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HAIR TRENDS WITH DOVE

October 27, 2014

By October 27, 2014beauty


Dove Dry Oil
Since I’ve started using the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil collection, my hair has never been softer or silkier. I’m telling you guys, all it took was one wash and I was hooked. My hair instantly felt silky but not weighed down or greasy at all. I only wash my hair once a week so finding a product that won’t weigh my hair down with grease is a must for me. Soft, silky, and grease-free…is that too much to ask for? Thanks to Dove, it is not.

With my new found silky hair, it has been so much easier to recreate some of the latest Fall hair trends, like braids (I am beyond excited that I can finally french braid), buns, and waves. Check out the pictures below to see some hair trends and read tips on how the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil collection helped me to achieve these looks.

Braids
Dove Dry Oil
Necklace: NadiaRima c/o 
Braids have been one of the biggest hair trends for the past couple years but until recently, I was horrible at them. I’d get the sections all tangled up and after several tries, I’d eventually give up on the braid altogether. Since I started using the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil collection, I can easily pick up each section as I braid. I can now create a french/dutch braid in one try. You have no clue how excited I am about this.

Tip: When you’ve finished your braid, pull apart the braid to make it look more full.

Ballerina Bun
Dove Dry Oil
Earrings: NadiaRima c/o

Whether completely slicked back or with a few messy strands left out, you want your bun to be frizz free which usually requires the use of hairspray. But guess what?! I didn’t even have to use hair spray on this bun! That’s a first. Ok, it’s actually a third because this is the third time I’ve done my hair like this since using the Dove Pure Care Oil collection.

Tip: I added a little bit of the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment to the finished bun to give it a more sleek look.

Loose Waves
Dove Dry Oil
Necklace: Primadonna c/o
There is no denying that loose, messy waves is the biggest hair trend right now. It works on any hair length and style and can be seen on practically every celebrity. The Dove Pure Care Dry Oil collection helps to give your waves the soft, touchable look that everyone wants.
Tip: After you’ve curled your hair, rub the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Nourishing Treatment on the ends of your hair to combat any frizz/dryness caused by hot tools.
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Dove Pure Care Dry Oil collection is suitable for all hair types. Dove Hair is daring women everywhere to try Dove Pure Care Dry Oil, risk free now through December 31, 2014*.  Now I’m going to talk to you on behalf of your hair…Take the “Dove Silky Hair Dare” and get this collection! Your hair will thank you and you will thank me and we will all thank Dove.
*If you are not completely satisfied with the Dove Advanced Hair Series Pure Care Dry Oil system, Dove will refund your purchase (from 9/21 – 12/31). Visit hairmoneyback.com for details

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