Spring showers may bring the flowers but they also bring on the frizz! What's a girl to do? Celebrity stylist, Sherri Jessee offers some tips to cure the common curl:
- Blow dry a liberal amount of RUSK Str8 Anti-Frizz and Anti-Curl Lotion into your hair to provide temporary control. It is a light, greaseless styling lotion that eliminates frizz and temporarily straightens hair. Str8 contains Thermplex™, a unique combination of ingredients that activates with the heat of a blow-dryer to alter internal curl memory and block the effects of humidity for up to 24 hours.
- Provide extra smoothness by flat ironing the hair with a heat protector like RUSK Thermal Flat Iron Spray. A protective, humidity-resistant styling spray, it penetrates the hair, infusing conditioning and controlling agents to seal the cuticle, eliminate any frizziness and provide long-term memory, helping prevent curl reversion and making styles resistant to environmental elements. This spray works like a starch when ironing a shirt providing a smoother, long lasting result with lower iron temperatures.
- completely formaldehyde FREE formula alters the pattern of naturally curly or wavy hair, yielding unsurpassed conditioning and luminous shine while building and improving the hair’s strength.If you are still having problems with your hair being too curly, frizzy or even just plain too puffy, it may be time to bring out the big guns! Go straight to your salon professional as ask for a RUSK Anti Curl. This is a technologically advanced curl remover, frizz controller, and anti-humectant. Its safe,
Sherri Jessee has been a successful stylist and salon owner for 20 plus years. Amazing artistic talents in hair and makeup combined with the knowledge gained from a Bachelor's degree in education from Emory & Henry College have helped create one of the most sought after educators in the beauty industry. Sherri has been featured as an industry expert in such acclaimed magazines as OK!, Cosmopolitan and Beauty Entertainment, as well as in numerous educational videos and television shows.
Learn more about Sherri by visiting her website: http://www.sherrijessee.com