The Hottest Hairstyles for Winter -- Minus the Usual Styling Damage
Straight hair, curls, waves -- all cute, all requiring major work with hot tools. But you don't have to sacrifice your hair's health to wear the latest trends. We'll show you how
Low ponytailYour go-to ponytail is getting a sleek makeover for the new year. Danilo says you can wear it low, knotted, or braided, but the key is that it looks shiny. "There's a new finished look to the hair that has a beautiful, touchable sheen," he says. If you're not a fan of the deep side part, Danilo says you can part your hair in the center, or wherever else you feel comfortable. Then tie your hair into a low ponytail. Take a 1/2-inch section of hair and wrap it around the elastic, pinning the ends in. Finish by smoothing down any frizz or split-ends with a cream like Pantene Advanced+ Keratin Repair Split-End Fuser, $12.99. It temporarily fuses any split-ends to give you a clean finish.
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