Friday, January 18, 2008

AVEDA's Be Curly Works on Straight Hair

Some would call this messy.
Moms would call this "Brush your hair!"
But I call this hair curly.
aveda's be curly hair for curls
Let hair air dry for the most part. When damp, apply Aveda's Be Curly to your fingers and scrunch hair in big chunks. Apply heat to scrunches from the hair dryer (best results: use diffuser). Gingerly apply a lot of squirts of Aveda's Smoothing Fluid with your fingers to your new hot curls and waves. (ps: that's a Katie James red sleep mask pictured above)

My pursuit of curly hair for the straight girl has not been tamed yet. You too can have curly hair from Aveda's curl enhancer. I've tested it three times. The proof is in the curl. And it smells nice.

Get this look online:
Aveda's Be Curly Curl Enhancer
aveda curl enhancer
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Works best when used with Aveda Smoothing Fluid
aveda smoothing fluid
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Artisticpixie said...

Hmm...I wonder if that works on permed hair? I recently permed it but it's getting less curly. Thanks for the product tips! I'm going to give it a try.

Mista said...

Hmm...that is a good question! If you try it, let us know?! Your hair looks like it has some kind of wave regardless, so maybe the curl enhancer would still enhance...?

Keep us posted.

The Downtown Boutique said...

I love Aveda products and have not found them where I live...well, I've not really looked TOO hard...just kinda searched the phone book.

It's good to know I can get them on Amazon!


Mista said...

I know! I might move to downtown Columbus, and leave NYC and the which is how I order/get delivered groceries online. Amazon says they also sell groceries like orange juice. So, I might need to do that! Strange concept, though.