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How To: 3 Spring Celebrity Hair Looks

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By May 5, 2009 6 Comments

How To: 3 Spring Celebrity Hair Looks

I remember being rather young and looking forward to my morning showers – pre-school because I got to use Paul Mitchell’s Awapuhi Shampoo. I was so obsessed with the tropical scent and the way it left my hair incredibly manageable (long before I began getting highlights, obvs), I’d save up my allowance just to buy Awapuhi from the beauty supply store.

Years later my godmother became engaged to the Paul Mitchell — true story. Unfortunately, both passed away. But I am left with the memories of early mornings, hot showers and Hawaiian Island hair.

Paul Mitchell
Artistic Director Stephanie Kocieiski dishes on 3 fast and simple hair looks for Spring.

Short & Sweet like Katie Holmes
“For a polished, sleek look apply a straightening serum to damp hair. Lift hair at the root and blast with heat from Paul Mitchell Express Ion Dry v2. Use a large, round brush to blow dry hair under and eliminate waves.”
Product to Try: Super Skinny Serum

Curly Cues like Beyonce
“Apply a quick-drying styling cream to wet hair and comb through. Attach a diffuser onto Paul Mitchell Express Ion Dry v2 and blow dry hair to enhance your natural texture and volume.”
Product to Try: Quick Slip Styling Cream

Beachy Waves like Kate Hudson
“Spray a firm hold hairspray all over dry hair. Twist small sections of hair around Paul Mitchell Express Curl 1.0. After each section is curled, loop and twist hair around fingers for a tousled look.”
Product to Try: Hold Me Tight Finishing Spray


I’m a beach-chic, tousled hair kind of gal so I’m loving the whole finger curls look.

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