1/ Blow-dry your hair straight, then spray dry shampoo onto the roots and ends of your hair, massaging it in to create volume and texture.
2/ Gather your hair at the nape of your neck, then twist it up toward the top of your head (in a French twist). Anchor it with one or two small claw clips.
3/ If you have loose ends at the top of your twist, fold them down and tuck them in along the twist. Secure with bobby pins.
4/ Use your fingers to rustle the front of your hair so that random face-framing pieces fall loose. You can also pull out longer bangs in the front (if you have them) for a more undone look. Mist all over with medium-hold hair spray to ensure the twist stays put.
1/ Let hair air-dry, then make a center part. Mist dry shampoo through your hair from roots to ends to create a piecey look.
2/ Loosely gather your hair at the nape of your neck, then roll and tuck your ends underneath the rest of your hair to create a faux bob. Secure the rolled-under section with randomly spaced bobby pins or small claw clips.
3/ Pull a few random two-inch face-framing sections loose and use a one-inch-barrel curling iron to tousle the ends. Spritz with medium-hold hair spray.
1/ Spray dry shampoo onto your roots for added texture, then make a center part. Back-comb the roots at your crown for volume.
2/ Spiral the length of your hair into a tight twist, allowing the hair at your crown to pouf up over the top of your twist.
3/ Pull out a few face-framing pieces as well as some random sections of hair two inches back from your hairline. Doing this eliminates the line of demarcation between the pieces you've released from the style and the face-framing sections in the front, creating a more unkempt look.
4/ Use a one-inch curling iron to wave the sections you've pulled loose.
5/ Spritz the back and crown of your head with medium-hold hair spray, but avoid the front so that the style will have some movement and softness.