Hair Day at Adam & Eve

Saturday, April 06, 2013

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This week our Under the Dryer team affords readers an exclusive first peek inside the new Adam and Eve Day Spa. The cosy, peppermint-scented escape endroit complete with an impressive spa menu and hair salon has been garnering nothing but rave reviews.


SIMONE RILEY


Brand Manager, Wealth Magazine


Step 1:


Wash hair with KeraCare Hydrating Detangling Shampoo and Conditioner.


Step 2:


Part hair to the sides and place a wrap around head to prepare for dryer.


Step 3:


Sit under the dryer for 20 minutes.


Step 4:


To protect the hair from the heat of the curling iron, SoftSheen Carson Optimun Optishape Thermal Styling Spray is applied.


Step 5:


Small curls are created with curling iron.


Step 6:


Apply Aphogee Gloss Therapy Polisher and tussle curls for the finished look.


ADONIA CHIN


Incentive Officer, Ministry of Industry and Commerce


Step 1:


KeraCare Shampoo is used to wash hair.


Step 2:


KeraCare Deep Conditioner is applied to hair and then rinsed out.


Step 3:


Redken Clear Moisture Conditioner is applied to wet hair.


Step 4:


Wet-set hair.


Step 5:


Place under the dryer for 30 minutes.


Step 6:


Chi Pliable Polish and Chi Protecting Spray are added to dry hair.


Step 7:


Hair is blow-dried to loosen tight curls created by rollers.


Step 8:


Blown out hair is then manipulated into a pin-up for final fab look.


DANIEL ROSE


Account Executive, Creative Media & Events


Step 1:


Trim hair to required level.


Step 2:


Use clipper to shave hairline.


Step 3:


Apply Olive Oil Nourishing Sheen Spray to finished look.


 

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