Your fabulously styled hair CAN look enviably gorgeous for more than just a day—with a few simple tweaks, you can flaunt two great styles in just one hair wash! Let us show you how…
♥ Run some volumising cream through your freshly washed hair and let it air dry slightly.
♥ Blast-dry your hair on the cold setting, tousling your locks with your hand as you go.
♥ Take a large round brush, wrap a section of your hair around it and carefully blow-dry it on the medium heat setting. Repeat this with all the remaining sections.
♥ Finish by spraying a small quantity of a sea salt spray for some added texture.
Sleek Braided Ponytail
♥ Apply a coin-sized amount of a smoothing cream to your second-day hair. This, combined with the natural greasiness of the hair, will give you the smooth look required for this look.
♥ Take a small section of hair near your temple and create a tight side-braid.
♥ Comb all your hair back and pull it into a low ponytail, and pull in the braided section as well. Secure this with a hairtie.
♥ Pull out a small section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the hairtie to hide it and to add some sophisticated adornment to the style.
♥ Start with freshly washed hair, coated thoroughly with a strong-hold curling cream.
♥ Divide your hair into small sections and use a thin-barrelled curling tong to curl each section into tight ringlets.
♥ Do not brush or comb the hair—let the tight ringlets stay as they are for this iconic look.
♥ You can spritz a gloss spray on to give your hair some added shine.
Pulled-Back Curly Braids
♥ By day 2, your corkscrew By day 2, your corkscrew curls will have relaxed slightly. Start by creating a deep middle parting.
♥ Pull the hair on the side back and start creating a side-braid on each side, all the way till the crown.
♥ Pin both these at the crown, Pin both these at the crown, using bobby pins, such that it gives the illusion of a half- up style. Let the rest of the hair stay loose.
♥ Pull out a few tendrils at Pull out a few tendrils at the front for a face-framing effect.