ApHogee hair care has been a go-to for renowned celebrity stylist Suzette Boozer for a very long time. Recently Boozer worked with Natasha Ward, a noted actress, vocalist and one of the most noted fitness model. Boozer shared, “Natasha’s hair journey has been incredible. In her profession, healthy and beautiful hair is key. So, for the summer, I did “little dusting” on her hair then created “wash-n-go” look that keeps her looking on-trend and fresh throughout the season. It’s perfect for very textured hair, which I adore.”
Suzette Boozer’s Wash-n-Go Step-by-Step:
- Natasha hair was previously straightened, so before I shampooed her hair, I will give “less than a trim.” It’s called “dusting” – just enough to maintain healthy hair and ends.
- Next, we cleansed the hair with Deep Moisture Shampoo. I recommend 2 complete rounds of massaging and lather hair and scalp.
- Completely rinse out shampoo and apply the Keratin 2 Minute Reconstructor . As the name implies, leave on hair for 2 minutes or more. It helps detangle and de-frizz hair strands for smooth finish.
- Rinse out the Reconstructor completely but leave hair still wet/drenched. Then apply and “scrunch” in Curlific! Hydrating Curl Serum throughout the hair.
- Next, add a generous amount of Curlific! Curl Definer to hair. I love to cocktail the serum and defining cream! Results are amazing.
- SQUEEZE and SCRUNCH hair with this product combination, making sure hair evenly saturated. Shake curls side to side, up and down and watch curls coil!
- MANE RULE FOR CURL DEFINITION- DO NOT TOUCH CURLS UNTIL COMPLETELY DRY
Here are a few drying techniques:
- natural air dry (on the go)
- hooded dryers (any temperature)
- diffuser attachment for blow dryers (speed up the process)
“You will notice curls are shiny, healthy and extremely defined if untouched and completely dry. It’s simple and gorgeous.”
TIP: Before or after styling, just add a little Gloss Therapy Polish Spray for extra shine and definition.
“ENJOY…..soft, shiny, bouncy curls! TELL EM’ I TOLD YA!” added Suzette.