GIFT GUIDE: THE BLOW BAR

Wet locks are not fun in the winter. During this time of year, drying your hair is a must and blowing it out makes for a gorgeous winter hair-do. Using heat on your beautiful mane without protective serums and the right tools can really damage your hair’s cuticle. Luxury created this blow bar gift guide to share all that we have learned about protecting and maintaining your hair while still being able to style it.

 

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Frederic Fekkai Blowout Sealing Serum (Smoothes & Frizz Control) 50ml/1.7oz

Kerastase Materialiste All Over Thickening Spray Gel, 6.59 Ounce

Dove Advanced Hair Series Oxygen Moisture Root Lift Spray – 150 ml

Tresemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protect Spray 8 Ounce (235ml) (2 Pack)

OGX Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Voluminous Mousse, Flexible Hold, 8 Ounce

Verb Ghost Shampoo & Conditioner + Comb 12 oz

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer, White/Silver

Olivia Garden Nano Thermic Ceramic Ion Brush, 2 1/8 Inch

Harry Josh Pro Tools Harry Josh Ultra Light Pro Dryer

Spornette No.314 Deville Hair Brush

 

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