But going to the salon, ladies, we know a good blowout can cost time and money. Make them last, we have beauty tips from W magazine to keep them looking fabulous for up to a week. ABC Becky Worley... See More
But going to the salon, ladies, we know a good blowout can cost time and money. Make them last, we have beauty tips from W magazine to keep them looking fabulous for up to a week. ABC Becky Worley shows us how. Reporter: Ah, the salon blow out. How come I can't make it look this good at home? Sadly, the next day, the magic's gone. There are ways to make it last? For days? You can make a one-day blow out look great for for days in a row. Reporter: I need four days. First, no products on the first day at all. Not even hair spray. At night, satin pillow cases. No, for example. Put hair in a loose bun with a scrunchy. Yes, hello, 1980. And leave the front ends loose so they don't get scrunched. And day two, oil is the enemy. Keep your fingers off your hair as much as possible. But I think the second day hair looks good. By day three, my hair's looking tire. Do the flip for dry shampoo. Spray in the under layers, and it's got the thing it had the first day. Reporter: And baby powder, works like dry shampoo as a fraction of the cost. It's a little harder to ram. Do I look like George Washington? Now for the last day. I'm going camping, if my hair makes it through this, it will be a miracle. But I am bringing my satin pillow case. Day four. With the spritz of dry shampoo -- yeah, I packed that too, it looks pretty darn good. I'm a believer. For "Good morning America," Becky Worley, ABC news, Oakland, California.
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