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Get Blake's bouncy waves for school


 
We love Blake—and her bountiful, bouncy waves. While we’re all for the latest heat tools, you can steal her easy style for school mornings with our quick tips: no curling iron required!

 

The night before:

1. Wash your hair with anti-frizz shampoo and moisturize with a curl-enhancing conditioner.
 

Living Proof No-Frizz Shampoo, $24, sephora.com

 

2. Towel dry hair and apply a volumizing mousse, combing through with your fingers.
 

TRESemme Volumizing Mousse, $5, ulta.com

 

3. Flip your head and blow dry till hair is just damp.

 

4. Section out a 2-inch piece, and coat with a bit more mousse. Twist the hair into a tiny bun and secure with a pair of bobby pins in an X-shape. Repeat for all hair—sleep in your bitty buns till morning!

 

The morning of:

1. Run the blow dryer on low and blast each bun for a few seconds to make sure they’re fully dry.

 

2. Set your dryer to cool and blast the buns again to set the curl. 

 

3. Remove the bobby pins, gently shaking out your curls, using fingers to separate (no brushes!).

 

4. Spritz on anti-frizz hairspray and loosely tousle your bouncy waves!
 

Garnier Fructis Anti-Humidity Hairspray, $4, amazon.com

 

**Get this look all on the morning of by showering and pinning up your buns while you get dressed/eat breakfast/brush your teeth, then blow drying for a little longer to make sure they’re dry.

BY MAILYSE FERBER ON 10/15/2012 10:00:00 AM

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