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Up today? Justine Piecuch, a stylist at Boston's renowned Jeffrey Lyle Salon, is telling us the truth about blow drying and dishing on whether or not we can really achieve that blow dried look without all the heat.
I think I'm over blow drying my hair. How can I get the same look without drying it out?
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Let's get through the worst news first: Unless you have super short hair, you can't achieve most styles without some type of work. That being said, though, there are always ways to make your hair look presentable with little time and less heat.
One good trick? Washing your hair at night and adding a soft holding product (mousse or gel). Try braiding the hair and letting it set while you sleep. When you wake up, the braid will contain the hair, add some wave and lessen the frizz!
Keep this in mind as well: Over blow drying doesn't usually cause problems unless one of the following pertains to you:
Hair can be a very tricky thing, but there's always a fix to every hair problem. The best way to discover it? Asking for advice! Next time your blow dry routine is giving you a hard time, just check with your trusted stylist -- they'll know how to help!
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