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People always ask Kristen Philipkoski, blogger of Stylenik.com
, how she does her hair, so she shared her no longer-top-secret technique—and it's super-easy, she says. "After washing my hair (which I only do every couple of days whenever possible), I apply mousse, then twist approximately two-inch sections into ringlets. I like to twist them back and away from my face for a kind of Farrah look," Philipkoski explains. "But you can vary the direction for more of an 'S' wave. If I have time, I let it air dry like that. If I'm in a bit of a hurry, I'll blow-dry briefly first, then apply mouse and create the ringlets, and then blow-dry each section individually just for a few seconds each. The longer you leave the ringlets in the better." Once your hair is nearly dry, just comb your fingers through to get rid of the Shirley Temple look, give it a shake, and voila!
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