When it comes to New Year’s Eve, many women prefer to create a classic-looking style with a few original touches. This year, keep your locks as natural as possible for the 31st
, but don’t forget to make it shine! Let’s take a look at 3 top styling products which will make you the star of the show this NYE! Express Therapy mask.
If it’s shiny hair you’re after, you’ll need to start with healthy locks! The Jean Louis David Express Therapy mask has 10 benefits in 1 clever formula. Simple to use, this nourishing mask sinks in wonderfully before you leave the house each morning. It nourishes, repairs, de-tangles, protects and ultimately creates glossy hair. Its lightweight, creamy formula doesn’t need an application time or even rinsing out. Simply spray into the palms of your hands before running throughout the mid-lengths and ends. All you need to do now is comb through to distribute evenly and get styling! Absolute Shine heat-defence spray.
For ultra-soft glossy hair, this spray is the answer to your prayers. Acting as a shield against heat-related styling damage, apply just before you step out of the shower. Thanks to its unique formula, hair is much more manageable and easier to style whilst providing unparalleled levels of shine and keeping your hair lightweight. Apply to damp hair that has been towel-dried for best results. No need to rinse this spray out of your locks…leave in all day for a beautiful shine. Shine Spray.
Its aim: to leave a luscious shine on hair. Used as a finishing spray, this handy product will soon become a must-have in your handbag. If your hair needs a boost of shine from time to time, Shine Spray was made for you! Spray generously on any areas that appear dull to add some targeted shine. The multi-purpose misting spray by Jean Louis David features a delicate scent that leaves hair smelling heavenly; perfect for your New Year’s Eve celebrations. Get hair looking fabulous and beautifully fragranced thanks to Shine Spray. © Pixelformula / Victoria Beckham prêt-à-porter runway, Spring Summer 2013 © Jean Louis David