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SELF Magazine • 1 year ago

Hair - Apply a mix of gel (to define) and leave-in conditioner (to calm frizz) to hair, then blow-dry with a diffuser to make waves.

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Hair - Your hair usually looks sleeker the day after you shampoo. Get that effect instantly by applying pomade before blow-drying. It mimics your natural oils and smooths flyaways.

Before spending a day in the sun, comb a leave-in conditioner through hair

How to Blow Dry Big Waves

Love these sleek + retro waves? After applying mousse, blow dry smooth, then apply a finishing cream. Curl small sections with a 1" curling iron, pinning each curl to the scalp as you go. After the curls cool, let them out and gentry brush through. Use hairspray for hold and then you're done!

Get a good summer cut! Offset frizz and flatness with a cut that works with your hair's natural texture. The key to getting it right: Show up at the salon with freshly air-dried, totally unstyled hair. Your true texture will be easier for your stylist to spot.

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Big hair is back and hotter than ever! Blow outs not only add volume but they create a glamorous feel that would complement our swimwear perfectly. How to: This look can be created with a round brush and a blow dryer. One hair is blown dry, use a small amount of hair oil to smooth out any hair frizz.

This look on Anna Paquin would be perfect for a wedding or soirée. To get it, first apply a volumizing spray, then blow dry with a round brush. Gather all hair to one side into a loose pony behind the neck. Section the pony and randomly curl the ends. Sculpt + scrunch the curls with wax + anti-frizz lotion. Pin each curl around the base of the pony, on the side of the head, and overlap sections. To finish, loosen some pieces in the front to frame your face!

Hair - Spice up a straight style simply. Put wet hair in six buns all over your head. Let each air-dry, then unravel and scrunch with a styling spray that contains salt.