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After a long week, I decided to splurge and treat myself to a fancy blowout. After dropping some time and some dough, you know that as soon as I left the salon, my only mission was to keep my polished tendrils intact for as long as possible—through the weather, gym, and even date night. Aside from the normal use of refinish dry shampoo on the second, third, and maybe fourth day there are a few slightly odd ways I’ve heard will prolong my blow out and perhaps yours. I’m considering trying these, I think you should to! Click through to style notes to see the things we should all be doing in the name of style. –– Michelle Rotbart Click for StyleNotes →

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The last thing you want to do on a humid summer day is blast your hair with a blowdryer. Seriously it’s just too hot and who actually has time to spend on their hair when there are plenty of amazing outdoor concerts, beach parties and summer soirees to attend. So to get you out the door faster, there are some great tips on how to air-dry your hair at any length. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Woman with healthy long hair


Everyone wants shiny hair. Shiny hair reflects good health and youthfulness but also, it looks really, really good. Summer is notorious for making it difficult to keep strands shining. There are many factors leading to hair losing its shimmering qualities, like sun damage, dried or fried tresses, and fading color, to name a few. Click the notes for tips on how to keep your mirror like quality. –– Kelly Rowe

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Portrait of summer young woman outdoors. Soft sunny colors.

Air-drying your hair is something everyone wishes they could do. The simple fact that you don’t have to do anything more than shower and walk out the door is a very enticing thing. Summer is the perfect time to get air drying so click the notes for how you can become heat free this summer. –– Kelly Rowe

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Beautiful young woman with gorgeous curly hair

Frizz is the one hair problem we all seem to battle as soon as temperatures warm up. Do you know the root cause of frizz? Moisture in the air absorbing into your hair. However, different hair types may react differently to the humidity, and knowing what the reaction means can help you prep better to avoid frizz the next time. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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