by: AMC for Hair Chaos Marketing!
Picture it. You're sitting there in front of the mirror, with a comb in one hand and a section of hair in the other. Your intent...to tackle teasing. You start to run the comb up and down your hair, making back and forth motions with your comb like a seasoned barber slapping a straight razor back and forth on worn leather. Just then, you try and lift the comb---but wait, it won't budge! Oh snap! You have a rats nest of terribly teased locks on your domepiece. In a panic, you reach for the shears and recklessly hack at your hair! AAAAAAAH!
Yes, sadly the experience above is a true story...no, it didn't happen to me, but I'm sure it's a true story for some failed backcomber out there!
I have done this with a round brush before, long story...hey you! No giggling! I know you've done it too!
So if you're anything like me then backcombing, A.K.A. teasing, is a difficult feat! But do not fret my fellow mane challenged friend...This Part 2 will include some neat trix on how to actually achieve it!
Part 1 included some cool tips on shampooing/conditioning. So, after you've stepped out of the shower, cleansed and moisturized, Heather recommends slapping some Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Smoothing Serum. This stuff is something I also have in my personal arsenal, and I can tell you it is awesome. It gives a smooth finish and wicked shine! Cost is about $16+...not bad right?
|Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Smoothing Serum|
|The Marilyn Brush (Teasing/Backcombing Boar Bristle Brush)|
What is Tress Trix? Well it's a Q&A blog segment where Heather answers questions and provides insightful tips & tricks on how to add some chaos to your locks!
Want to have your question answered by Heather, designer for Hair Chaos Accessories? It's easy, just e-mail AMC at: HairChaosMarketing@live.com!