Blow-dry hair while brushing it in downward strokes with a vent brush. You'll get a flare at the ends and a separation thanks to the pomade.
Flat-iron bangs-carefully since fine hair is more delicate-so they lie close to your forehead.
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Use a color-enhancing shampoo to keep dark locks glossy.
Use an anti-frizz serum before drying hair so hair doesn't get too bushy.
Run a dab of leave-in conditioner through the end, towel-dry and blow-dry hair with your head mostly upside down.
Flip hair back over and make a deep side part. Smooth down flyaways with a little anti-frizz cream where needed.
Then, take a dab of straightening balm and work through damp hair before drying. Take smaller sections as you work toward the front of your head.
Use a dab of styling cream and work it through the ends so you get a little extra bounce.
Pull fingers through your hair as you blow-dry, shaking and twirling pieces, so you get a light, natural wave.
Use a dab of styling cream and blow-dry hair with a round brush.
For a chic, matte finish, use a bit of dry shampoo extra volume, too!
Then blow-dry your hair with a medium-sized round brush so you get a smooth finish.
Quickly run a straightening iron over large sections of hair you don't want to flatten your chic bob cut but a little extra heat adds a lot of extra polish. Finish with a spritz of shine spray.
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Use a nozzle attachment to focus air right at the roots for extra lift.
Warm up a dab of texture pomade in your palms and then rake hands through your hair. Flip hair over and blast with a cool shot of air from your dryer. The result: sexy, polished bedhead strands.
Use something that will boost shine but won't weigh anything down (like a bit of spray-on leave-in conditioner to prep the hair for heat). Use a round brush for the smoothest blowout. Tip: Blow-dry small sections. It takes longer but looks better.
Put a dab of shine serum on your hands, rub them together and run them over your hair so you end up using just the right amount of product.
Add the tiniest bit of polish to your look by flat ironing your bangs. "If you take a few minutes to style your bangs, you can get a away with a much messier overall vibe but still look chic," says NYC stylist Ted Gibson.
Blow-dry hair on a low heat to cut down on frizz. If you have serious issues with frizz, mix a dab of gel and styling cream together and run through wet hair before styling.
Spritz a shine spray for that mirror-like gleam.
Blow-dry hair on a medium heat setting and finish with a shot of cool air to seal the cuticle.
Spritz with a thermal protectant spray before flat ironing to keep hair healthy. Make a deep side part once youve gotten your hair as sleek as possible.
Use a drop of a light straightening product-a quarter-sized dollop for your whole head is enough. With a round brush, dry on a cool setting.
Run a flat iron through your hair. Be warned, this might make super fine hair look finer so once you've flat ironed, flip your head over and blast your whole head with the dryer. You'll add a little movement back into your straight, shiny 'do.
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Quickly blow-dry on medium heat. (Don't worry about getting every strand perfectly smooth. You can tame flyaways with a little anti-frizz serum later.)
Make a deep side part and pull hair loosely back from either side of the part, fastening hair with a tiny claw clip. This way, you'll have that tousled, loose effect but your hair will still hold where you clip it.
Roughly dry your whole head with a blow dryer.
Take a small-barrel curling iron and define face-framing bits. Then, after you put on your hat, rake your fingers through the curls to soften the look.
Use a smoothing styling product (something with a little hold) and dry with a round brush.
Mist with a light shine spray and then run fingers through your hair to encourage a little movement to go with your movie-star gleam.
Use a round brush and dry hair on low heat to cut down on flyaways, making sure to turn brush under to get a bounce at the ends.
Use a volumizing spray all over. "People always think of volume at the top, you want it in the back and on the sides as well," says Gibson.
Run some serum through bangs and blow-dry but don't flat iron them — it'll make the look too severe compared to the rest of your wavy-ish texture.
Make a deep side part and tease the front section pulling it loosely back, over your ear instead of tucked behind it. Do the same with the other side.
Use a little styling cream on your ends and pull loose hair forward over your shoulder.
Make a strong middle part while hair is damp and dry hair on a cool setting. Then, methodically flat iron one-inch sections from root to tip.
Run a shine serum through your hair, using your palms to really smooth down any flyaways at the roots.
