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    Brooke White Hairstyle a Second Day Lived-In Look

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    Brooke White Hairstyle goes back to the 70’s

    Hairstyles of the 70’s are showing up on American Idol. I had my suspicions that Brooke White, of American Idol was either our first successful artist clone of the twenty-first century or, a reincarnation of a 70’s idol (if you can be reincarnated before the original actually passes over?) But anyway, by putting her picture side by side with the 1970’s folk fave, Carly Simon . . . I’m sure of it!


    Brooke White and Carly Simon Hairstyles
    Brooke White and Carly Simon Hairstyles

    Never have been quite sure how singers can learn not only how to sound like their idol, forgive the pun, but also begin to look like them. Maybe it has to do with the phenomena of how couples start to look-alike after years together, or even the quirky trait of how some people seem to resemble their animal . . . Egads!

    Anyways, I do love Brooke White’s lived-in looking hairstyle. This is the second-day sexy looking hairstyle that is the big trend this season. To get this loose, spiral look;

    • Use at least one volumizing product ie; shampoo, root lifter, spray
    • Mist lightly with a thermal spray
    • Wrap large sections around a wide-barrel curling iron ( 1 1/4″ is my favorite size)
    • Allow to set and gently slide off the iron
    • Finish with a shine spray
    • Tousle with fingers

    Another way to get these loose, tousled curls is to do pin curls. Pin curls turn out different every time, so be sure to experiment with size, how long to leave-in the hair and how you dry the hair previous to curling. Start by curling around two fingers on dry hair and go from there!

    See Hairstyles Trends for Spring and Summer as Redken’s Creative Artist, Guido Palau shows simple and easy ways to style your hair, and stay current with what is happening with the celebs follow our Pinterest Celebrities Board.


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