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HOW-TO: An Effortless Hair Style for Multi-Taskers

Lauren Salapatek | August 23, 2017 | 10:24 AM
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Step 1: Using a 1 ¼” iron, start by curling the sides and bottom sections away from the face. Twist each section, leaving the last 2” out to create an undone look.
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Step 2: Curl the top section and crown. Take large, long triangular sections and twist them into the iron tightly at the base, leaving the last 2” out.
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Step 3: Move the iron quickly so the hair doesn’t have a firm shape, but stays smooth.
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Step 4: After working through the entire head, shake hair out. To deconstruct curls, apply T.B.DTM Multi-Tasking Styler thoroughly through hair and down towards the ends.
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Prep: Spray Texture Mist on damp hair and blow dry using hands. 

Step 1: Using a 1 ¼” iron, start by curling the sides and bottom sections away from the face. Twist each section, leaving the last 2” out to create an undone look.

Step 2: Curl the top section and crown. Take large, long triangular sections and twist them into the iron tightly at the base, leaving the last 2” out.

Step 3: Move the iron quickly so the hair doesn’t have a firm shape, but stays smooth.

Step 4: After working through the entire head, shake hair out. To deconstruct curls, apply T.B.DTM Multi-Tasking Styler thoroughly through hair and down towards the ends. 

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