Loose Waves. Your hair peg: Anne Curtis. The lovely actress made soft waves look sleeker with a deep side part. Wear this your way: Instead of letting your hair down, play around with clips and barrettes for a unique touch.
Messy Ponytail. Your hair peg: Kathryn Bernardo. The messy pony is a mainstay in the Teen Queen’s book (case in point: The 9th Star Magic Ball), and always lends an effortlessly chic vibe to her look. Wear this your way: Don’t even attempt to perfect this ‘do—its charm is in its rawness. Repeat after me: Scrunch to add texture to your tresses, then put up in a high ponytail.
Sultry waves. Your hair peg: Liza Soberano. This one’s all about life and luster. Reminiscent of Old Hollywood actress Veronica Lake’s signature hairstyle, it’s glamorous without trying too hard. Wear this your way: Make it appropriate for daytime by pairing with a natural makeup look—it’s bombshell enough so you won’t need the help of red lipstick.
Ponytail Flip. Your hair peg: Coleen Garcia. This very subtle flip at the end of Coleen’s ponytail works on everyone, even if waves are not your thing. Wear this your way: After putting hair up in a ponytail, run a roller brush towards the end of your locks to get that flip while blowdrying.
Understated Curl. Your hair peg: Kim Chiu. Still prefer straight hair? Put a twist to it by blowdrying your tresses straight but adding a bit of shape towards the end. Wear this your way: Don’t forget to apply hair serum to seal in shine and tame away frizz—the subtly wavy end won’t be visible if you don’t get to keep your strands in place.
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