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Frizz Free Hair — Get Reese Witherspoon’s Hair This Winter

Thu, November 12, 2015 3:16pm EDT by Dory Larrabee Add first Comment
Frizz Free Hair

We’re barely into the fall season and the cold and changing weather is already wreaking havoc on my hair. Here’s expert advice on how to fight frizz!

Reese Witherspoon‘s hair at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in NYC on Nov. 9 was static-free, frizz-free and totally shiny and healthy. Her hairstylist is breaking down her top tips and sharing advice for you to have shiny, sexy strands all year long.

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Nexxus New York Salon Care Celebrity Stylist Lona Vigi created Reese’s simple, classic look, saying: “Reese and I chose to keep her hairstyle sleek and classy to accept her well-respected award and complement her intricate, detailed dress.”

Here’s the how to:

“1. Start by washing hair with Nexxus New York Salon Care THERAPPEE Rebalancing Shampoo and Nexxus New York Salon Care HUMECTRESS Restoring Conditioner.

2. Prep towel-dried hair with Nexxus New York Salon Care MOUSSE PLUS Volumizing Mousse to add natural, long-lasting volume, and blow dry the hair straight, section-by-section.

3. Once the hair is dry, create a sleek, deep side part and apply a small amount of the Nexxus New York Salon Care OIL INFINITE Nourishing Oil to tame fly-aways and add shine.

4. Finish the look by tucking hair behind ears and spray Nexxus New York Salon Care FRIZZ DEFY Finishing Mist to provide touchably soft, long-lasting hold.”

Frizz Free Hair — Copy Reese Witherspoon’s ‘Glamour’ Awards Hairstyle

Normally, I would say I have oily hair. I would not qualify my hair as dry, but in the winter, I do get static, and that signifies that my hair needs moisture. If you are afraid of oil, apply to hair (only mid-length to the ends) before bed and then shampoo out in the morning. You’ll get the benefit without the weight in your hair.

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— Dory Larrabee-Zayas