7 Ways To Copy Uncontrollably Fond’s Suzy’s Hairstyle
If there’s one thing Suzy is known for besides her pretty mug and acting chops, it’s got to be her hair. While she hasn’t been overly adventurous when it comes to her locks (the shortest she’s gone for is a lob), we must admit her tresses give us some serious hair envy.
Unlike other K-pop stars, she’s not one who dyes her hair every other week, but the singer-actress has been seen with different shades of brown hair and various hairstyles. And each looks so good that we couldn’t resist copying them! Here’s how to emulate each look.
The Elegant Half-ponytail
Philips Easy Natural Curler BHH777/03, $69
Divide your hair into sections, and then curl the bottom half of your hair. Take a section of hair from each side and pin it to the back of your head to create a half-ponytail. Then, run your fingers through the curls to loosen them.
LUCIDO-L Non-Sticky Arrange Up Wax, $4.80, Watsons
Pick up a small amount of hair wax, spread it on your palms, and then apply it on the curls. You can also apply on your fringe or use the remaining product on your palm to tame flyaways.
HASK Flexible Finish Light Hold Hairspray, $16.90, Guardian
Finish off with a light hold spray to keep your curls in place yet retain the bounce.
The Slick Dinner ‘Do
Tsubaki Shining Hair Water, $16.90, Watsons
Spray your hair with a treatment or heat protectant before styling.
ghd Platinum, $395, Sephora
Straighten it using a flat iron to get the super-sleek look.
SACHAJUAN Shine Serum, $38, Sephora
Apply a serum for an added shine.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer, $599, TANGS
Use a round brush to blow-dry your hair, while adding volume to the roots.
Panasonic Ionity Hair Curling Iron
Curl your hair using a hair curler with a large rod. For looser waves, simply wrap a section of hair around the rod without clipping it.
PERCY & REED Big Bold & Beautiful Dry Instant Volumising Spray, $30, Sephora
Finish off with a volumising spray.
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Kerasilk Reconstruct Regenerating Blow-dry Spray
Spray a heat protectant before styling.
Babyliss BAB-2665H Pro Hair Styler, $259, Harvey Norman
Curl your hair using a curling tong. Make sure that your curls are pretty tight.
L'Oreal Elnett Satin Normal Strength Hairspray, $11.90, Guardian
Set with a medium- or strong-hold spray to ensure your curls last through the day.
Natural-looking Straight Hair
L'Oreal Smooth-Intense Anti-Frizz Leave In Serum, $16.90, Guardian
Apply an anti-frizz serum liberally on your hair.
Tangle Teezer Original Pink Fizz, $30, Sephora
Comb through your hair thoroughly to get rid of knots and tangles.
Philips Moisture Protect Dryer, $125
Blow-dry your hair using a round brush. Take a small section of hair at a time to ensure a smooth and sleek finish.
The No-Heat C-Curl
Panasonic Nanocare Ionic Hair Dryer EH-NA65
Use a large round brush to blow-dry your hair. Wrap each section around the brush at a time and blow-dry as you would usually, but instead of blowing the ends straight, leave about a few centimetres around the brush and allow the heat from the hairdryer to create the C-curl.
Kevin Murphy Shimmer Shine
Spritz on a spray with a shiny or shimmery finish to glossy tresses.
Curl the ends of your hair, and then run your fingers through to loosen the curls into waves.
VS Sassoon VSCD-119PIH Hair Curler – iPink, $89.90, Harvey Norman
Finish with a sea salt spray for tousled beach waves.
Toni & Guy Casual Sea Salt Texturising Spray, $19.90, Watsons
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