Flat-Iron Your Braids for Wave.
You can use this flat-iron technique to create undone texture. First, braid your hair (the more braid you have the more texture you will create.) Then, press a flat iron down the length of each braid. Once your hair has cooled, unravel the braids for bend and movement in your hair. A really simple and quick way to create a different hairstyle.
Make Your Own Salt Spray.
The effect? Messy, beachy texture.How to do it? Mix together 20 ounces of seltzer water and a teaspoon of sea salt in a spray bottle. While your hair is damp, spritz the mixture onto the ends of your hair, and use your fingers to scrunch them up.
Start with a half-up style, create another half-up ponytail right below it, then tie it all off at the nape of your neck to create a long and low pony.
To obtain this look you just have to tie your hair into a ponytail, then section off the ends of your hair with equally spaced elastics every few inches. Pouf out each section of hair by pulling gently to create a bubble effect. Magic!
Rope Braid Ponytail.
First do a high ponytail. Split the ponytail into two sections. Twist each one counter clockwise around itself. Wrap the left section over the right to form the rope twist and secure the end with clear hair elastic. For a different look you can even pin them up.