Information & Advice
Charles Worthington hairstylist Chloe Ascot gives a Boots Health & Beauty reader some expert tips and styling advice on getting great-looking hair.
Health & Beauty Magazine Online Editor
Published March 2009
Janis Boyce, 55, is divorced with two sons. She lives in West Ham, East London and works in computer training for a local government office.
‘I spent nine years looking after my mother, who had Alzheimer’s until, sadly, she passed away. I haven’t had any time for myself for a long time, and I’d love to do something with my hair. I can never get it to look as good as when I’ve had it styled professionally. I’d love to be able to blow-dry my hair properly.’
How Chloe got the look
Shiny luscious locks are only a squirt away with Mop Glisten Shine Drops.
Boots Essentials Large Sectioning Clips (available instore) will make blow-drying a doddle.
Vidal Sassoon’s Hair Hydration 60mm Radial Brush offers fast and effective drying and styling. The ceramic coated barrel means the heat is absorbed and distributed evenly.
Nutriheat Hair Nutrition Dryer has three heat and two speed settings as well as silk proteins to nourish hair as it's dried.
‘I’ve made a real effort to find the time to put Chloe’s tips into action,’ enthuses Janis. ‘The more I practise, the easier it gets, and I’m thrilled with the results. I’ve had lots of compliments about my hair, it’s been such boost.’
Chloe’s haircare tips
· Buy a professional quality hairdryer with variable settings so you can have more styling options.
· Section hair into a fringe and side sections to make blow-drying easier.
· For extra volume, dry with a barrel brush.
Writer: Caroline Brien
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