Summer in a nutshell? Humidity sucks, and every minute you spend under a blowdryer in 80-degree-plus heat is a minute of your life you're never getting back. But, anyone who’s perfected the at-home blowout also knows that eschewing heat tools while maintaining frizz-free strands with a bit of volume isn't easy. Yes, air-dried looks are a delicate dance.
These styles are little less structured, a tad freer — more Norma Jean Baker than Marilyn Monroe, if you will. And, since we all use the same "tool" (the air) to create them, what really makes the difference for heat-free styling is the products you use. So, we’re breaking down the best wares for air-drying your hair without sacrificing style. Ahead, how to look as if you’re happily living in a Free People catalog (follicularly speaking).
Down-filled parkas and puffer jackets talk a big talk when it comes to bad weather. But, really, how can you tell the one you're thinking about buying online or trying on in a toasty dressing room will actually hold up to colder-than-cold temperatures and other inclement scenarios? A lot more goes into this purchase than read
Over-the-knee boots are almost unanimously beloved. If you're averse to pants, the leg coverage allows you roam free without the constraint of trousers. On the other hand (er, foot), the style adds an extra layer of calf protection over your favorite pair of jeans. No matter how you wear 'em, they're likely a staple in read