Whether your client is a weekly blowout devotee or taking to the salon for dose of pampering, a smooth blowout is an essential summer staple that’s always sure to please—especially when the temperatures start ramping up and they need a smooth fix. Paul Mitchell’s Awapuhi Wild Ginger line has everything you need to keep your client’s tresses smooth, soft and flyaway free.
Awapuhi Wild Ginger Moisturizing Lather Shampoo
Awapuhi Wild Ginger Keratin Cream Rinse
Awapuhi Wild Ginger HydroCream Whip
Awapuhi Wild Ginger Finishing SprayTM
Rollers (from small to extra-large)
To get the look:
1. After shampooing and conditioning with Awapuhi Wild Ginger Moisturizing Lather Shampoo and Awapuhi Wild Ginger Keratin Cream Rinse, apply Awapuhi Wild Ginger HydroCream Whip with a comb to damp hair.
2. Start the set in the front hairline. Create a “C” shape in the front fringe, starting at the recession. Roll all the hair on-base using over-direction. Secure with a roller pin. Use the tail of a comb to wrap the ends around each roller.
3. On the right side, roll the hair forward to just behind the ear.
4. On the left side, roll all the rollers under and slightly back, following the hairline. Just above that row of rollers, begin another row following the same pattern until you reach the nape.
5. Elevate the top section and roll them on-base using over-direction.
6. The back sections will roll to the right until you reach the right hairline. Then the rollers will roll to the left until you meet the previously rolled sections, creating an “S” pattern. The bottom rollers roll under.
7. Remove all the rollers once the hair is completely dry. Massage the scalp to make sure the hair at the scalp is dry and to remove any roller marks.
8. Using a dressing brush, brush the hair out completely.
9.Take large diagonal back sections and lightly back-brush at the base using a Teasing Brush. Comb and push in waves from the set using the side of your hand. Use Awapuhi Wild Ginger Finishing Spray to lock waves into place.
10. Lightly back-brush the top of the section for control, then smooth using a Teasing Brush.