Instyle Steal the Look: Jennifer Garner’s Ultra Glossy Hair

Instyle Magazine gives a great tip on getting that Jennifer Garners amazing glossy hair

Ultra Glossy Hair
At the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards Gala in New York City, Jennifer Garner’s super shiny hair stole the show. If you’re wanting to have your hair take center stage, turn to silicone before you style. A mist of a lightweight formula on damp strands will infuse any look with extra luminosity.

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To get this look try:

Garnier Fructis Style Wonder Waves Wave-Enhancing Hair
Your perfect wave has never been this easy! This new generation wave spray gives you the power to shape your ideal wave. It has a powerful wave defining technology with fruit micro-waxes. Texturizing polymers help shape the wave and provide hold. Lightweight moisturizing humectants and silicone provide soft conditioning without weighing hair down.

Controls, enhances and shapes your natural waves, creating a soft, tousled look
Lightweight formula provides smooth definition, shine and frizz control
Can be used anytime, anywhere to revive the shape of your waves
Made in USA

Spray on hair that’s damp. Use fingers to scrunch and shape loose, tousled waves. Blow-dry or air dry. Can be used throughout the day to revive and rejuvenate waves – just spray and scrunch as needed. For “sultry waves”: Spray on hair that’s damp. Grab a small section at the bottom of the hair and begin to twist until it’s twisted all the way to the roots. Coil the section into a pin curl, and secure the coil to the head. Repeat until rest of hair is done. Let the hair air dry completely, and gently undo the coils. Use fingers to lightly separate for soft, sultry waves.

$3.99


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