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How to do a 70s blowout

  • Step 1: Get maximum volume with minimal effort
  • Step 2: Get a big bouncy blowout
  • Step 3: Make your hairstyle hold
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The bouncy 70s blowout has a polished feel that will transport you back to the disco decade with the flick of a round bristle brush! Packed with all-day volume and touchable texture it embodies confidence, luxury and glamor.

This style is ideal for those occasions where you want to look perfectly put-together but keep hair loose and voluminous. You can also create a sleek version with curled-under ends to get that bouncy feel or go all out with bold waves.

And while it’s a hairstyle that naturally lends itself to glamorous evening wear, big, bold 70s blowouts can look equally amazing worn tumbling over the collar of a leather jacket or buttoned up wool coat. It’s the classic styles that are always the most versatile.

Whichever way you want to wear it, it’s easy to achieve with just a blow-dryer and a round bristle brush.

Here’s how to do a 70s blowout:

Step 1: Get maximum volume with minimal effort

Get maximum volume with minimal effort

Wash your hair with TRESemmé 24 Hour Volumizing Shampoo for a beautifully bouncy base without any weight. Infused with a vitamin blend and silk proteins it will make your hair easier to style and help you achieve your dream look. Apply a generous amount of TRESemmé 24 Hour Volumizing Conditioner from mid-shafts to ends. Run your fingers through your hair to detangle and rinse thoroughly.

Step 2: Get a big bouncy blowout

Make your hairstyle hold

Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle your ends and work your way up to the roots. As always, apply heat protectant spray to safeguard your tresses from heat damage. Then, rough dry your hair and blow out with a round bristle brush to create a natural, sleek finish. For a polished result coil hair under at the ends or create a curlier style with a large-barrel curling wand – always curling away from your face.

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Step 3: Make your hairstyle hold

Make your hairstyle hold

Run your fingers through your tresses and lightly tease your roots to create extra height. Once your curls are set, finish with TRESemmé Volume Thickening Spray to add instant lightweight volume and keep that sophisticated 70s style in place for longer.

Whether you’ve got an all-night disco to go to or simply want to add some old school glamor to your look, the 70s blowout is an easy, chic answer to ultimate hair confidence.