Katie Melua

Does anyone have any idea what products she uses on her hair or what products I could use to achieve hair like hers and techniques how to etc? Thanks

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3A.
That's the hair I'd love too!
Originally Posted by CurlyJoviFan
Me three!
And it looks like something my hair *might* actually do under the proper circumstances. I just don't know exactly what those are.
Basicly that's what I'm ideally going for in general.
2/f/i, waist length w/ long layers

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That's the hair I'd love too!
Originally Posted by CurlyJoviFan
Me three!
And it looks like something my hair *might* actually do under the proper circumstances. I just don't know exactly what those are.
Basicly that's what I'm ideally going for in general.
Originally Posted by meriellyn
I know what you mean, I think with a little persuasion and a little wishing mine may just manage it!

I'd so love that hair!!
WOW! GIMME THAT HAIR, TOO! Gorgeous!
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Fine, Thick, Normal Porosity, Normal Elasticity

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If I'm Going To Have A Bad Hair Day, It Might As Well Be In Aruba!

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2...570678,00.html

For glossy curls like Katie Melua

Lucky Katie has been blessed with naturally curly locks but she still uses heated rollers to give her an extra boost.

To get her look, spritz your hair with holding spray then separate it into small sections.

Starting from the bottom, wrap the sections around heated rollers and leave to set for 20 minutes.

When the time is up, gently uncurl your hair and spritz with some shine spray.

Try using Morphy Richards’ Headgear rollers, priced £29.99, available from larger Boots stores.

They heat up amazingly quickly - in just two minutes they reach 120˚C - which means they’re perfect for pre-party styling.

They also come in three sizes, so you can create either ringlets, soft curls or waves dependent on your mood.
Originally Posted by The Sun Online
What do you guys think? I have never ventured into heated rollers before...
http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2001290023-2005570678,00.html

For glossy curls like Katie Melua

Lucky Katie has been blessed with naturally curly locks but she still uses heated rollers to give her an extra boost.

To get her look, spritz your hair with holding spray then separate it into small sections.

Starting from the bottom, wrap the sections around heated rollers and leave to set for 20 minutes.

When the time is up, gently uncurl your hair and spritz with some shine spray.

Try using Morphy Richards’ Headgear rollers, priced £29.99, available from larger Boots stores.

They heat up amazingly quickly - in just two minutes they reach 120˚C - which means they’re perfect for pre-party styling.

They also come in three sizes, so you can create either ringlets, soft curls or waves dependent on your mood.
Originally Posted by The Sun Online
What do you guys think? I have never ventured into heated rollers before...
Originally Posted by CurlyJoviFan
I LOVE her hair!! I may just have to try it..
Lindsey
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