Many curly male celebrities are setting texture trends
Currently the star of the CBS’s "The Mentalist," Simon Baker’s natural waves can be easily achieved in a few simple steps, according to Tracey Bocci, owner of Bocci Salon in Sterling Heights, Michigan. First prep the hair with TIGI B for Men Clean Up Daily Shampoo and Conditioner. Then apply a quarter size amount of B for Men In Check Curl Defining Cream evenly through wet hair, and towel dry to remove excess moisture. This will create a soft natural movement of curls. Finish with a pea-size amount of Pure Molding Paste for extra separation and hold.
For a look like singer Nick Jonas, the key is to do everything you can to really maximize the curl pattern, says Dickey, creator of Hair Rules. “Styling starts straight from the shower; you want to apply product when hair is soaking wet,” he says. “Rubbing hair with a towel will disturb your curls and promote frizz.” Dickey recommends placing a dime-sized amount of product like Hair Rules Curly Whip between your palms and gently squeeze the product into the hair to enhance your client’s curls. “Try your best not to touch the hair while it’s drying—how it looks wet is how you want it to set,” he says. “If you don’t want to wait for the hair to air dry, use a diffuser. Once dry, apply a small amount of the Hair Rules Hydrating Finishing Cream, which will add extra moisture without leaving the curls greasy.”
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