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Get a Blowout Without the Round Brush. Or the Dryer.


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I know you've attempted a round-brush blowout at home. And, you probably gave up after 10 minutes, when your arms started to feel like they were going to fall off and you've managed to get boar bristle brushes tangled up in mounds of hair. I hear it all the time: "My stylist makes it look so easy!" So it got me thinking, how can I actually make it easy for you? Check out my video to achieve a gorgeous blowout look without the round brushes or blowdryer!
 


 

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