Maclay says to start out by applying this product from the roots to the ends. It’s a volumizing mousse that will give the hair some lift and body without any stiffness or stickiness.
Next, apply a heat protectant. He recommends the René Furterer Style Thermal Protecting Spray ($36). It will protect your hair and prevent the damage that comes with heat styling.
Next, blow-dry the hair with the round brush. We like this hair dryer from T3, which is lightweight and easy to use (and designed for use on all hair types).
We like this flat iron for polishing up the shape of the flipped ends.
Use small rollers, like these, if you want to set your style to last longer.
Once you’re done with the heat tools, Maclay recommends reaching for this finishing spray to help set the look. “If it’s feeling a bit flat for your preference add in the René Furterer STYLE Texture Spray ($34) to add more grit to the hair,” he says. “Lately, I’ve been making my flipped styles a little glossy on the ends so I’ve been finishing with the René Furterer Style Shine Mist ($33). This lightweight oil spray adds shine without weighing the hair down.”
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