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Sopping wet hair can take forever to dry. Make the process faster with the Goody Quikstyle Half-Round Styling Brush ($12, Target stores), which has water-wicking microfiber bristles. Or use the Panasonic EH-NA65-K Nanoe Hair Dryer ($180, shop.panasonic.com) -- its quick-dry nozzle disperses air in three directions to get the job done in record-setting time.Revive second-day hair.
For a quick volume boost, spray dry shampoo under the top layer of your hair to soak up oil, says Sarah Potempa, a celebrity hairstylist. A good one: Davines Hair Refresher ($28, davines.com for salons), which is delivered in a superfine mist that contains odor-absorbing molecules and won't look chalky. After rubbing it in, hit your roots with a little heat for instant lift. "It's like teasing but without the time and effort," Potempa says.Go glam post-gym.
Racing from your workout to a meeting? Wet hair can look pretty when pulled back into a sleek bun. The secret: Make a high ponytail, then slip it through the center of a bun maker, like Remington The Perfect Bun ($5, Walmart stores). Roll your hair up toward the base of your pony and bend the ends of the tool to form a perfectly shaped updo.
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