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HOW TO REFRESH A BLOWOUT OR CURLS

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I’m sure I’m not alone on this topic–sometimes my blowout or curls look deflated by the second or third day.  Since I’m trying to give my hair more volume in 2016, I’ve been experimenting with ways to maximize my style so I can focus on wearing it–not creating it.  In order to extend the play of our hairstyle, I’m sharing my quick tips that take less than  5 minutes to refresh your blowout or curls…check it out! how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

TOOLS OF THE TRADE

For this refresher tutorial you’ll need a curling rod (like mine from Sultra), heated brush or stylewand (like this one from Paul Mitchell), and a volumizer hair spray like this TRESemme Beauty-Full Volume Flexible Finish Hairspray.  I picked this up at Meijer during my Chicago trip a few weeks back and love that it adds body to my roots without leaving my style crunchy.
how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

SHAKE IT OUT

Starting with second day hair (and in my case…just woke up!), I like to give it a shake to loosen it up and untangle.  Give yourself a few finger-combs to prep to get ready.

how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

ADD PRODUCT AT THE ROOTS

Next I spritz my TRESemme Beauty-Full hairspray at my roots to add body and volume at the root, a major key to making your style look fresh.  Be sure to hold the can 8-10″ away from your roots for even coverage and to avoid over-saturating your hair.

how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

WORK THE ROOTS

Once the hairspray has had a chance to dry, I use my heated styling brush to brush my roots upwards and hold for 5 seconds each time.  This tool is great because its like a hairdryer and round brush rolled into one.  Continue brushing upward and holding to smooth out any bedhead and providing lifting volume.

how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

ADD A FEW CURLS

Once the roots are volumized,  I give my curls a boost by adding a few fresh ones to frame my face.  Here I only added two curls on each side, but you can add more if you feel the need.

how to refresh a blowout featured by top San Francisco beauty blog, Just Add Glam

FINISHING TOUCH

Almost done!  Once my added curls have cooled, I give my hair a shake to work everything into place, and give myself an all over spritz of TRESemme.  There you go–your blowout or curls look brand new!

What are your hair tips to extend your hairstyles?  Any new years resolutions for your haircare or style?

If you’d like to give this TRESemme Beauty-Full hairspray a try, you can find it on sale at Meijer!  Buy any 2 Suave or TRESemme shampoo or conditioner, get $2 off any Suave or TRESemme styling products.

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This how to refresh a blowout post is sponsored by Lunchbox, all opinions are my own.  This hairspray smells amazing!
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9 Comments

  1. January 28, 2016 / 11:35 am

    You make it look so easy! Your hair is absolutely gorgeous. I need to pick up some volumising spray…pronto.

    Euriental

  2. January 28, 2016 / 12:15 pm

    Great post and I love your photos! I’m still getting used to using my wand for curls. Any tips?

  3. January 28, 2016 / 2:03 pm

    Great tips! It’s so easy just to recurl a few pieces of hair to make your style look fresh!

    Molly and Stacie

  4. January 28, 2016 / 6:34 pm

    I need to try these tips and tricks next time I get my hair done! I wish the salon blowout would last forever!

  5. January 28, 2016 / 6:37 pm

    i’m going to pick up that spray as i think it would be really helpful for my hair even when its straight which is is 99.9% of the time

  6. Pamela Ciprian
    January 29, 2016 / 8:30 am

    Hi!

    Where did you get the heated brush? Also, do you feel like you can use it in the place of a blow dryer? I’m trying to find an alternative for using my flat iron and I don’t know how to blow dry my hair properly! I tried a similar brush from John Frieda but returned it because it left my hair very frizzy. Thanks!

    • justaddglam
      Author
      January 29, 2016 / 11:33 am

      Hi Pamela! It is the Paul Mitchell Style Wand and I find that it works well in place of a hairdryer and brush. It’s nice to have a bit more control of your hair versus it blowing all over the place.

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