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Long hair with layers.
Why you should try it: "This cut's good for long, wavy hair that's not too tight or curly," says Mancuso. "This cut could be dangerous and a bit of a commitment for those with curlier hair." Taylor Swift shows how this cut gives hair soft, loosely spiraled curls. To get this look:
Step 1: Apply a mousse with conditioning ingredients through damp hair (Mancuso loves Nexxus Mousse Plus Volumizing Foam Styler, $10.99.) Mancuso recommends using a mousse instead of a curling spray, because sprays can be too heavy and will cause hair to look overly coiled.
Step 2: Blow dry hair at the roots, then use a diffuser to blow dry the ends.
Step 3: Add a defining cream to your curls. Mancuso says, "You want to define the curls, but you want to let some of the natural texture come through."
Step 4: Wrap sections of hair around a large 1-inch barrel curling iron. Try Remington T| Studio Pearl Ceramic Professional Styling Wand, $29.99.
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