Sultry Summer Hair Guide: Straight With Bangs

By  January 25, 2008

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Start by asking your stylist to cut bangs or a sweeping,
face-framing front layer that complements your face shape.
To stay sleek in the sun, prep with
and
to help lock in moisture.
While hair is still damp, apply
to
smooth the hair cuticle and lock out frizz from heat and humidity.
Blow-dry hair with a directional nozzle attachment facing down the length of hair, using a large round-bristle brush to straighten hair. Finish with a cool blast of air to set the style.
Set bangs by blowing dry with the nozzle facing down to achieve long-lasting smoothness. Use a round brush to finish ends if necessary.
Finish by applying a small amount
of

all
over to give hair sheen and help block humidity.

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