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I don't know anything about you, but I just don't have the time, patience, or arm strength to get a super-complicated or time-consuming hairstyle every morning. To keep damage and maintenance as low as possible, I was a bit air-drying and if I choose to style my hair, I want something that (obviously) looks fantastic, but in terms of fairly non-binding effort, product requirements, and styling -Skills. In a recent Instagram post, one of our favorite French fashion and beauty fashions, Sabina Socol, shared some thoughts about her current hair routine and style, which apparently earned her many styling questions and compliments during the NYFW. Now that she has spent more time at home, she wanted to take the opportunity to do a little tutorial that introduces the quick and easy process to create her characteristic mermaid-like waves. The best part? You only need a few strategic products to convince yourself of it, and the star of the show (a relapse) on Amazon is only $ 23. Scroll on! Below is a guide to Socol's Instagram for you. According to Socol, a normal hair dryer lets your hair dry thicker and with a lot of voluminous texture, which is not the goal here. Everyone has different hair preferences and different textures, but she prefers to straighten her hair as much as possible before the wave. Socol uses Dyson's sparkling air wrap for this first step. However, with Revlon's vibrant alternative, you can get a very similar result. In order to make the hair even smoother and give it a lot of shine, according to Socol it is crucial to work with a flat iron after blow drying. For a Jennifer Aniston-like mood, make sure to use the flat iron to curl your ends a little so they don't stay straight. We're not sure which straightener Socol used in her tutorial, but here are two of our favorites. The GHD is a must-see among celebrity editors and hairdressers, and the Remington has a whopping 4.5-star rating with over 11,000 reviews on Amazon. In the caption of her tutorial, Socol notes that the hair swimmer she uses comes from Amazon, but she can't remember the brand. Fortunately, we are almost certain that this is Revlon's best-selling (and budget-friendly) choice. Socol walks around her head and notices that during this step she doesn't bother to cut her hair because she wants to avoid creating too precise a look. She explains that she wants a style that looks simple, quick, and natural. Amika's High Tide Deep Waver ($ 120) is another option that I personally use to use beach waves inspired by mermaids. Last but not least, Socol rounds off her style by spraying "a random hair texturing spray" on her hair to add an extra touch of volume and texture. Again, we're not sure which hair texturer Socol used, but Oribe's iconic formula is the gold standard in the industry. However, we believe that affordable brands like OGX and Not Your Mother & # 39; s offer fantastic options that fall below the $ 10 mark.
Are you looking for more French girl beauty staples to experiment with? Keep scrolling to get more hair, makeup, and skin care products that Socol likes to use in her beauty routine.
In a recent interview with Rose Inc., Socol spilled a lot of information about the beauty – including some must-haves for products that keep your skin glowing and clear. Less is more for Socol, and she swears by a simple three-step regime that consists of a detergent, a serum, and a cream. "I wash my skin twice at night and then apply a serum and cream," she told the publication. "I use either a serum and cream from Joëlle Ciocco or La Mer & # 39; s The Concentrate Serum ($ 370) along with the famous Creme Crème de la Mer Moisturizer ($ 180). Both versions feel nutritious and thick with what I love for nighttime routines In the morning I only use water on my face to wash myself, no products. "A short piece of advice? Get the La Mer concentrate serum quickly. It sells out at retailers like Nordstrom. Sticker shock? The brand also makes a mini size that is significantly cheaper (but still forgiving) at $ 190. For the ultimate home care ritual, Socol likes to kill two birds with one stone by watching Netflix and nourishing her strands at the same time. She says sleeping in Kérastase's Elixir Ultimate Hair Mask ($ 62) moisturizes her hair about every 10 days. Just wash it out in the morning and get started. In the same interview, Socol admits that she is not a fan of her dark circles and that she relies on Glossier's stretch concealer for additional coverage. "A lot of blushing" is Socol's great beauty MO. This 12 hour formula from Tarte Cosmetics is her favorite. For polished, yet natural looking brows, this universal eyebrow gel from Eyeko London is available. Last but not least (in terms of makeup), Socol Rose Inc. says that she loves using this brown lipstick (called Oak) from MAC. "It's a supermodel from the 90s," she explains. "I used the same perfume for 10 years. It was Diptyques Tam Dao Eau de Toilette ($ 140)," Socol said. "Now I have one for summer and one for winter, both unisex." For the winter, Socol loves this sweet choice from Penhaligon. It has top notes of cardamom and coffee; Middle notes of jasmine sambac and firabs; and base notes of frankincense resinoid, white vanilla tahitensis and Oud Laos oil.) For spring, Socol opts for another popular diptyque choice, L'Ombre dans l’Eau Eau de Toilette ($ 180). She describes it as woody but fresh. Next: French women never have bad hair – here's why