How to: Embrace the frizz
Stock up on this new sea salt spray and ace these summer hairstyles
Arm yourself with a handful of bobby pins and twist wet hair into four sections. Blast-dry and open up the twists. Spritz sea salt spray, flip your mane over and scrunch. Finger-comb your tresses back into a low, loose bun, and don’t worry about the flyaways.
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While your hair is still wet, divide it into six or eight sections, twist each part and pin up. Blow-dry with hot air and open up the coils. Apply texturising spray from the mid-lengths to the ends, and scrunch for more definition. Use a wide-toothed comb to scrape it back into a loose ponytail.
Detangle wet hair with a wide-toothed comb and use the sea salt spray to enhance its texture. Let it air-dry while you scrunch the ends. Once dry, create a deep side-part and sweep a section across your forehead. To complete this quintessential '70s style, pin this section of hair above the ear with a slim barrette.
There's a new sea salt spray out now: L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.Art Beach Waves (Rs 700). And it gives a tousled, sexy, matte effect without looking too wild. We round up three looks off the runway to try with this product.
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