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Getting That Messy Look!

We love talking with hair experts, so we asked hairstylist Alana Bevell what her favorite product was and why. For those looking to have fabulous hair without hours of maintenance, you may want to take Alana’s advice!

Getting That Messy Look!

By: Alana Bevell, Hair Stylist



Clean looking hair is so last year, ladies and gents! No offense to the people out there who love a silky, spotless look, but it’s time to live a little!

A voluminous, roughed-up, lived-in look is where it’s at right now! Bumble and Bumble Pret-a-powder is seriously amazing day to day. The first day, right after a fresh blow-dry, it adds that little extra ‘umph’ you typically try to get out of every other product. With Bumble, your hair comes out perfectly.

Its lightweight texture and soft, fresh smell make it very easy for you to use as much as you please.

The second day of using this product is my absolute favorite. Leaning towards a tousled loose look is very easy to accomplish with adding even more Pret-a-powder and a little bit of ironwork… voila!!!!!

WARNING: the third day is for the ladies that like to get a tad dirty! You know, by the third day, your hair lays really limp and wet looking. Kind of like a leaf after a big Florida rainstorm. Sprinkle that magical dust all over and twist your hair up into a pretty style, and no one will know your dirty little secret.

The Bumble and Bumble Pret-a-powder is equal parts dry shampoo, style extender, and volumizer in a pinch. It is suitable for all hair textures and lifestyles. Pret-a-powder can be used on day 1, day 2, and even day 3 to continue to push your style in a different direction or to amp your look after a long day of work!

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Alana Bevell has spent her entire adult life styling hair. She works at Lambs Eat Ivy Salon in Downtown Orlando, Florida.

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