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As Interior Designers in Miami, one of the hottest cities in the country, taming your summer hair when at the jobsite in the middle of the summer with no air conditioning is a task in itself.

Lead designer, Margaret Smith, walks us through her routine:

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At our Miami Interior Design firm, our first priority when making a visit to one of our construction sites is to make sure that the General Contractor understands the amazing design we have created. One of the best ways to do this is to make sure you look the part!

We understand the challenges of humidity, hot temperatures and the glaring sun in the dead of summer, so we’ve got your back. Here are some tips on key products that keep our summer hair looking just as freshly styled from when you left your house in the morning to your 2pm jobsite visit.

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1. Tresemme Extra Hold Hairspray  always keeps my curls in tact! The best part is that my hair still feels silky smooth, not stiff like other extra strong hairsprays tend to do.

2. Goody Claw Clips These clips are great to keep in your bag. This way you can quickly whip up your hair in a top knot or half poney. Once refreshed and back at the office, there are no creases when you let down your hair

3. Moroccan Oil  Managing frizz…..what can I say. This is a forever battle for any South Floridian. First, squeeze out just a small drop and rub together on the palm of your hands, then gently smooth through your hair. Be careful not to load up at the top of your hair to avoid from looking greasy. Here’s a bonus, any oil left over, rub on your elbows to keep your skin baby smooth.


With these key products, we can easily go from a interior design job site visit to a client meeting so you can survive the summer too!

Check back soon for more beauty tricks from the DKOR Living Blog and be sure to follow along on Instagram.


“Our clients’ trust and belief in us as designers and a company, push us to have strong creative confidence that we project in our designs. Their trust drives us to constantly challenge ourselves to search within us and around us to be stronger designers.”

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