Monday, October 15, 2007

Pom Pom Post of the Day

To many of my friends, the cheerleading flick Bring It On is a constant muse.

So in honor of all those blondes with pom poms and perfect hair, here it goes....

In this month's issue of Elle, Nicole Kidman's stylist apparently keeps flyaways put by spraying a toothbrush with hairspray, and combing them into place just so. This sounds like a good idea for prom, or people who are really ob-sess-ive. Try Oral-B Indicator toothbrush with Sebastian Shaper Hairspray.

This toothbrush looks kind of like a seahorse.

If you want bigger hair, get a round brush under the roots of your hair, and lift up two inches. Still gripping the roots with the brush, bust out hairspray on this area and blowdry accordingly. Continue technique on other areas.

After all that cheering, it's luxurious to clean up with Acqua di Parma's Capri Orange Shower Gel. And protect that hair with Phytodefrisant Balm (e.g., de-frizzying) Relaxing Cream like it's made of gold.

Did any of you have trouble coming to terms with Kirsten Dunst because of her insipid performance in the film version of Little Women (Louisa May Alcott represent, yo)? Me too!
It's got to be less dreary in person. This is a photo of Alcott's (less perky) home. No cheerleaders here...

Buy it: Sebastian Shaper Hairspray ($5.99, 1.5 oz) and Oral-B toothbrush ($4), Walgreens; Frederic Fekkai Round Brush ($65), Sephora; Acqua di Parma Orange Shower Gel ($36), C.O. Bigelow Apothecary; Phytodefrisant Balm ($26),

1 comment:

Tootsie Farklepants said...

I have issues with Sebastian Shaper Hairspray. I love it so I continue to buy it on occasion but the nozzle tends to get glued shut when the bottle is half full. I know there are techniques to keeping your hairspray nozzle clean of product buildup...but I tend to only have this problem with Sebastian and not any of the other sprays of similar cost and container.

It is a great product though.