No doubt, the first Lady’s hair and style has made waves through the media, and today on #joannhaircrushday we are celebrating #Michelleobama’s hair
There is nothing as beautiful as having a stylist that understands your hair and brings the best out of it. Michelle Obama’s hairstylist, Johnny Wright creates these gorgeous styles you see on Michelle every time.
According to an exclusive interview with Johnny Wright on The Lady Loves Couture
Johnny Wright says
“Hair is a language. If it’s not moving and telling a story then it has no voice. Moving is not just about body and bounce. Hairstylists are storytellers. We help to tell people’s stories. A woman’s hair is the first thing you hear before she ever opens her mouth to speak! You can tell a lot about her personality from her hair. If she wants to be conservative, sexy, confident, flirty, fun girly, all those things can be portrayed by a great stylist.”
More tips from Hair specialists
According to Michelle O’Connor, an ethnic-hair specialist from Hollywood, Fla; there are few tips ladies with Afro textured hair should follow:
- Quench your hair with moisturizing shampoos and conditioners during weekly washings. Use hairstyling products on a daily basis to keep hair hydrated.
- Wrap hair nightly with a satin scarf to prevent breakage. The friction created when your hair rubs up against your pillowcase is damaging to your locks.
- Refrain from using hot styling tools on a daily basis and apply a heat-protectant product to tresses when you do use a flat iron or curling iron. To maintain waves between sessions with irons, loosely pin curls at night instead.
- Trim hair every six weeks to avoid split ends.
How to get the Michelle Obama’s Bob hairstyle.
- Start with an even or a blunt haircut that is chin-length or slightly longer.
- Wash hair and towel-dry.
- Apply setting lotion to small sections of hair and set in large plastic rollers.
- Sit under bonnet hair-dryer or allow to air-dry.
- Remove rollers and apply a dab of hair oil.
- Gently hold hair dryer over locks with one hand while moving a large round brush underneath curls until only large, uniform waves remain.
Los Angeles hairstylist Rosalind Williams likes to finish with a light mist of a high-shine flexible-hold hairspray, like Sebastian Laminates.
More pictures of Michelle Obama
Joann hair tip for the week
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