Emma Hoareau

Emma Hoareau
January 5, 2017



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There’s nothing quite like the feeling of good hair, whether you’ve just had a haircut, blow dry or
it’s just one of the random days that your pillow decided you could wake up with incredible hair.My hair is naturally beachy (much like my mind) and the waves help give me some volume, but I
do also give it a helping hand with an array of products I swear by.

The bumble and bumble Thickening Shampoo comes with me wherever I go. It gives my thin
hair texture and volume without weighing it down.

Yep, you can scrub your hair too! When I first started working as a beauty editor I was told that
to have healthy hair you need to start with a healthy scalp. I discovered the Christophe Robin 
Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt recently and now use it every 2/3 weeks for that
super fresh feeling, and it’s great at getting rid of product build up too.

I usually don’t use much conditioner as it weighs my waves down, and I actually quite like the look
a little damaged hair gives – more volume and texture. However, once in a while I need to give
those ends some loving and when I do I reach for the Sachajuan Hair Repair which heals split
ends and restores shine.

I like all the volume I can get! My hair is deceptively thin and I like to fake it till I make it. I spray
the Show Beauty Lux Volume Mist on when my hair is damp to lift the hair from the root and
gives you all day extra oomph.

I’m definitely not the huge-can-of-hairspray type of girl, and I don’t like using aerosols. So, the
way I keep my hair in place is by using the Rahua Defining Hair Spray which you can spray on to
dry hair before you style or – as I do – spray it in your hands and use them to tame any flyaways.


wearing: Mango jacket, Double Trouble Gang sweater and Oliver Peoples sunglasses

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