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Learn Drybar’s top tips for achieving salon-worthy hair at home. Visit this thread on July 10 between 10-11 am PST to participate in our live Q&A with Drybar founder Alli Webb. Find out how to get the perfect blowout, create voluminous waves, and ask a hair question of your own.

 

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needhairadvice

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Hi Alli! 

I have thick, frizzy,wavy hair. Some parts of my hair are straighter and others are wavy others are just completely out of this world. As you could probably imagine, I sometimes have a rough time managing my hair. I am considering undergoing a brazilian blowout to smooth out the texture of my hair or undergoing a permanent straightening treatment. I am hoping you could explain the difference between some known treatments such as the brazillian blowout, keratin treatment, and japanese hair straightening treatments. 

My Hair and I thank you so much!

moto62

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 i have dry, dehydrated hair that blows dry with a lot of frizz. i've tried letting it dry naturally only to have frizz again. what can you recommend for me to get a sleek blow dry?

alliwebb

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I'd try Hot Toddy and The Chaser - they are great frizz fighters!  http://pinterest.com/pin/434527064017657733/

 

When you are letting your hair dry naturally, try Sachajuan Ocen Mist - it's great when you are not blow drying but want a little texture!

 

For a sleep blowout, try Cream Soda to help smooth and hydrate!

 

Hot Toddy Heat Protector Frizz Fighter: http://seph.me/188Z43j

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The Chaser Shine Pomade> http://seph.me/12mkuFH

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Cream Soda Smoothing Cream> http://seph.me/12hTuDC

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moto62

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thank you! i'll check them out! this was awesome btw to get advice from you alli!

gonedirtbiking94

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Hi Alli! I have long thick wavy hair. I have the hardest time blow drying my hair like seriously the only time I blow dry my hair is when I get it cut once a year. I understand the concept of sectioning the hair off and stuff, but I can never get my hair under control. I use a cheap Conair blow dry that was $30 at Target and a Nexus frizz fighting cream when I try to blow dry.  Would you say I might need a special blow dryer or different products in my hair? I need help!

lawstudentks

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I want tips on using dry shampoo to preserve a style.  I can easily get away with going a few days between shampoos, but the dry shampoo buildup can get annoying. How much dry shampoo should I be using and should I use it starting the second day? 

alliwebb

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Hi Everyone! So excited to talk all things hair!

mhiley

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I have thick hair.  Is it imperative that I begin drying when it's still very wet, or is it fine to let it air dry significantly before I begin styling?  I wear my hair in loose waves.  Thanks!

LeeLee1234

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What products do you recommend for oily hair? My scalp is super oily and my ends are dry. Thank you!

alliwebb

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Hi try our Happy Hour Shampoo... it really cleans the scalp and helps eliminate oils! For Dry ends, try The Chaser or 100 Proof - they will give you a some hydration and lots of shine.

 

Happy Hour Weightless Shampoo> http://seph.me/12Ec6O6

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The Chaser Shine Pomade> http://seph.me/12mkuFH

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 100 Proof Treatment Oil> http://seph.me/1535uLe

liveinlovexx

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Hi Alli,

Please help! I have naturally very thick hair, that is wavy/curly when I scruntch it after the shower! I always straighten it because if I don't it gets frizzy. I also have color treated hair, and want to maintain that color, I don't want my gel or moouse to strip it. I've tried some products to keep my hair natural and curly but most just make it greasy and it still seems to poof up or frizz. What could I use to get my hair to be a little more sleek and controlled, without feeling weighed down and disgusting?! Thanks!

Spyski

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Hello there, first off what a great innovative idea in having a "cocktail bar" for your hair! You guys should expand to Florida btw. It would be the perfect battling ground with its humidity!

 

I have a question though, instead of using heating tools for soft waves, do you have any tips on how to achieve that effect?

alliwebb

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I agree, I grew up in Boca Raton! Don't worry... we will get there :smileyhappy:

 

You can absolutely get wave by using the right brush - our Full Pint or Half Pint (depending on the length of your hair) can really help give you a nice wave. The ceramic barrel heats up from the dryer and has the same effect an iron would... Be sure to work in small, manageable sections! 

 

Check out my how-to video to see how! http://www.thedrybar.com/videos/

 

Full Pint Medium Round Brush> http://seph.me/1bopzAn

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luvmygloss99

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Hi Alli!

 

I have very fine wavy hair-what do you recommend to reduce frizz and give some shine without weighing my hair down? Thanks! :smileyhappy:

alliwebb

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Hi! You need a good mouse that will give you body, but is lightweight enough to not weigh your hair down. You will love our Southern Belle Volumizing Mousse... It will def give you some shine too. Oh, I'd start with Hot Toddy will also help with the frizz - apply both when your hair is wet!

 

Southern Belle Volumizing Mousse> http://seph.me/1308xRp

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Hot Toddy Heat Protector Frizz Fighter> http://seph.me/188Z43j

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rinner

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Hi Alli,

My hair refuses to hold any curl or wave at all!  Any tips?

Thanks so much

alliwebb

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You are not alone.. first of all, when you blow your hair - you should not air or rough dry it. Try to set the curl in with a ceramic barrel brush, like the Half or Full Pint. Be sure to work in clean, small sections and roll each section around the brush until its dry. You can even leave the brush in your hair (brush set!) to allow the hair to cool in the brush. This will really help set the curl and give you volume. Also, try Southern Belle and Detox, Dry Shampoo for some added body at the roots. Good Luck!

 

Full Pint Medium Round Brush> http://seph.me/1bopzAn

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Southern Belle Volumizing Mousse> http://seph.me/1308xRp

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Detox Dry Shampoo> http://seph.me/18NtlUv

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ChelseaU

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Hey Ali,

 

I'm in the event planning industry, so my question is related. What do you predict or are seeing for bridal hair styles for summer weddings? Also, what is your suggestion on keeping your hair heat-proof during the summer months?

 

Thanks! 

alliwebb

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I think brides are going for more natural hair, such as our Mai Tai or Cosmo Tai. Loose waves and curls. Braids, especially around the face are a big trend right now too...

 

Protect your hair in the summer with Hot Toddy Heat Protector and Frizz Fighter!

 

Hot Toddy Heat Protector Frizz Fighter: http://seph.me/188Z43j

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carriefelice

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Hi Alli,

 

I have long brown hair that is mostly straight but the back tends to be a bit wavy and unless I straighten it daily, I always have an odd curl in the back. Any suggestion on how to tame the wave without a daily flat iron?

Ascotty

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Hey Alli,

 

Having Asian hair can be a hastile sometimes when it comes to holding a curl or getting a nice beachy wave to stay. What tricks, tips or products do you have for girls with this problem?

 

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