The part is natural and imperfect with a bit of a broken side bang. If you have trouble getting the perfect blowout at home using a round brush, then take this shortcut from Moodie. "Use a paddle brush like a Mason Pearson, which actually isn't completely flat because the padding on it makes it curved," he explained. Also, take advantage of a straightening iron's curvature on the ends. "Go through with a flat iron so you make a slight bend, so it feels blow-dried not ironed," he added.