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Elnett Satin Elnett

Very Volume with Pro-Keratin - Supreme Hold

L'Oréal Paris Elnett Satin is the best kept secret of leading stylists worldwide. Its revolutionary micro-diffuser spray delivers an ultra-fine mist that disappears at the stroke of a brush.

Very Volume with Pro-Keratin - Supreme Hold
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Enriched with Pro-Keratinand adds volume to boost natural-looking hair styles that hold all day.



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Summer calls for hair that's hot AND effortless.
Enter the ring: boxer braids.

Also known as Dutch Braids, they're a fresh take on French braids, with the plaited part sitting on the outside.

The NEW Stylista Braid Hair Styling Milk will give you the grip you need to rock this look with confidence. Enriched with Coconut Milk, you'll get added shine and up to 30% less frizz. The cherry on top is the soft tousled waves you're left with when you take them out.

How to:

Step 1: Smooth Stylista Braid Milk onto dry hair. Apply evenly to the lengths for extra grip and don’t forget the ends too.

Step 2: Divide hair into two equal sections by splitting down the middle.

Step 3: Take a small section of hair near your forehead and divide into three sections. Weave left section underneath the middle section (not over the top, as you do with French braids). Then, weave right section under the new middle section.

Step 4: Repeat and keep adding in more hair from the root as you move down your head. Pro tip: Keep braids nice and tight as you’re braiding to help them last longer (and you can always loosen them after!)

Step 5: Once you get to the nape of your neck, finish off like you would a normal braid. Secure the end with a hair tie and repeat on the other side!

Step 6: Smooth Stylista Braid Milk over the top of your plait for added hold and natural shine.

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Is there anything more summery than tousled beach wave hair? The style – popular year in and year out – is the ultimate out-of-office look. It can be dressed up, adding an extra allure on a night out, or dressed down for a casual, cool chic. The best part is, you don’t need a stylist on-hand to help you create this gorgeous, beachy look for yourself. Regardless of whether you have short, medium or long hair, we’ve rounded up our best tips to help you achieve the beach hair of your dreams.

The basics 

Step 1 – Starts with a wash
Begin by washing your hair with Elvive Extraordinary Oil Shampoo, which provides gentle care for your hair. Clean hair is key if you’re going to be layering on the styling products needed to create this look. In this instance, don’t apply conditioner. Your hair will need to be as light as possible so it doesn’t weigh down any curls you create.

Step 2 – Towel dry
Once your hair is washed, you’ll need to give it a quick towel dry. This step is important regardless of hair texture. You want to ensure that your hair is damp, rather than fully dry, and frizz-free so use a pat-and-scrunch drying method rather than a rubbing one.

Step 3 – Apply product
With damp, towel-dried hair, flip your head completely over and generously apply a salt spray like Stylista Beach Wave Salt Spray. By flipping your head over, it’s much easier to ensure your ends are totally covered and your roots have been avoided. From here, you have a couple of different options.
For loose, natural waves, let your hair dry naturally. If, however, you’re ready for glamorous waves with full volume, you have a couple more steps to complete.

Step 4 – Rough dry
Lightly apply a heat protecting spray like Elnett Heat Protect Styling Spray. Using your favourite blow dryer on a high setting, begin to blow dry your hair. Run your fingers through your hair roughly to separate and give definition and volume. Using a brush will disrupt whatever definition you’ve already created, so always use your fingers.

Step 5 – Boost your curl
Turn on your curling tongs and section your hair as they heat. Once they’re hot, begin curling from the bottom by wrapping various-sized sections around the tongs, holding for 5-7 seconds each.

Step 6 – Finish the look
Once your entire head has cooled, you can leave your curls tight for a more event-ready, finished look or lightly run your fingers through them so they blend more seamlessly together. Either way, your go-to last step is a good hairspray like Elnett Satin for maximum staying power.

How to get beach waves for your hair texture

While the basic steps are the same, catering your beach hair routine to your hair texture is the difference between a style that lasts and one that falls flat.

For fine hair The amount of product makes all the difference for fine hair. If you get the urge to use spritz after spritz of your salt spray, back away. Using two sprays at most and only in the mid-section of your strands will help your hair stay light and bouncy all day long. 
If you have fine hair, it’s also helpful to rough drying rather than turning to your tongs. Use your fingers to roughly blow dry until your hair is only 30 percent damp and then scrunch again and let the air do the rest.

For naturally wavy or curly hair With hair that’s naturally wavy or curly, the goal is to make your beach waves look intentional. To do this, you’ll want to go through the above steps but this time, when you apply product, use your fingers to run it down your strands – almost like you’re stretching your curls out. Then air dry or rough blow dry on a medium-to-light heat to avoid frizz.

For thick, straight hair Thick hair takes a little extra oomph to help give it the beach look. Adding a curl-ready mousse will help to give you the extra definition you need. Work it into your hair and then, using a medium to large barrel curling iron, wrap different sized strands around for a loose, natural-looking curl. Finish the look with Steps 4-6 above.

For coarse or frizzy hair The key to achieving beach waves with coarse hair is moisture. As with all other textures, the above will largely stay the same, but add moisture to your locks with a 3-4 pumps of your favourite hair oil, like L’Oreal Elvive Extraordinary Oil before you begin to curl.

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