Styling Bank Holiday looks

oladimeji-odunsi-306172-unsplash The Spring Bank Holiday is almost here. The Royal wedding is over and it's probably a good time to relax after the celebrations. The Spring bank holiday is about enjoying the finer weather, so we've pulled together some Spring hair styles that are simple, fresh and stylish. Half up do The half up do can be styled for a polished look or can be a very casual affair. For a seamless appearance, add some Silk blow dry balm before drying your hair. Point the nozzle down the hair shaft and you'll have a sleek glossy style in no time. If you prefer a more relaxed style, allow your hair to air dry and then finger comb before securing the top half with a clip or tie. Knots and braids If you want to bring a little more attention to your half up do, take your tied-up section and create a messy knot over your loose hair. It can be quite textured and secured with pins, or tightly wound. Braids are still at the height of hair trends, so work the tied-up section into a messy braid or plait. Give your whole style some lift and volume with Enhance volumising mousse. If you prefer not to have your hair loose, try parting your hair down the centre and creating two equal braids that start high on the hairline. It's a lovely look that can add a bit of sparkle to your Spring outfit. Shorter styles Shorter cuts can be complemented with some judicious placement to make the perfect Spring bank style. If you'll be out and about during the day, work in some Shape to ensure your style will hold all day while maintaining a defined look. Texture and volume are perfect to create interest. If you have a very short style, explore how alternate side parting and colour can freshen up your look.

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