How to Make an Updo Last

woman-flowered-shirt_300Styling your hair into an updo is no small feat­—and that’s why it’s so disappointing when your hard work literally falls apart mere hours later. Here’s how to make your style last… perhaps even up to the next day (which is an excellent excuse for going out twice).

According to Kristan Serafino, a celebrity stylist in New York City, start with clean, dry hair. Saturate your locks with mousse, and give the worked-in product a blast with a blow dryer. Then, tease your roots and sweep your hair up. That combination of the mousse’s tack and the tease’s texture will give you a stronger, longer-lasting hold.

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