Brush thoroughly to detangle your locks.
Tie a high ponytail and secure with an elastic band. Then slide the doughnut down to the base of your ponytail.
Look down, and spread all your hair around the doughnut so you cover it up and have a small hole left in the centre (just like a doughnut).
Secure this shape by tying an elastic band around the base of the doughnut you just formed. Wind the rest of the hair (the length left free beyond the elastic) around the doughnut at the base and secure with bobby pins. If your hair tends to look a bit messy or dry, spritz some Schwarzkopf Osis+Sparkler Shine Spray.
Begin by gathering your hair into a ponytail at the nape of your neck and securing it with a rubber band.
Now use your thumb and index finger or the tail of a comb to poke a hole in your hair just above the elastic band of your ponytail.
Now take your ponytail and loop it downward through the opening, creating a V.
Divide your hair into 4 to 6 sections.
Take a dry shampoo like L’Oreal Professionnel Tecni Art Fresh Dust Shampoo, and apply it from root to tips.
Now flip your hair over and spray some more dry shampoo from roots to tips, combing it with your fingers as you go along.
Using a blow dryer on a cool setting, fluff your hair for some extra body and bounce, and you’re done!
Don’t brush your hair; this look is perfect for a messy just-out-of-the-bed head. If you would like to add even more texture, use a spray like Toni & Guy Sea Salt Texturising Spray.
Take a section of hair above your ear on one side, and begin braiding it backwards across your head till you reach the the other side.
Gather up all your hair behind your ear on the other side and wind it around into a super messy bun. Secure it in place with bobby pins.
Add a smoothing serum before tying your hair into a sleek, low ponytail on one side.
Wrap a thin section of hair around your rubber band and pin it at the bottom of your ponytail, to conceal it.