Lauren Conrad’s side bun is messy enough that it gives off a relaxed feel, but is still sleek enough to keep tame during the summer heat. To recreate, use bobby pins that are more stretched out, which allow you to pick up more hair.
Survey Says: Curly Hair Is Having A Moment
If you embrace the messy look to begin with, frizz can’t get the better of your hair. To recreate Dianna Argon’s look, apply a texture spray like Big Sexy Hair Flip It Over Texture Spray ($18.95, ulta.com) and shake fingers through.
Top 15 Casual Updos
Instead of pulling your pixie back, you could just go straight up with your short locks like Charlize Theron. Use a texture paste like Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Texture Paste ($16.95, ulta.com) to avoid the gelled look.
20 Must-See Ponytails From Pinterest
Use the summer braid trend to your advantage and go for a look like Amanda’s. Keep long hair from sticking to your neck by braiding the whole head of hair and then wrapping it into a large bun. Secure with bobby pins.
The Best (And Boldest) Braids From Cannes
This feminine pixie is sure to keep longer front pieces from falling into your face. To get this look, use a cream mousse like Dove’s Nourishing Curls Style+Care Whipped Cream Mouse (3.94, ulta.com), then blow dry the sides away from your face with a medium round brush.
Try On Carey Mulligan’s hairstyles in the Try On Studio!
Humidity stands no chance against this French braided updo. To recreate, French braid hair on both sides of your head right above the ears, then twist the braids around one another once you reach the back of your head.
10 Long Bobs We Love
Who ever said you couldn’t wear short hair in a ponytail? Emily Blunt pulls her chin-length strands into a low pony. To avoid hair falling out, slick back the front two strands, and bobby pin them behind your ears.
18 Ways To Wear A Side Part
Even short hair can be bothersome during hot summer months. To keep it in control, slick it straight back off your face. To get a look like Hayden’s, take a small amount of gel, such as John-Frieda’s Frizz-Ease Clearly Defined Style Hold Gel ($5.39, target.com), and comb through with fingers for a less polished finish.
Just Chopped Your Hair? 5 Ways To Style Your New, Shorter Cut