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If you have ever wondered how to create the polished baby hair look that celebrities love then it’s time for you to be introduced to this new hair tool.
While styling up your baby hairs is a trend embraced by the likes of Kylie Jenner and Beyoncé, we just weren’t sure how to get the polished celeb look at home — until now.
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US brand Baby Tress has now started stocking its Edge Tamer, £7.99 here, in the UK – which is designed to easily style your baby hairs.
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The tool has three parts to help slay your style. Firstly, you slick on a firm-hold styling product, then you swoop with the brush side, and finally you define using the pointed tip.
Like the sound of it? We asked beauty writer Akesha Reid to put the tool to the test.
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With my super curly hair, I had, for the most part, given up on rocking the baby hairs trend. I just decided it wasn’t for me, like crop tops and cycling shorts.
Instead of styling my baby hairs, I normally just try to tame frizz with an old toothbrush. It seems to do the trick but I was intrigued to see what the Edge Tamer had about it to give it the edge over my trusty (and clean, of course) Oral-B.
Firstly, I loaded the comb-like side with my favourite strong hold styling gel, Schwarzkopf Got2B Ultra Glued Gel, £4.19 here, and ran it over my hairline. So, far, so standard.
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The magic really started when I began brushing with the tool’s bristle brush side. The bristles are really firm which lets you press down to create a super sleek look.
I like the fact you have the option of using the pointed tip to create swirls and squiggles but I think that might be a styling step too far for me. However, it’s great for creating a sharp parting. I really couldn’t believe how easy it was to use and would say if you have straighter hair than mine it’ll be a breeze to style up your baby hairs.
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