Get the Look: Brooke Charvet's Bright Blowout
1. Prep your hair with a relaxer such as Unite’s Lazer Straight. Then blow-dry your hair using a paddle brush or a jumbo round brush. Be sure to turn the ends under to keep the hair straight and prevent it from flipping out.
2. If your hair is curly or frizzy, spray Oribe Soft Lacquer hairspray on your sections and blow-dry from roots to ends to smooth the cuticle down. The Lacquer also has tremendous amounts of shine.
3. Finish the style off with additional Lacquer and touch it up a bit with a flat iron to really get polish and shine. (Extensions such as Hotheads will make your blowout last longer because they don’t absorb oils from your scalp and they enhance your natural color.)
Charvet parted her hair in the middle, but for this style you can part your hair on the side, as well.