Weekend chic: 5 easy hairstyles anyone can do
From the article : Weekend chic: 5 easy hairstyles anyone can do
The weekend is here and to help yours look as great as possible, we have five easy hairstyles that anyone can do. Whether you're staying in or going out, your lovely locks will look great!
1/ 1. High volume curls
Voluminous waves are a big deal this season, so if you have naturally curly hair, show off those gorgeous curves with a swept-back look.
How to style it: Apply Advanced Hairstyle CURVE IT Curl Taming Cream to damp hair and dry with a diffuser. Once dried, sweep your hair back off your face and set with a generous mist of hairspray.
2/ 2. Messy waves
Bed head hair is another huge trend right now which means it's a totally acceptable way to wear your mane in public, and a surprisingly pretty one!
How to style it: Apply Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Tousle Waves Spray throughout then blow-dry your hair in large twisted sections. Once dried, muss with your hands and fix with hairspray.
3/ 3. Deconstructed chignon
If you love the idea of an updo, but don't really feel like styling one, this undone look is a great alternative.
How to style it: Part your hair in the middle, then spray it all over with Advanced Hairstyle SLEEK IT Strand Smoother Serum Spray to add shine and tame flyaways. Next, gather your hair back and tie it into a messy low knot and tease a few pieces loose at the front to frame your face.
4/ 4. Half-up waves
Half-up hairstyles are a great way to create a gorgeous hairstyle with only half the effort of something all-up.
How to style it: Create the messy waves as mentioned above. Take a section of hair from either side of your face, loosely twist them both, then pin them together at the back.
5/ 5. Textured ballerina bun
Simple yet practical, a ballerina bun will take you everywhere from the laundromat to the red carpet!
How to style it: Sweep your hair up into a high pony, then twist and pin it into a bun. With a small amount of Advanced Hairstyle TXT IT Deconstructing Gum, muss the top and sides to add texture.
Which style will you try first this weekend?