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Day Five

Dry shampoo from root to tip; the grip it gives preps my hair for an updo (topknot, anyone?). And after five days, it's time to lather, rinse, and repeat. (Trying to make it through another workout? Throw your hair into one of these double-duty workout hairstyles that look great while you sweat, and leave your hair looking even better after.)

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Day Two

I brush as little as possible to avoid distributing scalp oils throughout. I mist on a little more protective spray, then touch up my ends with a curling iron.

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Day One

Shampoo twice and condition. If I don't use Head & Shoulders Classic Clean ($5, walmart.com), I'm going down in flakes by day three. I apply a smoothing hair oil and mist my hair with a heat-protective spray—I like Philip B. Oud Royale Thermal Protection Spray ($28, philipb.com) because my hair never gets fried and it smells awesome—then blow.

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