Want a makeover without hitting the salon? Then why not opt for a hair fake-over?
Celebrities are changing up their looks left, right and centre, with stars such as Katy Perry and Rihanna going from long to short, then back to long in just one day.
And the secret to their multi-tasking locks? A quick-change up-do.
Here, celebrity hairstylist Ken Picton gives three ways to fake over your tresses.
1. Tie your hair in a loose low ponytail at the nape of your hair. Loosen the bobble so that it is near the end of the tail and roll the tail under itself until you reach the top of the ponytail and secure underneath with kirby grips. This will create a bob-like up-do. Finally, gently loosen the top section to create texture and movement.
2. Create five ponytails at the back of the head at the nape. Then twist each section tight back on itself and secure in tight twisted buns. Adjust to complete a low textured up-do. You can leave it tight or pull loose some sections to make it more voluminous and messy; whatever you think works best for you. This is super easy, so even the most novice hairstylists can attempt this one.
3. Back-comb the top sections of the hair and secure the top section in a sweep below the crown. Sweep an inch section from each side from side to side until all the hair is secured up with the ends hanging loose to create an articulate yet loose up-do.
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