If there’s one hairstyle that works perfectly with second-day hair, it’s this. Classy and elegant, it can be easily pulled together in minutes. For a more polished look, wrap a section of hair around your elastic band.
Top knot + baby braids
Turtleneck, inner vest, vest, and pants, Tory Burch
For two trends in one, wear your hair in an updo and leave the two front sections on each side loose. Finally, braid each section in a three-strand style.
This season’s take on the red carpet classic is neither fussy nor complicated. For best results, work with your hair and not against it. Scrunch your strands with texturising spray to create definition and boost volume.
Bangs that go high above the eyebrows are great for opening up the face and accentuating the cheekbones. If you’re not ready to take the plunge, you can always fake it with faux bangs. Spritzing dry shampoo on mini bangs can help to reduce oiliness, and add body and texture.
To get this look, you’ll probably need hair extensions, but it’s worth the effort, we promise. If you really must fake the illusion of Rapunzel tresses without extensions, lightly backcomb your hair before you start plaiting for more volume.
This story was first published in the October 2021 issue of Her World.