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3 Ways To Fix A Winter Hair Disaster

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    In true Chicago form, 2014 rolled in with a blizzard and extra-frigid temps — so much for that blowout you booked so far in advance. You've got an entire winter ahead of you, so there are plenty of snowy commutes on the horizon (wah-wah!).

    Still, there's no need to sit around the rest of the day (or night!) with limp locks — at least, not as long as you've got some killer DIY expertise at your frostbitten fingertips. So, with the help of Stevie Smith of Smith and Davis Salon, we present you with three perfect 'dos for fixing any cold-weather hair disaster — that dreadful wintry mix included. Oh, and did we mention that they were super easy, too? From an updo with purposely exposed bobby pins to a textured bob to a bun that doesn't require a hair-tie, these hairstyles will make you happy you got caught in a snowstorm.



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