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How To Do a Blowout

Need Blowout Tips? Here You Go.


You've probably heard of manicures and martinis before. How about blowout lessons and bellinis? That's just what the Oscar Blandi Salon in Manhattan is offering to its clients.

For $250, attendees of the class have one-on-one instruction time with a stylist. "Everyone’s nervous," Blandi told the New York Times. "This is why we have Bellinis," he added. Find some of his tips from the class when you read more.

  1. Squeeze any excess water out with your fingers.
  2. Apply a straightening balm to your fingers (not palms). Rub the product on your fingers together and rake through your hair as if you were using your fingers as a comb.
  3. Dry hair slightly using low heat, without a brush.
  4. Section and clip hair into four parts: one in the front, back, and on each side.
  5. Blow-dry each section separately, always using a nozzle pointed at a 90-degree angle, for the most consistent, straightest, and shiniest results. Use a flat brush in one hand and a blow-dryer in the other. Take a strip of hair (about brush-width) into your brush. Using your brush as the lead, move the brush down the hair from roots to ends, following behind with your blow-dryer.
  6. After completing each section, repeat the blow-drying techniques with a round brush for smoothness. Hello, fabulous hair.

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