Easy Natural Makeup and Hair How-Tos
Bare your natural beauty by knocking off these celebrity hairstyles and makeup looks
Hair: Emma Watson"Emma's loose curl set is a perfect balance of styled, but not over-styled," says Knight. And it's easiest to recreate on naturally curly, thick or fine hair. Women with straight hair can also try the look, but it will take a little more time.
Copy this look:
Step 1: Start by applying a volume and texture boosting product to damp hair. Knight likes Aveda Volumizing Tonic, $14.
Step 2: If hair is naturally straight, blow dry it using only your hands. If your hair is naturally curly, use a flat paddle brush while blow drying to smooth hair.
Step 3: Once hair is dry, grab random one-inch thick vertical sections of hair in an off-set (think brick-like) pattern. Set each section with a mist of spray like Paul Mitchell Fast Drying Sculpting Spray, $17.99 before wrapping strands around a large-barreled curling iron. Leave the ends out and alternate the direction of the curls (curl some towards the face and others away from the face) until all of your hair is curled.
Step 4: Finish by spritzing curls with a light-hold hairspray. Try Dove Flexible Hold Aerosol Hairspray with Natural Movement, $4.99.
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