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Texturizing

January 20, 2018

We hear the term often at FRESH. “Now I’m going to add texture.”  So, what does it mean and why is texturizing so important?  Stylist Nikki Prendergast says texturizing is great because it can add body to your style and cut.

“Texturizing can take an OK shape and make it amazing simply by removing weight and creating movement,” she says.  Is your hair shorter?   Texturizing is still very important.   Shorter pieces support the longer pieces and add lift and volume. 

The key to a great look for fine hair lies in spacing out the areas appropriately.  “Thicker hair can withhold a little more texturizing than fine hair.”  Have curly hair?   If so, texture will create a three-dimensional shape that looks awesome, says Nikki.

Once you have the cut and texture you love, try ARROJO’s great texture supporting products. Start with a shampoo/conditioner combination  like  Daily shampoo and Daily conditioner which keep your hair “balanced and refreshed.”  Then add ARROJO’S Texture Paste to define short, loose or messy styles. 

That’s Texturizing! 

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