Styling produt on wet hair; dry; curling iron; dew -rag to cover.

by Susan
(Windsor, Ontario, Canada)

-After washing your hair make sure you use a styling product (gel, mousse). Dry your hair as usual. A few curls with the curling iron and DO NOT comb out curls. Leave them in 'sausages' on your head. Gently pull on a dew-rag and adjust your sausages so they aren't all skewed underneath it. When you take off your helmet for the final time, remove dew-rag and brush, comb or pick it out. It should be nice and full. It worked great for me!

-I also carry a small, travel-size spray bottle of water to lightly dampen my flattened hair to coax it up a little. That works too.

-Or you can get a sticker on your helmet that says "Hairdo by Helmet".

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Jun 28, 2008
Great Idea for fine hair
by: Anonymous

This was a great idea. Can't wait to try today. Thanks. I have fine, short hair and I hate the flat look when I get to work.

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