Hair by Kevin Hughes, Moroccanoil Artistic Director
"Subtle and pulled back, but we're leaving the girls' natural texture. For longer hair, we're pulling it into a low ponytail and tying a piece of fabric onto the hair."
1. When you get out of the shower, before you even detangle your hair, press Moroccanoil Treatment lightly into your hair with your hands. It helps to restore elasticity as well as add shine and decrease frizz.
2. Press with your hands, from the bottom of your hair upwards.
3. Go right into the blowout. If you have super curly hair, add Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream.
1. Blow dry with a little bit of the Hydrating Styling Cream. Apply right on top of the Moroccanoil Treatment that's already in the hair.
2. If you want to curl the hair, make sure to use Perfect Defense as a heat protectant. Any time you bring a hot tool to your hair, you need to use a heat protectant.
3. If you leave your hair straight, just blow it out into its natural shape.
1. Part the hair in the center. But if you look better with a side part, stay with it.
2. Bring your hair back into a low ponytail, at the nape of the neck, with an elastic band. Make sure the band is coated so there's no snagging.
3. Spray some Dry Oil Texture throughout for some instant texture.
4. With your right hand around the elastic, use your left hand to pull pieces of hair up so there's a slight undone feel. This really gives the silhouette of the hair more shape.
Hair Hack: Take the Look from Day to Night
Twist or braid the "ponytail" part and keep it low, still at the nape of the neck.
If you do a three-strand braid, then blouse it—i.e. expand a little with your fingers, thumbs on top moving outward—so you double or triple the size of the braid.
Wrap it around itself.
Hold secure with bobby pins.
Whenever you're using bobby pins, spray them with a dry texture hairspray so the pins have more of a grip. There's less chance they'll slide out.