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1 Curling Iron, 5 Gorgeous DIY 'Dos

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    Remember that juicer you bought that was full of promise to turn you into a green-juice machine? Or, the yoga mat that was going to make you bend in wonderfully impossible ways and instead has been sitting in a sad corner gathering dust? If your curling iron is the latest to join your Never Been Used purchases, you're not alone.

    Even though we all may own a curling iron, it seems only a few of the hairstyling elite actually know how to use it. So, we reached out to celebrity hairstylist Adam Maclay from the Patrick Melville Salon. If you think your one-inch barrel is good only for those Kardashian curls of yore, think again. Maclay shows us how to use a curling iron to create five totally different looks. From ropey textures to braids cascading into waves, see how to put your curling iron to WERK. It's time to pull that iron out of retirement. As for your juicer, we hear apples go very well with celery.


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