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Lets See What Beauty Tips You Get From Top Beauty Experts (Part 1)

Posted by Saloni Editorial Head (Umair Hassan) on

Get Soft and Curly Waves:

"To get soft, curly waves in the morning, put your hair into two big braided pigtails the night before. Release the braids the next morning and shake it off."

—Angelo David, celebrity hairstylist and founder of Angelo David Salon in New York City

Flatten Flyaways:

"To flatten flyaways, spray hair spray in your hand, and then rub your hands onto the actual can of hair spray while they are still damp. Then quickly (so it doesn’t dry) use the can as a rolling pin from the center of the head down, which will create a smoothing effect and flatten the flyaways while distributing the hair spray."

—Rodney Cutler, celebrity hairstylist and Redken Brand Ambassador

Remove Product Buildup:

"To remove product buildup from your hair, mix a tablespoon of vinegar in your hand with your favorite shampoo and rub through your hair. Concentrate on applying from the ends up and leave in for three to five minutes for beautifully clean hair with amazing shine!"

—Ted Gibson, celebrity hairstylist, and founder of Ted Gibson Salons and Ted Gibson Beauty

Body Lotion on Your Body:

"After rubbing your favorite body lotion on your body, apply the remaining lotion that's on your hands into your hair for beachy-looking locks. Lotion also makes a great hair fix when there are no hair products about (for example, at your boyfriend's house!)."

—Chris Rios, hairstylist at Sally Hershberger Los Angeles

Antiperspirant Deodorant:

"In a pinch, there have been moments when I use antiperspirant deodorant as a mattifier, instead of powder. I gently blend the application with my fingers in hot spots. The texture of the deodorant is one that has a matte quality to it, but it also helps stop or significantly reduce perspiration."

—Moani Lee, makeup artist

Securing your Ponytail:

"After securing your ponytail, squeeze a little gel on a hard toothbrush and comb it along the hairline in the same direction that the hair is pulled backed in to keep the hairline looking really clean and stay that way. The toothbrush should be cheap, as they are harder and have straight bristles."

—Jenny Balding, hairstylist and Redken Styling and Grooming Expert

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