Style it up
Styling cream suits most hair types and works magic on curls, waves or coarser hair, softening it up and adding a suggestion of shine, whilst still looking natural.
Got thin or fine hair? Hit the cream to add texture and volume, but go easy: too much will weigh you down.
Cream works on short cuts like Channing Tatum’s high and tight or a buzz cut, neatening and banishing frizz.
How to use it
Styling cream works best on dry hair, but you can use it on damp, towel-dried hair, too. How much to use? Depends on your hair type and length, so go ahead and get experimenting.
Start with a fingertip amount. If you need more, go for it. Rub it between your hands. The cream will warm up a little with the heat from your fingers: this is good, it applies easier that way.
Next, rake your fingers through your hair from the roots all the way out. Missing out the back of the head is a rookie error. Don’t do it. Go for full coverage.
Got time? Work the product through your hair a couple more times. The more even the distribution, the more natural the look.
If you started with damp hair then finish off by blow drying your damp hair to achieve even softer finish and more body to your style.
Now, style as you like. Use a comb for a more defined look, or just texture it up with your fingers. Job done.
Now get out there and rock the look.