Master the Art of the Blowout

Can we be real for a little baby minute?

I hate the flat-ironed-to-your-head with pokey ends look. It’s so 2000. In fact, unless you’re curling under your ends or it’s a T3 which also waves and curls, I would advise you to get rid of your flatiron altogether. Many of them do loads of damage and in my humble O, leave hair looking totally boring. You’d do much better to invest in a good dryer (I recommend the T3 Evolution) and blowing your hair out every couple of days with a round brush. I haven’t flatironed in over a year and my hair thanks me every opportunity it gets. It’s so much healthier looking. AND, it looks so much thicker and full of body when I blow it out. It looks the way I envisioned Nancy’s did in Judy Blume’s Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret. Remember how she was described as having bouncy hair? You just don’t get bouncy hair when you flatiron, dolls. You just DON’T. Sidenote: did you have a friend who lied about the stu-est things JUST like Nancy? I sure did.

Anywho. How do I achieve smooth Nancy hair? I’m loving LOGICS Blow Design Cream, $15, for fine/normal hair. It smells of herbal delishness and smoothes hair while polishing to magnify your hair color’s brilliant reflective Shine. Vitamin E & UV filters protect against damage & fading caused by thermal styling & environmental stresses. Seriously? It’s raining right now, but my hair is straight and shiny to the point where you could fog it up were you to breathe on it. Don’t be jeal, just lose your flatiron and get yourself some.

You’re welcome.

5 Comments Master the Art of the Blowout

  1. Fabulista


    Oh honey. There’s so much work that goes into this mane, so I MUCH appreciate that! My round brush of choice is the large Marilyn tuxedo brush, do a search for marilyn brushes on this blog – I’ve written about it several times. The Marilyn Brush + a T3 Evolution = bliss. Let me know what you think of LOGICS!

  2. CincyFan

    Ok so considering how jealous I am of your oh so fabulous mane, I’m running (and I don’t run) to pick up that cream. If it allows me to step away from the flat iron, I’ll buy you dinner next time I’m in the city.

    btw, what is your round brush of choice?


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