Aussie Split End Protector


Posted in Tutorial on October 26th, 2011 by Reagan

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Happy Wednesday everyone! Today I’m excited to show you the second video from our shoot with Aussie last month. In this video, I’ll be using the Aussie Split End Protector on my friend Jen, then following up with a blow dry and curling iron style. Pay attention to learn little tips on how you can keep your ends healthy!

Visit the Aussie site to learn more about this, and other Aussie Stylers.



9 Responses to “Aussie Split End Protector”

  1. Gina Says:

    I don’t understand how these products with alcohol can really protect anyone’s hair?? They may make my hair look pretty and feel soft temporarily but they just dry it out and make it brittle and awful, making me add more product to “help”. Now that I’ve eliminated any product with alcohol my hair has stopped breaking and looking so ratty so I really don’t have to trim it as often.

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  2. Jen Says:

    Man do I ever blink a lot!

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  3. Amanda Blair Says:

    I KNOW HER!

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  4. fiona Says:

    looks so good!! i like to leave the ends out of my curling iron but whenever i get taught at school or at work they leave them in, but its so true, the effect you get when leaving them out is very natural looking. :)

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  5. Andrea Says:

    It’s possible it’s just me, because no one else commented on this, but the video totally isn’t working. The audio plays but the video is totally messed up. :( I think it’s just me….. I’ll try again later!

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  6. Lena Says:

    I love your peter pan necklace, where is it from :-)?

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  7. Reagan Says:

    Hi Lena,

    Thanks so much! My necklace is vintage.

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  8. Tricia Says:

    will this product work because I let my hair dry natural I then use heat to my hair if I want to style it but I usely let it go natural curly. I have use it once in the passed and it left gressey feeling can anyone help

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