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Glass Hair model at Scottfree Salon Milwaukee

How to achieve that glass hair trend

Don?t worry, this isn?t some wild hair trend that actually incorporates glass into your style. The term ?glass hair? simply describes a glass-like, shiny style.?Due to the megawatt shine, this hairstyle nearly resembles a mirror.

So you want to try the trend? A new haircut is the first step. More geometric hair cuts, like the bob, will show off this style better. Also, let your Scottfree stylist know this is the effect you want so he or she can choose the appropriate hair tones and glosses. A clear gloss coat at the salon can help seal the cuticle and create shine.

Glass hair example on brunette modelWhen styling your hair, before drying prep your hair with a heat protectant (we recommend Kersastase Nectar Thermique) and a shine product (try Sachajuan Styling Cream).?If your hair is straight naturally with minimum frizz, rough dry it until it?s all the way dry. But if your hair is curly or prone to frizz, do a complete blow dry first to help smooth out hair.

After drying, smooth out locks with your flat iron and coat with a shine serum (try Sachajuan Shine Serum) to give a silky finish.

The DNA Braid - Scottfree Salon

The DNA Braid: It’s The Prettiest, Most Scientific Way To Do Your Hair

Scott Yance with Scottfree Salon?joins Real Milwaukee with the science project of your dreams ? the DNA braid.

The DNA braid was designed by Alexandra Wilson of Warwick, Rhode Island.? It resembles a twisting DNA molecule. The process of braiding it is similar to a fishtail braid, but it has three sections instead of two.? Pack your patience when you’re ready to try it though! It will take you a little bit to get into a rhythm. To help give the braid some grip, use texture spray, dry shampoo or sea salt spray.

Watch the video on Fox6Now.com