Then, blow-dry using the tiniest bit of shine glaze to curb frizz.
Finish by running a flat iron though the front pieces only — you want sleeker in front and a little fuller in back.
Blast hair with a dryer on a cool setting to add some shine without layering on more product.
Take a pomade and work through the top layer to make this straight style a little more rock and roll.
Use large hot rollers on your ends, leaving them in for two-to-three minutes for the slightest wave.
In the morning, rinse hair thoroughly and shampoo just the roots.
Work a texture spray through damp hair and blow-dry on a cool setting. You should get a straight but modern-looking result.
Make a deep side part and pull hair back into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck. Fasten in a loop so the ends stick out.
Mist entire style with shine spray. Add a whimsical accessory right over the part.
Run a straightening product through your hair and blow-dry using a big round brush.
Work a little mousse into dry hair to give it a little extra life.
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Take a large-barreled (1.5 inch) curling iron and wrap 2-inch sections of hair.
Take a natural boar-bristle brush and brush through the curls to loosen them into waves. To make this look a little more special/offbeat, add a whimsical headband to shake up a more traditional evening look.
Dry hair with a round brush — use a big dollop of smoothing styling crème to tame frizzies.
Flat-iron bangs so they fall off to the side and stay that way.
Spray damp hair with a volumizer and work a little volumizing mousse into the ends.
Let hair air-dry-you save yourself the damage of heat-styling and still get amazing results, thanks to the height-boosting products.
Heat styling is a must if hair has been chemically relaxed, but don't overdo it since your hair is fragile. Only iron what is absolutely necessary, like face-framing strands.
Spritz hair with a moisturizing shine spray for heavy-duty gleam.
Spritz towel-dried hair with a conditioning spray. Then, add a wave-enhancing mousse and scrunch lightly.
Let hair air-dry completely for best results.
Work a texture cream through the ends before blow-drying on low heat.
Pull a little more texturizer through your ends to emphasize movement and separation.
For extra volume around the sides of your face, pull the round brush out to the side of your face instead of down as you go.
To curb frizz, warm up a tiny drop of anti-frizz in your hands and run your palms lightly over your hair.
Dry hair with a round brush-use a big dollop of smoothing styling crème to tame frizzies.
Flat-iron bangs so they fall off to the side and stay that way.
After hair is dry, add a dry spray wax and work through hair until you get that perfect unwashed look with just the right amount of volume.
Add a teensy bit of shine just to your bangs.
Work a matte paste through your ends, taking care to work a small piece at a time. You don't want a ton of product but want to take the time to separate strands for a deliberate, piecey look.
Pull layers forward as you dry so they frame the face and lie flat all at once.
Flat-iron bangs and then ruffle a bit so they maintain a little movement.
Roughly blow-dry, working hair through your hands.
Take a mini flat iron and straighten sections for definition and shine.
Blow-dry just these sections so they fall smoothly into place. Brush shine serum into the rest of your hair (put a dab on a vent brush) but let it air-dry.
Toss head upside-down and spray with aerosol hairspray.
Place small sections of hair into large rollers and sit under a drying hood.
When your hair is nearly dry, remove the rollers and blow-dry on a very low heat.
Flat iron your bangs for the finishing touch.
Then, add a little shine to the bangs to keep the look from getting too severe.
Offset the sleek bangs with a worked-over texture on your ends-matte and piecey with a little extra volume.
Use a shine-boosting style and work a generous amount from root to tip. Blow-dry using a natural boar bristle brush.
Finish with a hit of cold air from the dryer to seal the cuticle.
Blow-dry hair in small sections keeping the dryer on low heat and angled down from the root, says Pantene stylist Tippi Shorter.
Use a flat iron sparingly to get a bone-straight finish.
A strong bang is so chic — and achievable if you have naturally thick hair. A quick flat iron with a tiny, bang-friendly version keeps them in line daily.
Run a conditioning styling cream through your hair and blow-dry halfway to cut down on frizz. Let hair air-dry the rest of the way so you get a smooth but imperfect texture.
You can skip shampooing the next day and refresh your style with a botanical conditioning mist.