Hot Hair: Eight Easy Summer Updos
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On unbearably hot days, go for the easiest hair option around! Sweep your hair into a high ponytail, twist the hair into a bun, and secure with pins (attach a fall to your pony if you’ve got short hair). Voila! Instant Sanaa Lathan-sexiness.
Cassie's look is a lot easier than it looks. To do, create a deep side part, and then French braid the top portion of your hair. Gather your hair and braid into an ear-level side ponytail, and twist into a bun.
If you have blunt bangs like Zoe Kravitz, simply flatiron your fringe and sweep the rest of your hair into a high, messy bun.
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To reproduce Keke Palmer's rumpled-chic style at home, create a deep side part and pull your hair into a loose, low bun, leaving out some face-framing tendrils on top. Wrap small sections around a 1/2 inch curling iron and finger-style. Don’t try to make it too neat—the messier this style is, the better!
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Elise Neal's 'do is both elegant and summertime friendly. To do, slick hair back into a low bun, leaving out shorter layers in the front. Use a curling iron to create wavy, face-framing tendrils.