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Here are eight, effortless hair style ideas and tutorials for every fall event!

Face-Framing Ponytail

What’s new: The traditional pony gets an upgrade with volume and soft curls.

Products you’ll need:

How to do it:

  • Apply a flexible, body-building styling jelly to the roots of damp hair, followed by a nourishing smoothing milk to the mid-lengths and ends.
  • Beginning at the nape, blow dry using a large, round brush.
  • Once hair is dry, create loose waves with a large-barrel curling iron.
  • Create a center part from the front hairline to the high point of the head, leaving the sides loose.
  • Isolate the top/crown section and tease subsections to create height.
  • Create a ponytail just above the nape and secure with an elastic. Hide the elastic by wrapping a small strand of hair around the base.
  • Incorporate the crown section into the ponytail and pin it into place.
  • Direct the sides over the ears and pin them into the ponytail. Allow a few pieces to fall free in order to frame the face. 
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Side-Swept Corkscrew Curls

What’s new: This fall, simplicity means embracing your natural texture.

Products you’ll need:

How to do it:

  • Cleanse and condition hair, and detangle with a wide-tooth comb. (Do not comb curly hair once it is dry.) Apply a butter-enriched hair care cream to control the texture.
  • Begin at the front and apply smoothing milk section-by-section, raking the product through with your fingers for even distribution. Apply to all sections.
  • Apply styling butter in the same manner.
  • As your hair air dries. Flip your hair up and back, without using your fingers, to loosen the curl and add volume.
  • Gently sweep all but a few side tendrils to one side, taking care not to disturb the curl pattern.
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Deep-Parted Side Waves

What’s new: Lazy waves get an update with a deep side part.

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Bodifying Styling Jelly
  • Biolage R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray

How to do it:

  • On clean, damp hair, apply styling jelly  to the scalp area for body, followed by texturizing spray on the mid-lengths and ends.

  • Using your fingers and a blow dryer, rough dry your hair by twisting vertical sections away from your face, creating large spiral patterns.

  • When your hair is about 80 percent dry, continue twisting and drying, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends to create natural texture and movement.

  • When your hair is completely dry, wrap large sections around a large barrel curling iron. Direct the right side behind your ear.

  • When the curls cool, pull down on the ends to elongate and separate.

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Textured Blow-Out

What’s new: Texturizing the mid-lengths and ends give this long, layered blowout modern movement and definition.

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Bodifying Styling Jelly
  • Biolage R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray

How to do it:

  • Distribute styling jelly through clean, damp hair with a wide tooth comb for body and lift.
  • Beginning at the nape, divide hair into vertical subsections. Blow-dry each section with a large round brush, using a twisting motion through the mid-lengths and ends before releasing the hair.
  • Work up the sides and through the top to complete the blowout.
  • When the hair is dry, spray the ends with texturizing spray, and brush through to create movement and encourage separation and texture.
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Messy Half Bun

What’s new: The summer staple--the messy bun--gets sexier for fall with this half up, half down evolution.

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray
  • Biolage R.A.W. Frizz Control Styling Spray

How to do it:

  • Mist damp hair with texturizing spray
  • Encourage the formation of your hair’s natural texture by scrunching the lengths as you blow-dry.
  • Create a center part from the front hairline to the crown, and gather the top and sides into a high, loose knot. Leave the back section loose to cascade and fall naturally.
  • Pin the topknot in place.
  • Twist the sides up and toward the back and pin them just below the topknot.
  • Mist with frizz control spray to manage frizz and increase natural-looking shine.
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Smooth/Wavy Blowout

What’s new: Lots of curl and movement on the ends add a new twist to a smooth blowout.

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Smoothing Styling Milk
  • Biolage R.A.W. Curl Defining Styling Butter

How to do it:

  • Apply styling milk to damp hair and blow dry with a round brush. Work up from the nape, and on each section, dry the scalp area first, then the mid-lengths, then the ends.
  • With a medium barrel curling iron, roll subsections of hair under in the back. Clip each curl in place.
  • Roll the side sections away from the face and clip each curl in place.
  • Roll the top sections back, beginning each curl slightly off of the scalp. Clip each curl in place.
  • When all curls are cool, release the clips.
  • Brush through hair with a cushioned styling brush to blend.
  • Apply styling butter to the ends to prevent frizz, and add definition and softness.
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Pinned-Up Coils

What’s new: Tight curls get the royal treatment with a polished, frizz-free upstyle.

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Recover Shampoo
  • Biolage R.A.W. Re-Hab Mask
  • Biolage 3Butter Control Day Cream
  • Biolage R.A.W. Smoothing Styling Milk
  • Biolage R.A.W. Curl Defining Styling Butter
  • Biolage R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray

How to do it:

  • Cleanse and condition hair, and detangle with a wide-tooth comb. (Do not comb curly hair once it is dry.) Apply a butter-enriched hair care cream to control the texture.
  • Apply smoothing milk to damp hair, and rake it through section-by-section with your fingers for even distribution.
  • Layer styling butter over the previous product to promote curl definition and eliminate flyaways.   
  • Allow hair to air dry. Refrain from touching your curls while your hair is drying.
  • Gather your hair gently into a casual upstyle, taking care to leave curls undisturbed.
  • Use hairpins and bobby pins to lift and pin sections into an asymmetrical shape. Allow a few lose tendrils to frame your face and nape.
  • Mist with texturizing styling spray to encourage volume and texture.
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Low, Twisted Knots

What’s new: You’ll triple the cute factor of a low, messy bun with three low, messy buns!

Products you’ll need:

  • Biolage R.A.W. Texturizing Styling Spray
  • Biolage R.A.W. Curl Defining Styling Butter

How to do it:

  • Mist damp hair with texturizing spray.
  • Blow dry hair with a round brush, directing the nozzle downward to encourage shine.
  • Once hair is dry, direct it back with a cushioned styling brush, and create three ponytails at the nape. Secure each with an elastic band.
  • Twist each ponytail into a loose coil and pin into place.
  • Release a few strands around the face and use a curling iron on these sections to create soft movement. Seal the ends with a small amount of styling butter.

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