Frequently Asked Questions

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A: To achieve the best styling outcome as possible, experts recommend that those with super fine hair use a smaller sized flat iron with 1-inch plates.

A: Actually, yes. When it comes to protecting the health and integrity of your locks while creating flawless styles, quality matters - and you get what you pay for. In addition to featuring materials that are gentler on hair, including ceramic and tourmaline, professional-grade styling tools get hotter faster, meaning less damage and better results.

A: All it takes is a dry shampoo and a hairbrush to create textured waves that are soft and defined. To achieve this look, spray your favorite dry shampoo onto a hairbrush. Then, brush it through wet, freshly washed locks, from root to tip.

A. This season, top designers from Miu Miu to Dior transformed simple ponytails, into righteous style statements. To get your own fresh take on the omnipresent ponytail, try a high, slicked back version, such as the ones seen at the Balmain show - which is guaranteed to add sophistication to your warm weather look. "It's long, smooth, and poker-straight," hairstylist Sam McKnight, who crafted the look, tells Vogue. To get the look at home, start with clean, flat-ironed strands. Next, brush a liberal amount of Frederic Fekkai Full Blown Volume Styling Whip Mousse, into the root of the hair, which is formulated to amplify and lift strands. Using a boar bristle brush to smooth down flyaways, comb strands into a high ponytail, and secure with an elastic band. To conceal the band, McKnight suggests wrapping a small section of hair around it. Secure the look with a pin for a fierce and flawless, everyday style.

A. Though blood red lips and graphic lids were prevalent on this season's runways, a barefaced look is considered timeless - and is always in fashion. But if you're looking to refresh your style, Vogue recommends a simple, yet impactful update: Give your skin a healthy glow, by donning a sun-kissed bronzer, such as ultra-sheer RMS Beauty Buriti Bronzer. "This is an easy look to interpret: Just focus on keeping it minimalist and creating gentle angles and depth,” makeup artist Fiona Stiles tells Refinery29. "It may not look like a lot of makeup, but you want to make sure you don't just seem washed out. By using a contour and/or a bronzer, you'll create depth, dimension, and warmth, giving a beautiful, subtle complexity to the look." To finish off the look, style your strands into polished, yet windswept, waves using Frederic Fekkai Soleil Beach Waves Tousling Spray, which is formulated to give hair sexy, beach chic texture and volume - in one simple, spray-on step.

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