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Deer Audrey,

My biggest hair challenge has always been frizz! I struggle to leave the house looking polished. I wish I could find a product that would fight my frizz and make styling my hair easy. HELP ME!

Signed,

Rushing in the morning!

 

Deer Rushing in the morning,

Fighting frizz can be a challenge in its self, but then adding styling to the mix is like doing the chief without stretching. You'll be able to high tail it in the morning by using Pureologys Hydrate Air Dry Cream. It's a no blow dry styler that will tame that mane, bring out those natural waves or curl and have you looking like a wreck beach maven.

 

Yours truly,

-A

 

Deer Audrey,

My current biggest hair challenge is having my hair done in a polished and stylish manner. I struggle with waking up early enough to style it. It lacks volume in the root but I also have dry ends. I wish I could just style my hair in less than 10 minutes. What can I do Audrey?

Signed, 

Too Lazy To Clean My Act Up

 

Deer Too Lazy,

As a young fawn back in the day, I also struggled with being an early riser. My momma would say "Audrey, how are you going to find yourself a young buck with that hair?"  Well Too Lazy, I showed Mama with the perfect combo of : R+Co's Cactus texturizing shampoo. It will grant you that extra root lift without having to blow dry your mane but give it the grit it needs followed by R+Co's Tinsel Smoothing Oil. This product will turn those dry as sticks ends to lushful locks.With these two in your hands not only will you be the most polished Doe in your herd, you can also guarantee a few more minutes of sleep!

Signed

-A

Deer Audrey,

My biggest hair challenge lately has been having nice controlled waves after I take my hair down from a braid. I struggle to find the right product to use when I first put my hair into braids that will make my hair look done after I've taken them out.

I wish to not look like I've been lost in the rain forest for days.

Signed:

No Waves On This Beach.                    

                                                              

Deer No Waves, 

The tide is high, but you're holding on, let Ms.Audrey be your number one (see what I did there?) Braids are always a fun, cute and quick style to throw in your hair No Waves. It's the aftermath we must deal with when taking out those braids. The constant wondering of "what is my hair going to look like?" Well as I told all the young fawns in my herd: L'Oréal's Waves Fatales stops that worry and guarantees some serious motion in the ocean BUT with control. Using a little of this gel cream on damp hair before you braid your mane will set the hair nicely and once you are ready to let your hair down, no longer will your waves make you look like Typhoon Tina.

Love,

-A

Deer Audrey,

My biggest hair challenge has been fighting frizz and protecting my hair when I use my flat iron.

I struggle with having frizzy big hair

I wish I could just finally have the silky smooth hair I dream of..

Signed 

Feeling Like a Chia Pet.  

 

Deer Feeling Like,

It seems to me that frizz is the number one repeat offender in most hair types.  But what can we do to battle your frizz like a herd of deers battle hunters? Miss Audrey recommends L'Oréal's Techni Art Constructor. This little buddy is a thermo active spray that will provide texture and volume but it's level 3 hold will control all those pesky fly looking frizzy hairs. Deers will no longer confuse you for a Chia Pet but a bountiful blue berry bush!

With love,

-A

Deer Audrey,

 

My biggest hair challenge is my forever fading bright hair. I struggle to maintain the vividness of my purple highlights while still loving the feeling of freshly washed hair. I wish I could have my colour last longer while being able to wash every third day and frequently heat style. 

Signed,

Passionate About Purple 

 

Deer Passionate,

As you can tell I myself am FAWNed of vivid colours. I also am a doe that can't get enough of the hot tools but heat does tend to take colour out quickly. One of the best tricks I have for maintaining my colour as fresh as a blue berry bush in spring, is asking my stylist at Craft to mix some of the Sparks colour they used in a little take home container that I then can mix with my conditioner at home. That way I can refresh the colour myself when it starts to fade but get the same results as I did at the salon. Do this and you'll be singing "Purple rain purple rain" in the shower.

With love 

-A