Wind Strong and persistent wind not only creates tangles, as hairs ruffle against each other, but also roughs up the cuticle, causing the hairs to catch and split ends to form. To keep this from happening, "Use a root boost for volume, wax on the ends of your hair, and always carry a comb and bobby pins to keep it in place," says Christina Buzas, a Los Angeles-based hairstylist. And while you can always gather it into a ponytail or braid, Scarlett likes tweaking these classic looks: Before pulling it back, use a salt spray on your roots and blow dry to "create volume and a very pretty texture that blows nicely in the wind," he says. Next, pinpoint the pieces that will be most affected by wind, like hairs at the nape of the neck, and use a strong-hold hairspray to hold them in place.
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