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DIY Hair Blowout

Straightening your hair can be less of a hassle with these expert product picks.

By Dori Katz

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Top Hair Tools to Achieve the Maximum Blowout

John Frieda Salon Shine Dryer, $40
Use a lightweight ionic dryer with at least 1,800 watts for a sleek style. This one fits the bill.

Goody TangleFix, $9
Gets rid of knots gently and has an easy-to-grip shape.

Conair Tourmaline Ceramic Round Brush, $10
The ceramic barrel heats up like a hot roller, creating extra body and lift.

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Recommended Styling Products

It's a 10 Miracle Shine Spray, $20
A quick spritz of this dry oil -- light enough for all hair types -- will prevent frizz and flyaways.

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Göt2B 2Sexy Voluptuous Volume Spray Mousse, $6
The naturally derived rice starch adds fullness to fine hair.

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Nuance Salma Hayek Smooth & Shine Anti- Frizz Serum, $10
Seals in moisture and stops breakage.

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DryBar Cream Soda Smoothing Cream, $27
Tames coarse and curly locks without feeling stiff.

Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Family Circle magazine.

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