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THE PROCESS 1 Towel-dry hair and apply a vo­lu­miz­ing mousse, like Pan­tene Pro-v Vol­ume Boost­ing Mousse (tar­get .com, $5), to roots. Rough-dry with a blow-dryer and your fin­gers un­til hair is mostly dry. 2 Sec­tion hair into six parts: Di­vide hair in half from fore­head

to back of your head. Then di­vide these two halves into three mini sec­tions (top, mid­dle and back) and pin each into a loose bun. 3 Start with the back sec­tions. Us­ing a round brush, roll a small sec­tion from one side around it. Move the brush up and away from your face (this up­ward mo­tion is what’s go­ing to give you vol­ume!), hold­ing the blow-dryer with your other hand, fol­low­ing the brush. When dry, un­wind hair to re­lease it. Re­peat un­til the back sec­tion is dry and bouncy. Next, use this dry­ing tech­nique on the mid­dle sec­tion, work­ing your way up to the front on both sides, un­til your hair is fully dry. 4 To add vol­ume at the crown, grasp a large sec­tion of hair at the front of your head (tem­ple to tem­ple). Start­ing with the brush placed firmly be­hind the sec­tion, at the roots, roll the brush up­ward from roots to ends re­peat­edly with the blow-dryer mov­ing along with it in front of hair. OUR EX­PERT Alli Webb, founder of Dry­bar

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