body and a defined wave or curl from the roots.


STEP 4: DRY GENTLY

Using a blow dryer and diffuser, dry hair, gently scrunching curls as you go.


STEP 5: ADD MOISTURE & SHINE

When hair is almost dry, remove hair clips and spray ATMOSPHERE Tropical Mist liberally to the entire head. Tropical Mist will add moisture and shine to your curls, while repelling the negative effects of humidity. Use your fingers to separate and define curls.


THE RESULT: BEAUTIFUL CURLS

The Tropical Curl Kit will help you achieve luscious, yummy curls that last and a luxurious style that resists humidity and controls frizz.


0 Comments
I agree, better pictures and step by step directions
Fantastic tips. I would really like to see a better picture of how the hair is clipped in step 3. This looks different than the "lift and separate" technique (which I've never been able to master, either!)
She definitely has beautiful hair...exactly what I want my hair to do. What is her hair type?thanks, Monica

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