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25 new 'dos to rock for the school year: Pt. 3


17. 2-second twist


How-to: Part hair as normal. Pull back a small 1-inch section of hair at the front of your forehead, above the temple. Twist the section and pin back with two crisscrossed bobby pins.

 

River Island Feather and Heart Hair Clips, $7 (on sale), asos.com

 
18. Twist and braid


How-to: Part hair in the center. Twist back a 1-inch section of hair on either side and pin in place. Braid the end of each twisted section and secure with a hair elastic, so you have one face-framing bitty braids on each side. Pretty!


19. Sneaky side part
 

How-to: Our October/November cover girl looks super glam in a sleek side part. Keep the hair out of your face by pinning it behind your ear, just like Victoria. Spray a bit of hairspray on your palm and smooth over the pinned section to take care of any flyaways.


20. Tie a knot
 
How-to: You’ll have to have long locks to pull this off, but the effect is quite cool. Spritz in some texturizing spray to give hair some grip. Pull hair into a low side pony, but don’t secure with an elastic. Twist lightly and create a loop to pull the ends through as if you were tying a knot. Pull tight and add bobby pins for extra support.
 
 
Sally Hershberger Genius Spray Wax for All Hair Types, $12, ulta.com


21. Dianna’s side-swept bangs
 
How-to: Got bangs? If you normally wear them straight across your forehead, try brushing them over to one side in conjunction with a side part like Dianna. Spritz flexible hold hairspray into your palm and smooth over bangs to keep them in place. Gels or wax can make bangs look heavy (read: greasy).
 

Living Proof Straight Hair Spray, $29, ulta.com


22. Pink streak
 
How-to: The night before school, use a clean mascara wand to paint a section of hair (try one underneath that’ll peek out) with pink hair dye, following dye instructions. So fun!
 
 
Cotton Candy Pink Classic Cream Formula, $13, manicpanic.biz


23. Loose pigtails
 
How-to: Try a casual take on the sweet classic. Part hair in the center, then loosely divide into two equal sections. Tie each section into a low ponytail using a piece of leather cord or a ribbon.


24. Crimp it
 
How-to: Use a mini-crimping iron to crimp small sections of hair all over your head, both top and bottom layers. Loosen up hair all over with fingers to get a shaken out rocker-chic effect.
 
 
Conair CS68P MiniPro Crimping Iron, $16, amazon.com


25. Loose, low chignon

 

How-to: We love Lucy’s low twist for lazy school mornings. Simply part hair on the side, pull back into a low messy bun at the nape of your neck, and pin to keep it in place. Skip the hairspray and let a few pieces fall loose.



BY JESSICA D’ARGENIO WALLER AND ANA D’AMBROGI ON 9/18/2011 7:00:00 AM

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