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
After blow drying your hair upside down for natural texture (or letting it air dry for even less damage), pull your hair to the back, like you would for a ponytail. Then lay the ends down flat over the back of your head, and pin it down from top to bottom. Twist your hair over the bobby pins and tuck the ends in, pinning as you go.
Once you practice, Danilo says you can get this up in 5 minutes: "Add texture, pull back, twist, pin -- done." Lastly, you don't want your updo to deflate when faced with humidity, so spritz an anti-humidity spray, like Pantene Normal to Thick Hair Solutions Anti-Humidity Hairspray, $3.99.
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