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It’s no longer a mystery what styling products top hair stylists are using for professional hair and beauty—here’s an exclusive interview with one of the best in the business! Delphine Courteille is a Paris-based L'Oréal Professionnel’s brand ambassador and stylist. She shared her personal favorite hair products from L'Oréal Professionnel’s so you can add them to your own collection.
Delphine relies on L'Oréal Professionnel’s Tecni.Art range when showcasing hair on the runway. These hair styling products have made it onto countless catwalks, so you can be sure that they will deliver quality results!
Extreme Laquer has a reputation for reliability. It never fails to provide that extreme hold when you need it, whether it’s for a down look, a short and textured cut, or a challenging updo. Use this anti-frizz fixing spray for a long-lasting grip that coats your hair.
“Apply it on a 70’s side sweep or bangs,” Courteille says. “Spray a bit under the side sweep and air with a dryer. Also, if you add heat right at the roots then apply it to dry hair, your hair will have movement all night long.”
A known backstage favorite, Fresh Dust is a dry shampoo that refreshes all hair types. This style reviver is an excellent choice for women who’d like to give their ‘do a little extra life.
The Achitexture matte defining paste is ideal for sculpting the right textures for a more grungy and disheveled hair shape. A small amount goes a long way when tousling your hair to your liking.
“For pixie cuts, dab a small amount onto the fingertips, then pinch onto your hair ends and sweep through the fringe for movement,” Courteille advises.
The Wild Stylers collection by L'Oréal Professionnel will help you to channel your inner wild child through your hair. Courteille has used the Wild Stylers collection for many of her runway shows.
Inspired by the rock and roll, this micro-propelled texturizing powder spray creates a tousled-dishevelled effect to amplify the textures in your wild and messy styled look. Next Day Hair is not just used for undisciplined waves, either. Courteille also likes to use it for smoothing over waves in a straight down look that has natural movement.
“Flip your head upside down then spritz the spray all over the lengths and ends,” she explains. “Use a bristle brush to get a smoother look without making the lengths frizzy.”
Don’t miss out on any of these expert styling products recommended by Delphine Courteille - you deserve to have professional hair results within your reach!
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