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Fall 2014 Hairstyles

Image 3I’m addicted to professional blowouts. Whenever I travel for business, I like to start out the trip with a visit to the nearest salon that only does what my grandmother would have called a “shampoo and set.”

It what women used to get done during a weekly salon visit until the simple, natural styles of the 70s meant we only went to salons for cuts or color.

Still, more frequent blowouts these days would break the bank, so learning how to replicate salon style at home is uber important.

Thank goodness expert advice is available through videos and style blogs, and great styling products are available for every budget.

We’re working with Global Influence to bring you this sponsored content from TRESemme. With TRESemme’s styling products and professional advice, you can now have rock-star hair on any budget.
Walmart and TRESemme have teamed up to help you get salon gorgeous hair this VMA season.

Amp up your style!

Get VMA style when you amp up your look with these five red-carpet worthy looks from TRESemme and professional stylists. Sleek all week? A shiny, low pony tail? Big, bouncy hair with volume that won’t quit? Check out video tutorials for TRESemme VMA styles.

These styling tutorials will show you how to recreate the hottest fall 2014 hair styles in a few simple steps. The pumped up pony, super sleek look, rock ‘n roll waves, or full blown volume will have you shining like a star.

Anne Parris

Anne Parris is a managing partner Midlife Boulevard. Her personal blog, Not A Supermom, is your typical mommy blog that her kids say used to be funnier. Anne has a business degree and a dusty résumé from a top accounting firm and a Fortune 500 company, which she reminds herself of every time she is washing underpants. She lives with her family in Virginia and blogs mostly to support her coffee habit.

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