Thanksgiving is the kickoff to the holiday season, and we’re here to help you make an entrance. Whether you’re hosting or attending, you likely won’t have much time to prep your look for this middle of the week soiree. So we rounded up some of our best follower looks using #colorwowhair that are simple, but photo-ready – because there are bound to be a bunch of photos documenting your festive family affair.


Who said the turkey has to be the star of the show? The best part about these Dream Coat blowouts is - they last. So you can do all the work the night before and roll out of bed looking “glass-hair” glam.



Literally. If you woke up with second day hair that looks a little “meh,” fear not. There’s nothing a curling wand and Style on Steroids Texturizing Spray can’t fix. “The Style on Steroids Texturing Spray is the ONLY texturizing spray made just for color-treated hair and is perfect to revive second day hair!” So you can have bright blonde and amazing waves like @theblondeconfetti.

More of a flat iron person? You can create a more laid back look using a flat iron like @cynthiadhimdishair. Top it all off with our fav finisher Pop & Lock Gloss Treatment for amazing shine that also tames flyaways.

If you’re working with day old waves and no time to style, work a mixture of Pop & Lock Gloss Treatment and One-Minute Transformation Anti-Frizz Styling Cream through the hair to create @ashleyantoinebeauty’s effortless, cool girl wet look.

Born with naturally curly texture? Just spray Dream Coat for Curly Hair and let hair air dry while you prep your dish.


The best solution for hair that’s just not laying right is to throw half of it up like @carlbembridgehair. Make this simple style look professional by filling in any gaps on the hairline using Root Cover Up to make hair appear thicker.

Need all your hair completely out of your face? Try two thick pigtail braids. We love this tip from @lovesinthehaircom for making them look perfect from the back by filling in the part using Root Cover Up.

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