7 Products That Will Extend Your Blowout

Nothing feels quite as good as a blowout—your hair is shiny, perfectly smooth and has bends and waves in all the right places. But how do you keep your hair looking this good after the first day? Trust these blowout extenders to keep your hair looking perfect for days on end.

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Big Sexy Hair Weather Proof Humidity Resistant Spray ($19)

Whether your battling snow, static or hot or cold weather, this light spray creates a barrier between your hair and the elements so that your style stays locked in and pretty much perfect.


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Bumble & bumble Pret a Powder ($27)

Part dry shampoo part volumizer, this loose powder instantly absorbs oil and perks up second- and third-day hair.


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Rusk Heatshift ($18)

This restyling cream lets you freshen up—or completely change—your style without the need to wet it and wash it. You can also use heat on the product (after it’s been applied to the hair) to reactivate it, too. 

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Philip B. Russian Amber Imperial Dry Shampoo ($40)

Besides the fact that this dry shampoo doubles as a hair perfume, it gives day-old (and beyond) blowouts a bump in volume and freshness and absorbs any oils on the scalp. 


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Kérastase Couture Styling Crème de la Crème ($39)

Despite the fact that you don’t use this cream on perfectly blown-out hair, the secret to a longer blowout is actually using this hair tamer after washing and before drying it. Ultra luxe, it keeps hair controlled while giving body and shape for a blowout that goes the extra mile.


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Peter Coppola Just Blow Blowout Spray ($24)

Loaded with heat-activated keratin, this hard-core frizz fighter leaves hair as smooth as silk—and the results last for days. 


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Obiliphica Professional Seaberry Moisture Cream ($28)

A unique take on the whole dry shampoo concept, this cream acts sort of like one. Use it on second-, third- or forth-day hair and watch it absorb into your strands in seconds, leaving it soft—you’re hair will look like you just had a blowout.