Inspired by this Beautygeeks post and the gorgeous Janine, I decided to do my version of the beachy blow dry. I love that loose casual beach hair look it’s one I sport all summer, but after summer we perhaps want a slightly more polished look without being to “done”. As much as I love silky smooth hair, sometimes a full all over blow dry is a bit much and frankly who has the time to do this all the time?
After combing out wet hair, I apply Tigi Foxy Curls Contour Cream from halfway point and down on my hair, then comb it through. I twist it into spirals and diffuse until it’s almost dry. I do cheat a bit and use a round brush on my crown. My hair tends to frizz out and to calm that just a few blow dried sections makes a difference. I separate it into several small sections and just wrap it around a medium sized round metal brush and dry it. After it cools, I finger comb the sections to “meld” the twisted bits with the blow dried bits on top and ta-da, I’m on my merry way. 
Foxy Curls has a bit of silicone in it, but it washes out and for whatever reason does not weigh my hair down. I am still on the search for the perfect curl cream that is not loaded with silicones or petroleum. At any rate the Foxy Curls are working fine. I also love Moroccan Oil Curl Cream but that one just built up on my hair. I could go a week or more without using, then at the salon my stylist would blow dry my hair and tell me she could smell the Moroccan Oil. While it does smell amazing, I don’t want layers of it building up on my hair. So I will wait until next month when the Redken Nature’s Rescue collection hits salons. It’s product Janine used, that beach spray sounds amazing! Stay tuned….

Redken Nature's Rescue, Tigi Bedhead Foxy Curls