© jurica-koletic Enjoy easy and elegant summer styles this season. With these quick and easy tips, you can look fresh and fabulous in the warmer weather. All of these styles start from a base of healthy luscious hair. Help keep your hair protected from summer heat by using Neal & Wolf Repair and Replenish Harmony Duo. This shampoo and treatment combination will set you up for effortless summer styles. High ponytail © alex-iby The high ponytail is so simple to achieve and it works in just about every social situation. Brush your hair back so it's sleek and gather it together at a central high point at your scalp. Secure it with a tie, then wrap a small segment of your hair around the tie to hide it and give the ponytail a finished look. Use Fix Hold & Shine Spray to keep everything in place during the day. Fishtail Braid We love the versatility of this style. Keep the hair loose if you want a more casual look. If you want to keep it polished this braid can be executed with precision. After washing, add a little Velvet Nourishing Hair Oil to your lengths to maintain shine and moisture. Bring your hair to the side and separate into two parts. Take a small section from the outside of the right part and give it to the left part. Now take a small section from the outside of the left part and give it to the right part. Repeat until you reach the ends, then secure with an invisible tie. Kendall Jenner Coachella topknot © Vogue.com For festival styling, brush your hair back and secure in a very high ponytail. Take the ponytail and twist it so it forms a bun around itself. Secure with Fix Hold & Shine Spray and bobby pins or ties. Use more Fix on your hand then use it to smooth down any flyaways. Double French braided bun © hairstyleonpoint This one is great for long days at the beach. Part your hair centrally to the nape of the neck. One side at a time, braid the hair from the hairline, keeping as close to the scalp as possible. Repeat on the other side. When the two braids are complete, you can take the ends and secure them into two buns or bring them together to create a single bun.