I splurged on a blowout.
They aren’t something I do often, but when I do get one, I always feel like a million bucks, because when my hair looks good, I feel good!
This one’s by Robyn, a hair stylist and colorist at Elise Armeen Salon, which is located here in Novato.
If you’re local, go see her (check out her work on Instagram)! She’s super fast, really easy to talk to, and based on my hairdo, her blowouts are bomb.
While I was there, we got to chatting about what you can do to keep your blowout fresh and fly for days, because you know what? If you’re gonna throw down a pretty penny to get your hair did, you might as well eke out every last bit of that style. Am I right?
Here’s what Robyn suggested to keep your blowout looking its best:
1. Hands off
First things first: Don’t mess with the final do. Keep your fingers out of your hair, refrain from aggressive brushing, and if you do have to brush, gently use a wide-tooth comb or a paddle brush.