|Hair Product: Hair Lotion|
Hair lotion, which is also called styling lotion, offers more hold than a mousse, but isn't as stiff as gel can be.
Who should use hair lotion: Thick, straight or coarse, curly hair. How much styling lotion should you use: A golf ball– to softball-size blob, depending on hair length.
How to use hair lotion: Warm it in your palms, then work it into wet hair from roots to ends.
Best hair product: John Frieda Root Awakening Strength Restoring Smoothing Lotion ($7; at drugstores)
AWARD WINNING LOTIONS: 2010 SHAPE of Beauty Awards
|Hair Product: Hairspray|
Hairspray is the best hair product to freeze your style in place.
Who should use hairspray: All hair types.
How much hairspray should you use: Spritz liberally. Hairspray contains alcohol, so it evaporates quickly.
How to use hair spray: Spray onto your hair, holding the container 10 inches from your scalp.
Best hair product: Aveda Control Force Firm Hold Hair Spray ($26; aveda.com)
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