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If you have short hair, simply try flipping your part. “Part your hair on the opposite side than you normally do and pin the other side behind your ear,” says Amelia Coyne, professional hair stylist and colorist at Aire Blow Dry Bar. “You can even flatiron for a trendy sleek look,” Coyne says.
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For short hair, add some volume with dry shampoo at the root. “Section out a Mohawk-like piece at the top of the head and blast with a dryer,” Coyne suggests. “This will absorb any oils but still give you some height for a just-blown-out look.” Here are some other great uses for dry shampoo.