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Long Blonde Hairstyle How To Of Spencer Locke

Spencer Locke (born September 20, 1991) is an American actress who recently appeared in a guest role on ABC's Love Bites.  She's had various appearances as "Kylie" on ABC's Cougar Town.  She also has appeared as 'Amber Bradley' on The Vampire Diaries.

Spencer is famous for her long lush blonde strands that feature graduated hues from the roots down to the ends.

Her base color is a buttery blonde which is highlighted and low lighted with complementary hues.  Historically Spencer parts her hair down the middle and her very long tresses have loose beachy waves interwoven throughout the edges.

Spencer Locke Long Blonde How To Hairstyle - Step By Step

If you want to copy Spencer's long blonde wave infused tresses follow the steps below:

1. Cleanse hair in lukewarm water with a product designed for your hair type, texture, length and current condition. If your hair is chemically treated, colored highlighted or low-lighted you may wish to deploy a moisture enhancing cleansing formula such as Diluted Shampoo (DS), Low Poo, Conditioner Only (CO), No Poo, Water Only (WO) or a combination.

2. After cleansing, rinse hair well, and apply a rinse-out conditioner from the ears from the down to ends of the hair. Once rinse-out conditioner is applied detangle hair in the shower using fingers or a wide tooth comb.

3. Rinse out leave-in conditioner and then finish with a cool or cold water rinse.

4. Towel blot with a hair friendly towel.

5. Apply leave-in styling cocktail including, but not limited to, a leave-in conditioner, defrisant and a mousse or wave enhancing product.

6. Separate hair into 8-10 horizontal sections.

7.  Work on only one section at a time.

8. Blow dry hair with a round boar bristle brush to encourage wave enhanced strands.  Use a long finger diffuser to amp up natural waves or soften natural curls into wave.

9. After hair is dry,  part hair down the side with a long tail comb.

10. Use a 1 1/2-inch hot curling iron and curl individual 2" sections of hair away from your face starting about 1/4 of the length off the roots so.  Alternate the direction the curls are created.

11. Once each section is hot ironed roll the newly created curls loosely around your fingers into a loose barrel style curl and pin it to your scalp to cool and set.  Work around the rest of the head curling and pinning all the sections.

12. After hair is curled and pinned to the scalp, spritz all of the invisible pinned sections with a light hold hairspray.

13. Once hair has completely cooled and set, unpin each curled section.

14. Bend over at waist and gently shake. Use fingers to pick and fluff.  Don't brush hair unless you wish to deconstruct the curls into looser waves.  If you decide to brush use a boar bristle paddle style brush.

15. If you wish you can apply 1-2 drops of shine serum into the palms of your hands and massage them together. Lightly brush your serum infused hands over the top of your finished style.

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