Source: Yes, Your Blowout Can Last For Days . . . Even in the Summer
While there are plenty of blow-dryer-free styles to sport in the Summer, plenty of us still brave a blowout for Kate Middleton-like strands. But take one step outside and heat and humidity take your commercial-worthy blowout from fabulous to flopped in seconds. Believe it or not, it doesn't have to be this way. "I love making a blowout last," celebrity stylist Mark Townsend, who is the man behind the hair of stars like Jennifer Lawrence, said. He filled us in on three tips to keeping your hair in tip-top shape through the rest of Summer.
- Opt for movement: "Don't try to do a super sleek, straight blowout," Townsend says. Instead, opt for one with a bit of texture and movement, and then twist it up while you walk to your destination. "It will keep a majority of your hair off your neck, which is a really troubled area, and the texture will still be there when you take your hair down."
- Use dry shampoo the right