KIM Kardashian's hairdresser has opened up about the $28 spray he uses to make her hair waterproof – and you can too with these simple tips.
During Chris Appleton's March 29 appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, the renowned British hairdresser explained how one product helps keep away freeze, creating a "glass-hair" or "liquid hair" look.
Speaking to actress turned talk show host Drew Barrymore, Appleton described the spray as "a transformative prep to the hair."
He explained: "You put it on wet hair, and it basically changes the whole texture of hair once it's dried.
"It also has a waterproof technology, so it has a sealant against any water or humidity.
"Everyone knows that's the worst thing … you do your hair, you go outside, and the weather changes it."
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The product he's talking about – which he calls his "go-to" for the "glass hair" look is Color Wow Hair's Dream Coat Anti-Frizz treatment.
Before Appleton spoke about the product, Barrymore said the "glass look" is "something everybody is obsessed with – and you really started that with Kim K."
He also advises people getting their hair done to have photos of what they want to be done.
Appleton told Barrymore he always asks his clients "who do you want to be? … because everything tells a story."
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Color Wow Hair
Color Wow calls the product the "#1 Anti-frizz, humidity-proofing sealant that lasts for days."
The $28 spray uses "groundbreaking humidity-blocking technology stops moisture from wrecking your style" and "leaves hair super glossy, glassy, ultra smooth," according to Color Wow.
If you've purchased this product, the spray should be used after shampooing, conditioning, and towel drying your hair.
After towel drying, divide the hair into sections and "spray liberally and evenly on damp (not wet) hair," the company explains on its website.
It adds: "Do not apply other styling products while the hair is wet.
"You can apply styling products after completing the Dream Coat blow-dry."
Lastly, "blow-drying with tension" is needed to activate the product.
In a video tutorial about the spray, Appleton advises anyone using the product to saturate the hair.
Appleton explains: "You really can't use too much. It's not at all heavy or greasy.
"It's pretty much as light as water so you won't weigh the hair down.
"And I tend to find the more you put on the better."
In Color Wow's website Q&A section, the company suggests the use of a flat iron will "enhance your hair's shine" following a blow-dry.
It adds: "In the 3 to 4 days following your Dream Coat treatment you can air dry then flat iron and still get the same results."
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Earlier this week, famed hairstylist Appleton shared some snaps of Kim's serpent sexiness and posted a video of the process to transform The Kardashians star hair.
Appleton captioned his post: "Still one of my favorite hair moments with Kim. Watch the last slide to see how I did this snake/animal print on Kim’s hair."
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