THE CUT Add some oomph (and sexy movement) with feathery layers that start at the jaw, advises Greene's mane man, Ted Gibson. "The pieciness in front will prevent the density of the hair from overpowering your face," he says.
STYLING SECRET Apply a straightening cream to wet hair and divide it into 3-inch sections. Dry with a flat paddle brush, pulling hair outward and holding the blow-dryer perpendicular to it.
SHORTCUT TO GORGEOUS "Don't bother starting from scratch," says Gibson. "It's easier to work the straight look on second-day hair." Simply mist the top layer with shine spray and flat-iron in 2-inch sections.
KEY TOOLS Kérastase Nectar Thermique, $39; kerastase-usa.com. Mark Salon Straight Shine spray, $6; meetmark.com. Ted Gibson flatiron, $175; tedgibsonbeauty.com.