• Step 1: Combine a nickel-size amount of styling lotion with a few drops of shine serum and apply onto damp hair. Use a paddle brush to blow dry and then small round brush to curl and twist in different directions. Step 2: Gather your length in back and secure into a low ponytail with an elastic band. Cover the band by winding it with a half-inch section of hair and tucking the ends into the band. Step 3: Mist hair with shine spray for added luster and hairspray for hold.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Starting with a messy center part. Then use a 2-inch curling iron to create Dobrevs loose messy waves. Step 2: Create a waterfall braid on one side of the head, finishing directly in the back of the head. Hold with a clip for the time being. Create the same waterfall braid on the other side. Step 3: Removing the clip from the other braid, attach the two by looping and creating a knot. Step 6: Finish by spraying the entire style with a light hold hairspray.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Gather all of the hair and start to twist the hair up into a French twist. Apply bobby pins while moving up the head to keep in place. Step 2: Once you get to the crown of your head, stop twisting, apply bobby pins underneath loose hair, and let the hair fall. Step 3: Pull the ponytail up and apply a volumizing spray underneath to get the volume on top. Step 4: Loosen hair around the ears so the style isnt too structured. Apply a strong hold hairspray to hold the look in place.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Use a texturizing spray to get a rougher texture for this braid. Step 2: Pull hair to one side and start to braid. Finish with an elastic at the very tip of the hair. Step 3: Tug at the hair just above the ears to get volume on the sides and continue throughout the plait for a messy finish. Step 4: Spritz a hairspray on the braid and lightly on the top of the hair, to keep in place.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Add a sea salt spray to hair to start with beachy waves. Step 2: Gather a small section of hair just above the right ear. Create a French braid down the hair line, ending behind the ear and braiding the remaining hair to the bottom of the strand. Step 3: Push the rest of the hair to the other side to create a deep side part and side swept do. Step 4: Finish by spraying with a dry shampoo to add volume.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Use a sea salt spray to get a rougher texture for this braid. Step 2: Pull hair to one side and start to braid. Finish with an elastic at the very tip of the hair. Step 3: Tug at the hair throughout the plait for a messy finish. Step 4: Spritz a hairspray on the braid and lightly on the top of the hair, to keep in place.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Dry hair with a paddle brush or large round brush, tilting the dryer downward so not to create frizz and flyaways. Step 2: Run a heated flat iron over locks, bringing the tool in toward your chin at the ends. Step 3: Use a small round brush to pull bangs tight, and angle a blow dryer downward to avoid creating frizz or flyaways. Step 4: Finish with a glossing serum or hairspray.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Spray hair with a sea salt spray. Scrunch hair with finger tips to get a rough texture. Step 2: Pull all of your hair into a loose chignon by finger combing back. Step 3: Pull strands out in front and on the bottom to create a disheveled look. Step 4: Finish with a light hold hairspray.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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  • Step 1: Add a shine serum to start hair off with a smooth texture for curling. Step 2: Use a 1 inch curling iron to create loose curls. Step 3: Brush curls out to loosen and create a natural look. Step 4: Use a light hold hairspray to hold curls in place.   Try on This Look in the Makeover Studio!
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