SIMONE'S TIPS...

For Dry Hair...

One major reason for dry hair is the lack of essential fatty acids (E.F.A.'s). They are naturally supplied to the scalp and then to the hair by the sebeous gland. Natural sebum is lost through heat, chemical interaction, alkaline hair care products, and a host of other reasons. To correct the concern of dry hair:

Styling With Hot Rollers When using hot rollers spray dry hair first with a "working" hairspray. Take your first section and comb it smooth, spray with hairspray and then twist the section before wrapping on the roller. This will give a spiral look to your curls. After rollers have cooled take out rollers and spray with a "working" hairspray. Finally turn head upside down and run your fingers through your hair.

If you use curling irons...

On clean towel dried hair: Apply a product designed to create volume. Apply it at the roots of your hair and comb through to the ends (you want more product at toward the scalp than at the ends- this makes the hair "lift") Let hair cool before brushing out. After the hair is completely dry and your style is set, use a stronger holding hair spray to keep the hair in place.

If you use rollers (cold or hot)...

On clean towel dried hair: Apply a product designed to create volume. Apply it at the roots of your hair and comb through to the ends (you want more product at toward the scalp than at the ends- this makes the hair "lift") Roll your hair. Mist lightly with a light to medium hair spray (do not use a strong one) When hair is dry, brush out, and finish with a stronger finishing spray.