Here's how to do it like a pro: Start with a high-wattage ionic blow-dryer, like this T3 Featherweight 2 Dryer. It will reduce frizz by compressing the cuticle, which locks out puff-inducing moisture. (It will also cut drying in time in half—nice.) Set it on medium heat, since high heat causes the cuticle to swell; if your hair is curly, use a diffuser to dry curls evenly. Style hair with a brush made of boar and nylon bristles—boar bristles help distribute natural oils and product…
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Get ready to see the word “kajal” a lot this season. If you’re not familiar, it’s an emollient, typically cone-shaped eyeliner that provides a smudgy, lived-in effect. We like how this rich brown hue makes the look a little more daytime-appropriate.
4 DIY Hair Masks To Breathe Life Into Dry & Dull Hair
Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon Juice Hair Mask Mix together one tbsp of apple cider vinegar and one tsp of lemon juice in a mug of cold water. Shampoo your hair with your regular shampoo and use this tonic as a final rinse for a volumizing boost.
Frizz Mistakes to Avoid:TOWEL-DRYING YOUR HAIR Roughing up wet strands with a towel will only ruffle the hair's cuticle, so gently press and squeeze out the water with a microfiber cloth like Sephora Aquis Microfiber Hair Turban. It's a ShamWow for your head, but, you know, chicer.
Bombshells take note: John Frieda’s semipermanent treatment penetrates each strand for more thickness and lift—and keeps working for up to seven days. John Frieda Luxurious Volume 7-Day Treatment, $10; ulta.com - Photo: Courtesy of Ulta