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How to Score the Perfect Blow-Out at Home Featured

26 Jan

Blowouts a great way to look polished as they give your hair style. The challenge, though is they can be very expensive - costing up to $60 per session. With the right tools and technique, you can actually create a perfect blowout from the comforts of your home. Check out some of our tips on how to create the blowout of your dreams today.

 

1. Clean your hair: Wash your hair of dirt and grime. One of our favorites is DryBar Happy Hour Blowout Shampoo that works to deeply clean your hair as it gets rid of buildup, residue, and impurities. Find it at http://seph.me/1JBxij5

2. Brush your hair: This may be obvious, but some women just wash their hair and go. To get an awesome blowout, you have to carefully brush it and get out any knots. To brush, we love the Aveda Wooden Paddle Brush that works to detangle and massage the scalp. Find it at http://bit.ly/1Sha8zX

3. Detangle: If you do have knots, you are going to have to get them out before you blow out your hair. We like the strong Brocato Detangling Spray. Find it at http://bit.ly/1PPFfOk

4. Section your hair: Grab a small section of your hair and place the rest of it in a clip. The j.Crew large tortoise clip is one of our favs. Find it at http://bit.ly/1OMMp8q

5. Blow dry section-by-section: Starting with your first section, grab a blow out brush and place your hair around it. We like the Bombshell Blowout Thermal Brush that seals in frizz as it smooths out the hair. Find it at http://seph.me/1ZQh3Ri

6. Use your hair dryer: Place your blow-dryer over the sectioned part of your hair - going up and down until it is dry. We like the high-performance GHD Hair Dryer. Find it at http://bit.ly/1KCkwMm

7. Repeat and blow-dry: Release a small section of your hair, dry it and repeat until your entire head is dry.

8. Seal it: Contain any frizziness with a sealer. We like the Redken Extreme Length Sealer that contains biotin. It works as a leave-in treatment to also prevent future breakage and damage. Find it at http://bit.ly/1nN3Mgr

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