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SATC 2 Get the ‘Carrie’

Submitted by on June 13, 2010 – 8:31 pm

Get the Carrie look:

This look needs volume and dishevelled curls so prep hair using Redken’s Body Full shampoo and conditioner which plumps-up each strand of hair by up to 39%. Then use Sebastian’s Volupt spray on the roots of your hair, tip upside down and blast with hot air until almost dry.

The tightness of Carrie’s curls varies throughout the film at the start it is tight with crimped sections and later on it is looser waves. To get tight curls spray your hair all over with Redken’s Spray Starch Heat Memory Styler and wrap very small sections (less than 1” wide) of your hair around wires, thin bendy rollers or cloth and secure tightly. Blast your hair so it’s fully dry and leave for 5-10minutes to cool. Starting from the bottom of your head remove gently and when all have been removed run your fingers through to loosen.

To create loser curls clamp GHD’s around your hair and slide a quarter of the way down, position the GHD’s  so they’re at a vertical right angle to your head then twist your wrist 180 degrees and pull slowly away from your head. You’ll find this easier if you clip your hair into sections and start at the bottom of your head.

For more photos from the movie visit the UK’s official Sex and the City 2 Facebook page facebook.com/SATC2Movie

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