Five minute hair in five easy steps

Posted on: June 30, 2012

Running late in the morning, but still want your hair to look somewhat interesting and on trend? Then try a textured ponytail.  It takes minutes to do, so you can still look gorgeous and be at your desk bang on time!

You’ll need:

  • Hairspray
  • Heat protection spray
  • Smoothing cream
  • Curling iron or straighteners
  • Two Kirby grips
  • Extensions (if your hair is short)
  • Paddle brush

1 – Prep the hair to give it a smooth workable texture, try a smoothing cream to create a sleek finish.
2 – Use a thermal protection spray from mid-lengths to ends to protect the hair from the tonging that is to come later. If your hair is short try our Yaki One or EW Sleek (RRP£24.99) extensions to create a thicker, longer ponytail.
3 – Brush hair up into a tight ponytail just above the nape, and secure with a covered hair band. Take a small section of hair from the ponytail and cover the hair band using two Kirby grips to secure.
4 – Tong the ends using a curling iron or straighteners, then run your fingers through the ponytail to even out the texture and break up the curl.
5 – Finish with hairspray applied to the front sides of the hair using your fingertips to smooth any flyaways.

You look stunning, now RUN, the train waits for no man!

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