Revive a Day-Old Blowout
If you don’t have an hour to wash and blow out your hair, fake a fresh style fast by using three big Velcro rollers on just your face-framing strands. Put one at the top of your hairline and one at each temple. Mist them with hair spray to help dry up any oil and set the hair in place. Blast the rollers with your hair dryer, then leave them in for five minutes. The end result: a style that looks like you just slaved over it.
Do the Lazy Updo
Fast-track an updo by teasing the hair around the crown of your head with a fine-tooth comb then giving it a shot of hair spray. Next, brush the hair to smooth it out a bit and pull everything back into a high, loose bun, allowing a few pieces to fall around your face.
Revive Your Roots in Record Time
When you need to oomph up flat hair on the double, rub a tiny dab of a lightweight sculpting wax between your palms until you just see a bit of sheen on your hands, then scrunch up your roots. You’ll bulk up fine hair without weighing it down if you stick with a light water-based version.