Hot Roller Revival

Cheat A Blow-Dry With Tips From Joey Maalouf
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Inspiration: Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg (Fall 2013). Photo courtesy of First View.

We love our beloved bombshell styling irons just as much as the next girl, but sometimes you need to change things up. Presenting a classic alternative (or complement) to your curling wands, Team Zoe hair guru Joey Maalouf shares his tips for using hot rollers here. That’s right, your Grandmother’s go-to tresses tool is ready for a revival!

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Serge Normant Volumizing Spray, $23

Hair Volumizer

"On tousled dry or day-old hair, spray on Serge Normant Meta Lash Volumizer. It's best to spray on when hair is wet to create volume."

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Mason Pearson Tail Comb, $22

Sectioning Comb

"Divide your hair into three sections—one in the middle and one on either side." 

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Cloud Nine Hair Hot Rollers, $400

Hot Rollers

"Set your rollers. Use all big rollers on the top and smaller to medium-sized rollers on the sides and back—because that's where all of the length is. The smaller the roller, the longer the curls will stays. Leave them in until they cool down."

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Lea Journo Finishing Spray, $28

Finishing Spray

"Once your hair is cool, spritz the rollers with finishing spray and remove them. Flip your hair upside-down and use your hands to shake through it. Use a curling iron to touch up the front where needed." 

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Model, Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2013

Voila

"Take your runway-ready hair out on the town!"

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