So after years of blow drying your hair, you still can't get it tquite right, and it doesn't last nearly as long as you'd want. 

Have no fear, David Babaii is here! The celeb stylist and Blo Blow Dry Bars partner is dishing on all his blowdry secrets! Check out the first set here!

Shower Power. "In the shower, loosely wrap your hair into a soft cotton towel to keep any moisture and humidity from seeping into your do," Babaii said. "Shower caps are great, but I feel they tend to flatten your hair and cause your head to sweat while a cotton towel allows your head to breathe."

Roll Out. To refresh your volume or waves, David says to invest in Velcro rollers (jumbo to medium sizes). "Before your first cup of coffee or stepping into the shower, simply roll your fringe on a jumbo lifting the section to a 90 degree angle so you can maintain the volume."

"Do the same for the top, sides and back. If needed you can add a few more if you wish. Allow the Velcro rollers to stay in for about 30 minutes, then remove and finger comb your hair into place," Babaii instructed. "For beachy waves, opt for a professional grade beach spray then after spritzing, twist strands in various diameters to give life back into your Bo-ho chic look."

Round 'n' Round. A round brush (medium for short to chin length hair and large for longer hair) can also quickly smooth any flaws from sleeping or a shower. Babaii says it can also be used to retouch your fringe as well.

"Simply use a nozzle attachment on your blow dryer to have more air concentration; then take your round brush on your dry hair wrapping your fringe evenly over the brush followed by a blast of hot air then a shot of cool," the expet explained. "Roll the brush a few times if your hair has a stubborn streak to it."

"You can use the same technique anywhere your hair needs a quick touch-up."

Look out for the last set of tips from David Babaii coming soon!