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Chic & Easy Hairstyles for Monsoon

Come monsoon and your hair changes from being a masterpiece to a wet frizzy mess. The humidity in the monsoon air tends to make your hair frizzy thus producing flyaways and unruly and unmanageable hair. Let’s understand that monsoon doesn’t quite agree with hair, in general. But if you think you can’t do much about it, you’re not quite right.

All you need to do is treat your tresses with gentle care and simple solutions to tame that frizz. Then follow our super-smart and easy-to-do hairstyles for monsoon. We promise, you’ll love styling your hair every monsoon!

WATERFALL BRAID

This one is a really cool hairdo that ups your style quotient in a jiffy.

How to do it:

  1. Apply a hint of Livon serum from the middle to the ends of the hair to realign the hair cuticles and make your hair smoother. This will reduce the frizz and make you twist and turn your hair anyway you like.
  2. Starting near your hairline, pick up three strands of hair, as if you’re starting a French braid.
  3. Cross the strand closest to the top of your head over the middle section.
  4. Cross the bottom section over the middle section.
  5. Cross the new top section over the new middle, and then the bottom over the middle.
  6. Drop the middle strand down, so it blends in with the rest of your hair.
  7. Pick up a piece about the same size from near your part. This strand becomes your new top section. Cross it over the middle to continue the braid.
  8. Cross the bottom strand over the new section and repeat steps all the way around your head.
  9. Secure the braid behind your ear with a bobby pin.

PONYTAIL BUNS

This will take you a few minutes and make you look like you’ve walked fresh out of a salon.

How to do it:

  1. Apply a hint of Livon serum to make your hairstyle last longer. The trick is to apply it to your hair just before styling it.
  2. Take 2-3 drops of the serum on your palms and run your fingers through your hair to evenly spread the serum.
  3. Flip your head upside down and pull your hair into two loose ponytails, as high or as low as you’d
    like it.
  4. Don’t use a comb or worry about your strands being perfectly slicked back—some bumps are ok.
  5. Twist the hair and spin it around the base of the ponytails, continuing to wrap below the buns.
  6. Make sure to leave the tail out at the end.
  7. Secure them with a hair elastic and bobby pins.

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