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Tips & Tricks Tuesday: Tame the Fly-Aways

By April 18, 2017 No Comments
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Set aside one of these to help style your hair on a windy day.

So as you are getting out this spring to enjoy our glorious Phoenix weather, are you wearing your hair up or back? We can’t help but notice that it has been a bit breezy lately. Lots of gals are relying on top-knots, buns, braids and ponies to keep their hair from flying around their faces.

But what do you do when the little, finer hairs around your face just won’t cooperate with the rest of your style? We have a great little hair hack for you.

To tame fly-away hairs around your face and along your part, spray a clean make-up brush or toothbrush (we actually prefer the toothbrush) with hairspray, and brush the stray hairs down. We think that Air Control from Aveda is perfect for this. It has just the right amount of hold.

Then grab your hair dryer and set it to low air flow. Dry down those pesky little fly-aways and presto! You are all tidy and set to enjoy the outdoors even if it is a bit breezy.

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