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Big Hair

Hair stylist Trey Gillen can tackle any height of hair. It just depends what you like.

"When you do big hair, it's about your personal taste level," he says. But no matter what height you have in sight, there are a few key tips to building big hair:
  • Dry your hair upside down until it's 100% dry to help build volume first.
  • Prep your hair. Mousse is a must. Follow with root lift and hairspray.
  • Hot rollers are your friend. Use them to lift the root of your hair off of your head with gentle heat.
  • Change your part to create extra lift.
  • Don't be afraid to add more hairspray!
  • Tease, tease, tease for height! Just remember to smooth out the top layer afterward.
For more information, contact:
Trey Gillen
Hair Stylist
tg3idc@hotmail.com

Special thanks to Urban Retreat Salon: www.urbanretreat.com

Animal Print, Big Hair, Turtlenecks, Jeggings, Bench Workout

Other segments featured on this episode of Mirror/Mirror:

Animal Print
Animal Print
Stylist Alison M. Kahn says animal prints are everywhere, but that doesn't mean you should wear them all, and definitely NOT all at one time.
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Turtlenecks
Turtlenecks
Turtlenecks are timeless. You've probably had one in your closet since kindergarten. But they're not regarded as fashion-forward wardrobe piece. Until now!
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Jeggings
Jeggings
They're super stretchy, super comfy and really forgiving. They're "jeggings" -- a hybrid between jeans and leggings. Here's some advice for slipping them seamlessly into your style routine.
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Bench Workout
Bench Workout
If you're short on equipment or just don't want to navigate through a gym full of machines, try a total body workout on a bench!
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The Chew
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The Balancing Act