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Second-Day Hairstyles

Wake up in the morning and don't feel like washing your hair? Try these second day hairstyles!

Salon owner Erin Anderson says the best way to save a.m. time is to have a p.m. plan.

Faux Roller Set

  • Add mousse directly to the hair from root to tip. Then blow-dry.
  • When you wake up the next morning, put your hair on top of your head in a very high ponytail.
  • Curl big sections of the ponytail then spray with a medium hold hairspray.
  • Wait for the hairspray to dry and take the ponytail down.
  • Finger comb and leave wavy.
Messy, Curly Bun
  • Add volume powder to the roots to soak up excess oil (rub it in well).
  • Next, divide hair into two sections by separating the top section from the bottom section at your ears (from one ear to the other).
  • Clip the top section out of the way. Take the bottom section and create a little bun. Secure it in place.
  • Unclip the top section and start pinning small curls into the bun base. Keep it messy and keep pinning!
Short Hair Chignon
  • Add volume powder liberally to absorb oil and add texture.
  • Part the hair on the side.
  • Spray a hairbrush lightly with hairspray and brush back the sides behind the ears. Temporarily clip the sides of the hair in place behind the ears.
  • Put the rest of the hair in a low ponytail, but position the rubber band as far down the hair, near the ends, as possible.
  • Twist the ponytail. The length of the hair should start to disappear into the base of the hair near the neck.
  • Take a large hair pin and secure the twist.
  • Remove the side pins and add spray wax for texture.
For more information:
Erin Anderson, owner
Woodley and Bunny salons in Brooklyn and Los Angeles
www.woodleyandbunny.com

Special thanks to Tre Spa Salon

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