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Summer 'Dos

Choose a celeb, follow their lead, and get out of summer's beach wave rut with one of our favorite summer hairstyles.
  • Summer 'Dos
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  • Angela Lindvall
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    Angela Lindvall

    You don’t have to pull your hair back to rock a slicked-back side part.

  • Brit Marling
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    Brit Marling

    Or go the opposite route and let your part fall haphazardly. Secure a loose ponytail or braid and don’t worry about the layers that fall around your face.

  • Ashley Hinshaw
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    Ashley Hinshaw

    A high ponytail, secured at the crown, shows off your cheekbones. Wrap a bit of hair around the elastic for added polish and spray a generous amount of a shine spray, like Oribe’s Shine Spray ($36), all over.

  • Annabelle Dexter-Jones
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    Annabelle Dexter-Jones

    Hair accessories needn’t be fussy! Just wrap a ribbon around your head, tie a bow, and voila!

  • Cara Delevingne
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    Cara Delevingne

    Sometimes more is better--try three French braids instead of one. Prep the hair with dry shampoo, like Aveeno’s Active Naturals Pure Renewal Dry Shampoo ($8), for added grip and texture.

  • Drew Barrymore
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    Drew Barrymore

    Try smoothing whatever pomade you use on your ends--we like Serge Normant’s Meta Form Sculpting Pomade ($25)-- on your roots instead. The extra shine makes a day-old blowout look fresh.

  • Emma Watson
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    Emma Watson

    Instead of going the traditional summer route and wrapping braids around the top of your head, pin them across the back.

  • Gemma Refoufi
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    Gemma Refoufi

    Not quite ready to commit to the wet hair look? Rub a dollop of mousse, like John Frieda’s Luxurious Volume Thickening Mousse ($6), between your hands and use your fingers to brush the front of your hair back.

  • Hailee Steinfeld
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    Hailee Steinfeld

    Do you normally part your hair on the right? Try the left for some added volume (or vice versa) and pull your pony to the side.

  • Haley Bennett
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    Haley Bennett

    The faux bob isn’t going anywhere! Invest in heavy-duty bobby pins like Meta Grip's Premium Bob Pins ($7) to make sure it stays put.

  • Hanneli Mustaparta
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    Hanneli Mustaparta

    Bored of wearing your hair in a bun while working out? Try using rubber bands to section off your ponytail and pin the length to the back of your head.

  • January Jones
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    January Jones

    A topknot might not be the most groundbreaking hairstyle for summer, but it doesn’t hurt to see a perfectly executed version.

  • Nicole Trunfio
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    Nicole Trunfio

    Instead of spending the humid months battling frizz with products and hair dryers, embrace the flyaways! Texture adds character.

  • Zosia Mamet
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    Zosia Mamet

    Throw out all the summer trends, skip product, and comb an uneven side part for a laid-back style that works just as well at a cocktail party as it does on the beach.

Sienna Miller

Going through an awkward in-between phase with your winter fringe? Try twisting your bangs to the side and pinning them back with a contrasting bobby pin.

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