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Photo courtesy of Blow NY
For this month’s story on second-day hair, I talked to two of Blow NY’s star stylists: Naeemah Carre and Gregory Patterson. They patiently explained why dirty hair always looks and styles so much better, and how you can fake the look with the right products. But the best part of talking to them was getting their foolproof tricks for gorgeous textured hair. Forget sleek and try these techniques:
Naeemah Carre: The Bun + Scrunch
Brush your hair and then tilt your head over and spray it with a light hold product like Blow Out Spray. Then gather it into a high bun. You can wear it like this to bed to wake up with a great look, or just leave it in for an hour if you’re pressed for time. When you take down the bun, be sure to brush hair and scrunch to revitalize the body.
Gregory Patterson: The Twisty Pony
Here’s an easy party style you can do at the end of the day before you go out. First poof a little dry shampoo onto your scalp to absorb any oil, and also freshen up the hair. Massage into the scalp and brush through with a natural bristle brush to enhance shine. Next, spritz a sea salt spray all through the hair. Section into four sections and twist each section so you achieve four dread-like ropes. Use a blowdryer to heat each section, then finish with a shot of cold air. Afterward finger-comb your now-textured hair and secure into a high ponytail just below the crown. Now, twist the ponytail into a very modern textured chignon. Secure with large u-shaped hair pins. You can accessorize with a cute jeweled or feathered headband — it’s an instantly glam modern textured chignon that will work for even the most elitist of parties.