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How to Master the At-Home Blowout, with Drybar

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Having your hair professionally dried, otherwise known as the blowout, isn't easily replicated at home. Ideally you need an extra set of hands, a surplus of time in the morning, and an improbable level of patience. In the video above,Drybar East Coast Lead Master Stylist Alexandria Ketcheson offers a few tips for how to get as close as possible to the real deal-the salon's signature "Straight Up" style-at home. Taming fly aways? Reaching the back of your head? It's all in there, as modeled by Racked intern Esther Levy-Chehebar.