A Curly Hair Transformation with John Hebert

2012-08-06 11:46:16

A Curly Hair Transformation with John Hebert

Want a new look or fabulous curly haircut? Get some tips by following Claire in her quest for a new look!

After the Cut

I absolutely love my hair; it looks even better than I hoped it would! It’s young, light and so easy. I have definitely made a few changes to my routine, but John kept his promise and gave me a style that's still simple to maintain.

My wash process is the same, aside from the fact that I use less of each product! I still love Elucence Volume Clarifying Shampoo and Moisture Balancing Conditioner, but lately I have been using Jessicurl Gentle Lather Shampoo and Aloeba Daily Conditioner. The Jessicurl products are great for my fine curls.

If I wash my hair at night, I will quickly rinse it with cold water when I wake up. Then I apply my styling product. I’m careful to not comb through my curls too much as this disturbs my natural curl pattern. When I'm not using Jessicurl Confident Coils Styling Solution, I like DevaCurl Frizz-Free Volumizing Foam. It gives my curls great definition and retention. Then I just scrunch and go on with my morning routine. By the time I get to work, my hair has finished air-drying and my curls look great!

Final Thoughts

If you’re thinking of making a drastic change to your hair, I encourage you to take the leap! Find a stylist that you feel comfortable with and remember to listen to their ideas — they are the professionals, and they can really help to enhance your look. If you're lucky enough to live in Austin, check out John Hebert. You'll have a great experience and a fabulous new 'do!  One of the most important things about getting a new cut is to "own" your new look. People around you will automatically love your new haircut if they see your confidence.

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Claire Aviles

Claire Aviles

Claire Aviles is a graduate from Boston College, where she earned a BA in English with minors in Economics and in Music. She is the Marketing Events Coordinator at a software company in Boston and has been contributing to NaturallyCurly for over two years.

WEBSITE: Claire Aviles