Get the Most Mileage Out of Your Blowout
Just how long can you make a blowout last while withstanding a daily workout? We put expert advice to the ultimate test
In order to make the style last as long as possible, Mika decided to give Paulina a sleeker blowout, using a flat iron to smooth the roots, bringing the flat iron as close to the scalp as possible. The sleeker style would help keep Paulina's fine hair from getting too frizzy from the moisture in the air and while she rode her bike. "Your blowout should really last quite a while," Mika says. "You don't need to wash your hair that often. It's really just your mentality that says you need to wash your hair. You have to change that mentality and your hair will adjust." Judging by the sudden popularity of the "No Poo" challenge bloggers have been taking on, we know this to be true -- but that doesn't mean Paulina liked the idea of going sans-shampoo anymore than when she walked into the salon.
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