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26 July 2017

How to beat the heat and deal with sticky summer days with super frizz-proof styles

STICKY summer days can play havoc with your hair but it’s easy to beat the heat with one of these fab, frizz-proof styles.

These dos will sort airless days at work, balmy nights on the town, humid afternoons shopping and sweltering weekends at the beach.

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Here’s some tricks to keep your hair frizz-free and fabulous this summer[/caption]

Here, celebrity stylist and Charles Worthington brand ambassador Ken O’Rourke shows LYNSEY CLARKE how to create these three stunning looks at home.

Seaside Braid

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1. Create side parting and tie most of your hair into a low ponytail, leaving a section loose at the front. From the parting, take three strands of the section and French plait by wrapping the right over centre and then the left over centre[/caption]

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2. Repeat, adding more hair from each section as you move diagonally towards back of head. Adding more hair to the front strand each time will lift the plait[/caption]

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3. Secure braid with band. Release rest of hair from ponytail and pin up top section of hair. Pin braid to head using grips. Then release the top section and loosen with fingers. Spritz on Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray (£4.66, Boots) to add volume[/caption]

 

Surf Plait

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1. Tie hair into a side ponytail. Add some Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Hair Oil (£6.99, Boots) to an oval make-up brush and then smooth over from the parting towards elastic[/caption]

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2. Split your ponytail into two sections to start fishtail plait. Take piece from first side and pass to second side. Then repeat from other side. Alternate and secure at end with band.[/caption]

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3. Stretch out the braid using fingers so it looks messier. Tie a ribbon over the bottom band. Fold braid under, looping ribbon over the band at top of ponytail and securing hair in a bow[/caption]

Beach Bun

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1. Section hair from ear to ear, securing the back section with a band and separating the top half into three sections then securing into buns with grips[/caption]

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2. For each front section, take a segment from hairline and plait. Then take a piece of hair from either side of that plait and French plait using the plait as the third piece – creating a plait within a plait[/caption]

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3. Braid all three sections together and wrap plait around ponytail band. Backcomb ponytail, using Fudge Professional Salt Spray (£9.56, lookfantastic.com), for added texture. Roll pony around plait into messy bun and secure with grips[/caption]


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