This soft, casual haircut is enhanced and finished using a combination of Jack Dean Finishing Sheen Pomade and Matt Styling Paste.
- Rub a 50p sized scoop of Jack Dean Finishing Pomade firmly between the palms to warm
- Apply to the sides and back pulling the hair flat to the head
- Using a pure bristle wooden Jack Dean Club brush, firmly brush the hair smooth to the head to create a sleek tailored outline
- For the top section use Jack Dean Matt Styling Paste to give a softer, looser finish. Starting at the front, use fingers to work the paste through the hair from root to tip allowing the hair to fall naturally
- Still using the fingers work backwards through the top sections.
- Finally use a combination of the Club Brush and fingers to blend the top and side sections.
Summer is over… and now we’re getting ready for cold dark mornings and dark evenings. If you work full-time, you go to work in the dark and come home in the dark.
So if you’re feeling a bit down and need something to pick you up… we have the perfect idea! A new hair colour! Yes it always makes you feel so much better by just changing your hair colour. Now we’re not suggesting you go completely crazy and colour your hair from black to blonde but if you do have blonde or brown hair it may be quite fun to add a little hint of red, plum or auburn to your hair colour.
TIPS For Colouring Hair: Make sure you use deep conditioning treatment and Argan oil on your hair when you wash it. Try not to use too much heat on your hair straight away for example, straightening irons or curling wands. If you need to straighten your hair, blowdry it using the Denman D79 Straightening Brush. (Click Here For USA Denman Store!) This brush is not electrical and has bristles which means it is a lot safer to use on the hair than straightening irons.
Volumised quiffs are the perfect way to jazz up your short cropped hair. It’s a favourite with the celebs such as Jennifer Lawrence, Julianne Hough and Pink! You can make it super elegant or you can go as rock chick as you like with this look!
Get The Look
1. Begin blowdrying the hair using the Denman D31 Freeflow brush (USA), this is a great brush for creating this look as it will help create volume in the hair.
2. Using a little bit of shaping cream apply this to the sides and top of the hair. Blowdry the sides and top of the hair back.
3. Take the D91 Dressing Out Brush (USA) and begin to backcomb the top section of hair, this will make the quiff stand up. Brush it back with a Denman D82M Boar Bristle Brush (USA) and finish with hairspray.
We love big bouncy curls at the moment… it’s the perfect look for a special evening occasion and it looks like a lot of effort had gone into creating the hairstyle! It’s easier than you think and we are going to show you how you can create it in your own house.
1. Blowdry your hair using the Denman Extra Large Head Hugger Brushes (USA), this brush will allow you to create root-lift and volume in the hair.
2. Curl the bottom of the hair using straighteners or curling tongs.
3. Brush the curls using the Denman D82M Boar Bristle Brush (USA), this will loosen the curls but not make it frizzy.
Denman International attended the North Down Business Awards in the Clandeboye Lounge last Friday night. We sponsored ‘Customer Service Multiple Retailer Award’ and we were nominated for ‘Investment in Health Award’.
Of course this was a great excuse for our Denman girls to get all glammed up for the night! As you can see they all looked fab!
We had a wonderful night at the North Down Business Awards but the best part was when we won the award for ‘Investment in Health’. We are delighted to have won this award and a big congratulations to all the other winners!
Bobs have been around for many years, but recently we have been loving the long bobs. A long bob is usually easier to manage, especially if it is all one length. This hairstyle has been seen on the likes of Rihanna and Katy Perry.
GET THE LOOK
1. Blowdry your hair with the Denman D3 Classic Styling Brush (USA). The anti-static rubber pad provides maximum grip and control during blow-drying for shaping the long bob.
2. Once the hair is completely dry smooth over it using the Denman D82M Boar Bristle Brush (USA), this will allow you to create a sleek finish and add gloss and shine to the hair.
Since summer is now officially over, we think it’s time to ditch the flip-flops and get your Ugg Boots ready for Autumn/Winter! All that heat that has been applied to your hair over the summer to get curls and waves, it’s to try something new! Straight hair can be really striking but we are going to tell you how you can get this without using straightening irons.
The Denman D79 Straightening Brush is like a straightening iron but it is not electrical. It is equipped with boar bristle to smooth the hair and make it super glossy and shiny. As it is not electrical this makes our straightening brush much better for your hair and it won’t damage it.
How To Use It
1. Towel dry your hair until it is damp.
2. Take the Denman D79 Straightening Brush (Click here for USA Site) and begin to blowdry the hair straight using this brush. Clamp the straightening brush on a small section of damp hair. Point the hairdryer at the vented section of the brush and slowly glide both the brush and hairdryer down that section of hair to straighen it.
3. By using this straightening brush you are straightening your hair without causing any damage as flat irons do. As this brush has natural boar bristles, these will gently grip the hair and smooth the cuticle for a straight, glossy and manageable look.
4. Continue this technique all over your hair.
The 1950′s is a decade that everybody loves and it keeps coming back in style. Nowadays girls would kill for a 1950′s dress as it so vintage! Not only are the clothes coming back … but the hairstyles are also making their way into celebrity hairdressing salons! Our favourite has to be Marilyn Monroe; she is the icon of the 50’s… beautiful bouncy blonde curls with a bold red lipstick.
GET THE LOOK
- Curl all of your hair with curling tongs or straighteners. We recommend a thick barrel to create defined curls.
- Once all the hair is curled, spray the hair with hairspray and brush the curls with the Denman D82M Boar Bristle Brushes (USA).
- Tease the roots of the hair with the Denman D91 Dressing Out Brush (USA) to create more volume.
*Don’t Forget The Red Lipstick*
Braids really have taken over the hair world, they are great for adding texture and patterns in hairstyles as well as one large braid! With the huge success of the Disney movie Frozen, side braids is all that can be seen in children as well as adults! This beautiful braid looks tricky but once we explain how to achieve it you will want to wear it every day.
GET THE LOOK
This hairstyle is best created on wavy, messy hair, so if you need to add some curls and waves into your hair, do this first and then spray it with texturizing spray.
The hairstyle is created in two parts: The first part is the fringe braid and the second is the long side braid. We are going to start with the first part.
- Section the front part of your hair away from the rest of your hair. Begin with large sections of hair and braid then, taking sections of loose hair as you go along. Once you get to the other side, secure this underneath the hair with a bobby pin.
Now we will begin the second part of the hairstyle.
- Gather all of your hair around to one side and again begin to braid the hair in large sections, bringing loose hair into the braid. Continue this until all of your hair is in the braid and secure with an elastic.
Gently pull the braid to loosen it further and give it a bit more of a messy look.
Classic Quiff For Men
Jack Dean Matt Styling Paste can be used to add volume and hold to create a sleek, classic quiff.
- Work the Paste in the hands until it becomes warm and fibrous
- Lightly spread the fibres over the hair where they are to be used
- Using a firm backward action, smooth the sides flat to the head and drawing them into the nape of the neck
- Starting at the crown, gently work the paste into the roots and lift slightly
- Continue towards the front hairline increasing the level lift with each section
- At the front hairline pull the section slightly forwards when lifting and lay the hair gently over previous sections
- Smooth with fingers or a comb taking care not to disturb the roots and check for symmetry.