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3 Summer Styles With 3 Bobby Pins
Look #1 texturized ponytail
“Using a rubber band wrap with two hooks on the end, wrap it around and hook it in,” Tran says. Tran prefers Hair Bungees ($10) because “With rubber bands you have to twist and that sometimes messes up the hair too much.”
Next, Tran took a bit of loose hair from the bottom of Deutch’s ponytail and wrapped it around the band.
Prop It Up With Pins
“Take three bobby pins and criss-cross them in the back, right behind the ponytail, to give it some height,” Tran says. He says this little trick helps the ponytail stand up more and prevents it from collapsing.
Look #2 Curl
Tran wrapped Deutch’s strands around a 1-¼ inch wide curling iron, leaving the ends out, and alternating the direction of the curls. Then he raked his fingers through the curls to break them up.
Tran sprayed Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray ($42) onto Deutch’s roots and did some light backcombing.
Brush And Pin
To finish the look, Tran brushed Deutch’s hair out and added three bobby pins to anchor her deep side part.
Look #3 Tilted top knot
Before launching into this bun, Tran sprayed more Dry Texturizing Spray ($42) from Oribe (he goes through a can a week!). “The most important thing is having the hair dirty—it’s the texture that keeps everything together.”
“Smooth the hair around to the point where you want it and twist,” Tran says. He positioned Deutch’s cool-girl top-knot slightly off to one side.
Once you’ve spun all of your hair into a bun, pin it in place, using the same bobby pin technique—the first pin goes down into the bun, and the rest cross it.