(BPT) - With the summer season in full swing, infuse goodness into your day by spending less time fussing with your hair and more time outdoors having fun in the sun.
For flawless summer styles that will have you out the door in minutes, Suave Professionals Celebrity Stylists Jenny Cho and Marcus Francis are sharing their quick and easy styling secrets to looking good and feeling good all summer long.
Boho braid for beach bumming - A boho-chic braid is the perfect look for a day at the beach while soaking up some sun. 'Mist dry hair with Suave Professionals Natural Infusion Moisturizing Light Oil Spray with Macadamia Oil to add weightless hydration,' says Cho. 'Sweep hair to one side, divide into three sections and loosely braid, pulling out a few front pieces for an effortless summer style.'
Top knot bun for dancing fun -Get your groove on without hair getting in the way. Francis recommends rocking a trendy top knot when dancing the night away. 'Apply Suave Professionals Natural Infusion Strengthening Light Leave-In Cream with Awapuhi Ginger from mid-shaft to ends of damp hair before blow drying for hair that's easier to style,' says Francis. 'When hair is completely dry, brush upward, smooth any bumps, and tie into a tight ponytail on top of your head. Backcomb the ponytail for added volume and finish by wrapping strands around the elastic in a circular motion, securing with pins.'
Au naturale strands for any summer soiree - Flaunt natural locks with a boost of volume for a day-to-night look that will take you from the office to an evening barbecue with family and friends. 'Because of the summer humidity, now is the time to embrace your natural texture. Coat damp hair with Suave Professionals Natural Infusion All Day Body Leave-In Foam with Seaweed for 24-hour body and bounce from root to tip, so hair will not fall flat throughout the day,' says Cho.
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