Hair styling tips

1. Before you begin styling your hair, make sure it’s properly hydrated and clean. This will help ensure that the products used won’t damage or dry out your hair while styling. You should also use a heat protectant spray on damp hair before blow drying, curling, or straightening with any heated tools.

2. When blow drying your hair, it’s important to use the right brush. Using the wrong brush can cause breakage and create knots in your hair. For maximum volume when blow drying, start by brushing the crown of your head then work downwards in sections until your hair is completely dry.

3. Before using a curling iron, make sure you spritz your strands with a thermal protection spray to prevent damage from the heat. Then curl sections of hair starting at the root and twirl away from your face for a natural looking curl that lasts all day long.

4. If you’re looking for an extra lift at the roots of your style, use a volumizing mousse or powder to add some texture and give extra body to flat strands. Be sure to evenly distribute it throughout damp locks and let it air dry or style as desired.

5. A good trick for adding texture is to use salt spray or a beach spray – just apply lightly from root to tip and tousle it with fingers for added definition without creating a crunchy feel.

6. To maintain volume throughout the day without sacrificing softness, apply hairspray at arm’s length onto each section before curling or after you finish styling.

7. Updos are always in style – for easy-to-create looks without having to go to the salon try making a low bun, high ponytail, French twist, half-up/half-down hairstyle – get creative.

8. Don’t forget about accessories like headbands and clips – they add that perfect finishing touch that can dress up any hairstyle in an instant.

9. Deep condition once a week after shampooing your hair – this helps nourish and restore moisture levels which is especially beneficial if you’re constantly styling with hot tools or applying heavy products to create looks such as updos or braids.

10. Lastly, have fun with it! Experimenting with different styles is a great way to find out what works best for you – remember practice makes perfect.

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