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SATC 2 Get the Samantha

Submitted by on June 13, 2010 – 8:58 pm

SATC 2 Sassy Samantha

In SATC 2 Samantha has gone for a LOB – a ‘long bob’ that is a great haircut for creating the glamour of long hair with the edgy ease of short hair & with just the right amount of ‘rootage’ this is a fail- safe cut that suits anyone.  To get Samantha’s tousled Lob layers are key.

Wash hair with Redken’s Time Reset range and apply a root boosting product like Volupt, using a large round barrelled brush dry your hair in sections lifting at the roots and wrapping hair around the barrel to create volume. If you have fine, straight hair you can create extra bounce and volume by putting your hair in large Velcro rollers, blasting with hot hair and leaving for 30 minutes. Run your hands through your hair to loosen and leave it to settle for 30minutes. You should be left with a finished style that’s sophisticated style with an 80’s Dynasty influence.

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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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