Easy Ways To Jazz Up Your Current Haircut
Feeling bored with the same hairstyle everyday? Well, you don't need to go drastic like Emma Watson, there are a few ways you can play with your current haircut and transform your look in seconds. Get ready to give your hair a boost with little effort and enjoy the warm season in style now!
1. Go retro and sweet
Ginnifer Goodwin usually rocks a pixie haircut that is edgy and boyish— but by styling the short locks in soft, retro finger waves, she looked all the way sweet and feminine at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards.
To recreate this style, wet hair with volumizing gel and comb hair slightly forward. Roll the pieces closest to your face into small curlers, leave in for about 10 minutes and release. Smooth the strands with hairspray for hold and shine.
2. Play from straight to curly
There's no better way to take a sleek straight bob to a whole new level than by curling it. Ditch the dull straight locks and flaunt beachy, alluring waves for a new sexier you, just like Miley Cyrus did here.
You simply need a curling iron or even a 1” flat iron to get this look, like the Hot Tools Professional Spring Curling Iron or Solia Pink 1" Ceramic Flat Iron.
3. Shine with blonde
Another simple way to turn heads without chopping off your locks is to change your hair color. Dye your hair bright blonde like Rihanna, which will surely make you shine in the crowd.
4. Stay on-trend with bangs
Bangs make a big comeback this year and it is an easy trend to catch up. If you are still rocking long face veiling layers, follow Kim Kardashian to switch up your look with thick, eyebrow-skimming fringe. It is just in time for the season.
5. Plait and pull aside
A fresh, romantic side braid made Shailene Woodley stand out at the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards. She allowed bits of hair out of the braid for extra youthful flair.
To get the look, just sweep your locks over one shoulder, braid it till the end and secure with a rubber band. Pull out a few pieces on the other side to frame the face.
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