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Naturally Gorgeous Spring Hair

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    While many of our recent hair DIY tips have involved styling tricks to change up your texture, this one is all about embracing those gorgeous, natural curls. We're coming up on the most humid time of year, and naturally textured hair is definitely not immune to frizz — quite the opposite, in fact. So, it's beyond valuable to have an arsenal of natural styles that will get your hair away from your face and let it do its thing.

    This kind of 'do maintains its shape better than any other texture and can achieve an amazing amount of volume — the perfect base for gorgeous, totally fresh looks. And, that's exactly what we created with the help of hairstylist Sarajane Lynch of Whittemore House Salon.

    Ahead, two rad DIY looks that refresh your springtime hair game in a seriously pretty way. And, if you don't have naturally textured hair, stay tuned — this month is all about 'dos for your hair.

    For more spring hair inspiration, check out:
    Spring Hair Awakening: The Pixie
    Curly Styles That Kick Humidity To The Curb
    The Prettiest Mid-Length DIY Ever

    Photographed by Lauren Perlstein; Hair by Sarajane Lynch; Modeled by Meron / RED Models; Makeup by Michelle Coursey; Styled by Haley Loewenthal.



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