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According to Ward, the biggest mistake a lot of people make is to shake the hairdryer at the hair, which makes it frizzy (and Kate is always frizz-free!).
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Another important tip is to make sure you’re using a real bristle brush.
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The blowout works best when the hair is 75-80 percent wet, which means you have to take 20 percent of the wet away before you start. To do that, dry the hair gently at a low speed.
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Lift the hair at the root and "rough dry" it in a controlled way — and most importantly, always use a nozzle!
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Kate’s look has to be achieve using rollers — each section of the hair is individually rolled. When you put the roller in, tightly roll the hair by lifting the hair up.
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Be sure to twist the hair around your fingers when removing rollers and lightly apply hairspray along the hairline. Blow dry at a low speed.
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Another big tip: Don’t overload your hair with products!
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Now you're ready to rock your 'do like a royal!
To see Ward in action, watch his full blowout tutorial here!
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