volumize

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volumize

(ˈvɒljʊˌmaɪz) or

volumise

vb (tr)
1. (Journalism & Publishing) to include in a volume
2. to expand the volume of
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I use Core Restore Advanced Protein Volumiser before blowdrying and it really does seem to make it look thicker and healthier.
Now he is set to bring his Drenched Volumiser to market - after impressing a gathering of leading business people and even Her Majesty the Queen.
I'm in the kitchen, on my mobile, you said I needed a new phone, one with a volumiser, must be the reception.
Available in two styles: Casual contains a Matt Texture Dry Shampoo, Radiating Tropical Elixir and Prep Heat Protection Spray, while Glamour has a 3D Volumiser, Cleanse Shampoo for Damaged Hair and a Nourish Conditioner for Damaged Hair.
The bag is filled with hero hair products in two hair looks: Casual contains a Matt Texture Dry Shampoo, Radiating Tropical Elixir and Prep Heat Protection Spray while Glamour features a 3D Volumiser, Cleanse Shampoo for Damaged Hair and a Nourish Conditioner for Damaged Hair.
The footwear designer's latest range, "Amazonia" features an Aztec print on Toni & Guy's Shampoo and Conditioner, Glamour Moisturising Spray, Glamour Firm Hold Hairspray, Glamour 3D Volumiser and Glamour Volume Plumping Whip, priced PS6.
It's half dry shampoo, half volumiser and boosts second-day hair in a flash.
As Rod suggests, " Use a styling product or hair spray that acts as a volumiser and forms a protective layer for the hair.
To get glossy curls that last start with a good volumiser like Michael Van Clarke 3" More Inches Thickening Blow-dry Spray.
Her hair analysis indicated that Karen had lost thirty per cent of her hair and would benefit from a innovative volumiser system, which i was able to integrate into Karen's own hair to produce a thicker, fuller head of hair"
On an April day so unseasonably hot it approximated a day in St Tropez, Fabrice Gili, the creative director of Frederic Fekkai's New York City salon, was armed with a can of volumiser the size of a rolling pin.