"For female anchors, it’s all about volume — hair height can slim a face and fight the flattening effect of 2-D TV. Hairstylist Gregg Giannillo uses a crimping tool called Voloom Rootie the Rootlifter ($129.99) — a recent update of a ’90s-style crimper.“It looks like a flatiron, but it has teeth that fit into each other on both sides of the iron,” says Giannillo, who works with Lara Spencer at ABC’s “Good Morning America.”He uses it to crimp roots just around the part, leaving a section of uncrimped hair that he then flips over the treated areas. And there you have it: plenty of height, sans shellacking with spray."
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