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This Hairstyling Tool Is a Miracle Worker Even for Beginners

No matter your skill level, the Dyson Airwrap Styler has you covered!
Dyson's Airwrap Styler has been chosen by the Preview team as the Best Hair Tool of 2019. This and 24 other products were reviewed by 25 real girls for this year's Preview Girls' Choice Awards to see if they truly deserved their
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Should You Be Brushing or Combing Your Hair?

Don't tear your hair out: You only need to know what's best for you.
While heat-styling tools have relieved us from the rollers that had to be kept on from sleep to breakfast to just before hitting-the-ground-running, they won't enjoy as much praise without their best assistant, the hair brush. Sidekicks they may be but, truth
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How to Curl Your Own Hair Like a Professional

Choose your weapons wisely.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it (because not all girls will!), is to tame your tresses as well as a seasoned stylist, such that no one will be able to tell you did it to yourself. We present you an
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How to Choose the Best Flat Iron for Your Hair

Straighten those tresses like a pro!
The 1970s was when women sported mid-parted, stick-straight locks that fell way past the waist, which one could only get by trusting a friend enough not to toast one's locks as she quite literally ironed it in much the same way we
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LOTD: This Is the Hair Product John Valle Uses on All His Celeb Clients

The celebrity hairstylist reveals his secret.
Hairstyling usually means spraying your locks with a vast cocktail of products. There's heat protectant spray, volumizing spray, texture spray—you catch the drift. But as effective (and necessary) as those products are, hair prep actually starts the moment you wash your hair.Celebrity
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7 Kinds of Hair Brushes You Need to Know About

Know what best suits your locks.
Hairstylists stock up on different brushes for a reason. They deal with different clients with different hair types, needs, and requests, which means their tools should make them ready for anything. And if you want to achieve the same pro-level looks that
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Here's How You Can Make Men's Hair Products Work for You

Because everything is unisex.
Sleek and brushed back, cropped and sculpted, clean and dandruff-free—these are the heady ideals you'll want to master. Guess what? You can achieve all of it with products originally meant for men. Find out how below!1. GelMade for thicker hair, gel provides
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10 Volumizing Products That Will Give Life to Your Limp Hair

Unlock your hair's Victoria's Secret potential.
Bad hair days are highly subjective; it could mean flat hair for some, and extra curly for others. But one thing's for sure—adding a bit of volume and body to your locks is a foolproof fix, and you don't even need to