Easy Natural Makeup and Hair How-Tos
Bare your natural beauty by knocking off these celebrity hairstyles and makeup looks
Copy this look:
Step 1: If your hair is not naturally wavy, follow these step-by-step instructions to add some curl and texture.
Step 2: When hair is dry, part your hair where you normally do, and loosely sweep hair to the side opposite your part.
Step 3: Twist the side ponytail into a low chignon and secure with pins. "The trick is [for the bun] to not be overly placed or done," says Knight, so your chignon shouldn't be tight or perfect.
Step 4: Pull out a few one-inch strands near your face and wrap them around a large-barreled curling iron to create loose, but polished face-framing waves. Don't love your curling iron? Check out these best and worst irons.
Step 5: Mist with flexible hold hairspray. Try Aussie Aussome Volume Hair Spray, $4.
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