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So Fresh and So Clean

Most importantly, you have to start with a super clean base. Wash your hair twice with a good shampoo before applying a heat protecting conditioner. Rinse your hair thoroughly each time, making sure there are no suds left behind.

My hairdresser also recommends a deep cleansing shampoo once per week to get rid of any buildup.

Invest in a Good Hairdryer

The technology packed into hairdryers these days is pretty damn advanced. With all of their ionic-fandangled-power the results are a smooth, shiny, salon-quality blowout.

I love the GHD range, and can honestly say that my blowouts have never looked better.

Dry, Dry, Dry

A common mistake it to not completely dry your hair. Once you have finished drying each of your sections, tilt your head back, switch the speed to medium and dry all over for a few minutes, moving the hairdryer continuously.

This will stop your bouncy hair from dropping during the day or (even worse!) fuzzy patches popping up.

Embrace the Cool Shot

Yes, that little blue button on your hairdryer’s neck is there for a reason and it will make a huge difference to your hair. A good ol’ blast of cold air will set your freshly dried locks. I promise.

Happy Healthy Hair

Healthy locks are important to great looking hair. Have regular trims (every 6-8 weeks) to maintain healthy ends, and use a hydrating mask once a week.

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