Ever look at those glossy photos of your favorite celebrities and think, “How did they get their hair to look so good?!” We have a secret for you: They didn’t. Their stylist did. Celebrity stylists have an arsenal of tricks and tips up their sleeves to get tresses looking great. Lucky for us, Tippi Shorter, stylist to stars such as Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson, shared her top 10 hair styling tips on Coco and Crème. Here’s how to do it like a pro and make your hair look full and gorgeous.

•    Start with clean hair. But if you don’t have time to wash tresses and don’t have dry shampoo or baby powder, just wash the top part of hair that’s oily. Part your hair where it’s oiliest, then wash and dry, and voila!

•    Oh, and clean your brushes, too. Wash hairbrushes and tools twice each week to prevent oily buildup.

•    Conditioning is key. Store your leave-in conditioner in the fridge for an extra hair boost. The cold helps close the hair shaft cuticle once it’s applied.

•    Once more, conditioning is key. Try this deep-conditioning treatment: Put a damp towel in the microwave for 45 seconds and wrap around conditioner-slathered curls. (Look out, Beyonce!)

•    Before you dry, make sure to detangle hair. In fact, always untangle hair when wet to help prevent breakage.

•    Now you’re ready to style. After you blow-dry hair, lower your head, then switch the dryer to the cool setting. Blast hair at random for a few minutes. This technique creates pockets of air that make hair look extra full.

•    If you use a flat iron, power dry your hair with your hands and not a brush. This will take away some of the styling stress on your strands.

•    If you’re teasing your hair, leave out the front section. You don’t want to see through the strands.

•    Don’t apply hairspray directly onto your ’do. Instead, spritz a brush or styling tool with hairspray for better and more even distribution of product on tresses.

•    Finish your style with a touch of pomade. Apply with a toothbrush, to keep flyaways in check.

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