Ladies, we all know it’s good for our hair to try wait as long as possible between hair washing. Washing too frequently dries out your hair and can strip natural oils and create frizz, leaving hair looking dull. Give your hair a restorative break and catch some extra zzz’s this week with our no fail blow out prep! Prepare to have terrific looking hair all week.

Let your hair partially air dry 

After showering, gently towel dry your hair and spray in a heat protector. Next, let your locks air dry about half way before putting any further product in, this way your products wont become overly saturated with water and will better do the trick!

Ready, SET, go

When you’re almost done your blowout, spray some hairspray into your brush and comb through your hair, creating overall lift and volume while also setting your blowout. Add a touch of finishing crème and your set!

Try go hands free

The easiest way to shorten the timing between your blowout is to be constantly running fingers through your hair. Touching your hair looses volume and transfers oil production from your fingers to scalp. Try instill a minimal hair touching policy and you’ll be surprised at how much longer your blowout lasts!

Invest in a cute scrunchie

Theres nothing worse than windblown hair post blowout. Prevent your hair from becoming ruined by throwing it in a loose bun or ponytail – using a scrunchie will avoid that dreaded elastic band dent. Out of sight, out of mind.

Sleep on a satin pillowcase

Sleeping on a fresh blowout can cause tangles, flattened sides and frizzy looking locks. Minimize this by sleeping on a satin pillowcase. It will prevent breakage and friction, keeping your hairstyle smooth and intact.

Dry Shampoo is a must

To preserve your blowout, it’s all about dry shampoo. During your hairs’ “off days”, work a dry shampoo into your roots to absorb excess oils. Using dry shampoo at night helps create added volume and allows a longer time slot to absorb oils.