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Hair · July 31, 2015

Embrace Your Frizz with 5 Styles That Actually Look Better in the Heat

Take Advantage of Volume with a Messy Low Ponytail

If sticky weather makes your hair expand, make the most of it with this go-anywhere style that can you can dress up or down. Spritz Bumble and bumble.s Thickening Hairspray on damp hair to coax out your natural wave, then rough up your hair with your hands as you blow it dry. Follow by blasting your roots with a texturizer like the Thickening Dryspun Finish, then tease hair at the crown before pulling it back into ponytail at the nape of your neck.

Use Frizz to Craft a Perfectly Imperfect Bun

It doesnt get much easier than a messy topknot, but YouTuber Tiffany Tongs tutorial goes beyond the basic bun with a clever hair hack: She uses a toothbrush not only to clean up around her hairline, but tease her roots, too. The technique works well with hair thats already slightly fluffy from humidity, and helps to soften up the style.

Tame Beachy Natural Curls with an Easy Updo

Just back from the beach? Make the most of your surfy curls by twisting them into this sky high updo from vlogger Naptural85. If your hair is parched from the sun and saltwater, add a few drops of R+Co Tinsel Smoothing Oil for shine and softness.

Skip Your Blowout for a Textured Half-Up Twist

This easy two-strand braid from Twist Me Pretty looks coolerand is easier to executewhen your hair has a rumpled, second day finish. Plus, pulling the front pieces off your face helps make imperfect strands look a bit more polished. For added control as you braid, rub a bit of PARLOR by Jeff Chastain Reworkable Hold Paste between your fingertips before getting started.

Make the Most of a Wild Bob with Styled Waves

Bob-length hair looks effortless when styled with a slightly bedhead-y texture, and a little bit of weather-induced fuzziness only enhances the effect. This tutorial from Jenn of Clothes Encounters shows three ways to make waves, whether you prefer to air dry, blow hair with a diffuser, or use a curling iron. Create the perfect foundation by prepping hair with a curl-defining styling cream (we love Living Proofs) and a mousse like Oribes Surfcomber Tousled Texture Mousse.

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