Here, Scarlett, who also administers to stars including Gigi Hadid, Lily Aldridge, and Kristine Froseth, and is Moroccanoil's celebrity stylist, breaks down how to nail the style of the season, no matter what hair type you have.
It depends on the style you’re going for, but for a classic and effortless lob look I like to blow-dry hair from soaking wet, focusing on a very sleek finish.
For example, Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask is a five-to-seven-minute treatment that will revitalize your hair and give you that boost of protein your hair needs.
The mask is rich in argan oil, shea butter, and reparative proteins that helps restore elasticity in your hair and rebuild strength to keep it from breakage.
It’s so important to make sure you are using a mask high in protein, which helps to strengthen your hair and reduce breakage.
To style this I would blow dry with Moroccanoil Root Boost on wet hair to lift the roots of the hair.
Whereas if you have naturally curly textured hair, you’ll want some layers so that it has a little bit more movement and doesn’t feel super triangular.
I always tell my clients to protect and care for their hair as they do their skin, so using a hair mask every once in a while is a prime example of that!
What should women know before cutting their hair into this style?
Margot Robbie's hairstylist breaks down how to nail the style of the season, no matter what hair type you have. https://t.co/ZV2tDhvbv5— W magazine (@wmag) June 8, 2019