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Are your mornings too short for your hair styling routine? It happens.

With the right products & techniques you can cut your styling time in half. We’ve found one such approach that will leave you with Blake Lively-esque curls in no time. Allows us to introduce to you,  the twisty blow dry.

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Blackened garnet red glows deeply from within dark waves in this rich look. The saturated hue gives shine and sparkle to dark hair; a slightly lighter shade near roots enhances the natural effects of light. The undulating lengths blend the transition from bright to dark and expose flecks of ruby buried on the interior. Mine this look for your own hair in a few simple steps.

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This creative, graphic shape features heavy emphasis on the bangs and a strong, face-framing outline. A mid-length layer cut with layers beginning around the cheekbones, it’s a great cut to update your look for 2016, especially if your hair is fine or thin as these kinds of styles help to create an illusion of fullness. Layers also create space which gives texture room to work, meaning it’s easy to create a trendy, soft and natural-looking wave. Loose and shaggy through the back and sides, the heavy beans emphasize the eyes, adding boldness to the style.

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Nowadays there are salons that only cut curly locks, which suggests dealing with texture is a separate skill. It’s not. It just requires a refined approach. When styling, for example, it’s better to dry with a diffuser than a blow-dryer because blowing curly hair all about is likely to break the curls and create frizz; a diffuser on the other hand, dries with heat but no air, which helps curls expand and form beautifully. Learn more about diffusing in the notes.  Click for StyleNotes →