How to Style Your Blowout for Four Days

So you’ve just had an amazing blowout. Thanks to the Living Proof products and the deft hand of your Mitchell John stylist, your hair is going to be looking great for three or four days! Ok, maybe not, ten-minutes-post-blowout-great, but great enough that some simple styling will keep you looking chic. Here are a few easy ideas from The Boston Fashionista to style your blowout.


Day One: Boy, does your hair look good! Toss it, flip it, tousle it. Just revel in your glorious locks.


Day Two: Your hair is still bouncy and shiny. If you are like me, you might need a little volume boost. Some of you may want to control the oiliness factor. This is the perfect time for a simple half-up hairdo. Just pin the sides up, being careful to preserve volume in the back, which keeps this style looking cool and edgy.


Day Three: You may have lost the automatic body of the blowout, but your hair will still do what it’s told. I love simple, clean ponytails (again, keep a little volume at your crown). They look chic and pulled-together, while still highlighting the texture and sheen of your hair.


Day Four: You are at the end of your blowout lifecycle, but that doesn’t mean you have to hide under a hat (though I am loving fun fedoras for spring)! Keep that volume you’ve been building over the past few days (or even tease a bit at your crown) and then pull your hair into a messy bun. This style looks just as good with business suits and it does with tee shirts!

What are your tips and tricks for extending your blowout? What styles do you wear to make sure your blowout lasts?

Kristen of The Boston Fashionista

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