blowoutDrybar founder and serious hair crush, Alli Webb, knows a thing or two about a good blowout. Not only is every location packed across the city at all times, but her styling line has been flying off Sephora's shelves. We asked Alli the all-important question: How do we make our blowout last through the night?
"You want to make sure to put your hair up in two loose buns, with metal clips, high on your head and sleep on a satin pillowcase," says Webb. "The clips are so much better than an elastic, because the band can dent the hair and leave marks. Also, the reason it's better to part your hair down the middle in two sections instead of one, is that you'll actually end up with more curl on each side. Another thing I started to do, is take the top section in the back of the crown and wrap it in a velcro roller. It will get totally messed up when you sleep, but it actually solves the cowlick problem in that Read More »from How to Sleep Without Ruining Your Blowout