Sultry Summer Hair Guide: Ultra-Feminine Updo

By  January 25, 2008

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Start with wavy or slightly curly hair that has added volume at the crown.
Add volume to hair with a product
like
Spray at roots with the targeted
nozzle when hair is damp, and
blow-dry upside down for lift and hold.
Dry the remainder of hair as normal, lightly scrunching hair to encourage waves.
Once hair is mostly dry, spray with a working spray like
Use fingers to soften any lines or bumps and, if you want extra hold, finish with
Use a wide-tooth comb to pull sections back in three parts, one from the front to the crown, and one on each side. These sections should meet in the back for a loosely pinned deconstructed bun.
for light hold.Finish with a
cool blast of air to set the style.

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