As I mentioned last week, I have exceptionally fine hair so getting creative with my second day hairstyles is absolutely key as my hair can look kind of deflated otherwise. Myself and my lovely friend Erin of The Sparkle (who also runs beauty over at Glitter Guide) collaborated on 3 super simple (promise!) tutorials after the jump that will help extend your blowout, curls or waves from the previous day in style – click through to see them all!

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You’ll need some dry shampoo (this one from One Love Organics smells like heaven), hair elastics (clear only for fine hair, clear and a sturdier one if you have thicker hair), bobby pins and if your hair is on the thicker/coarser/drier side, some serum as well such as this one (you other fine-tressed girls out there though, I’d personally say skip out on the serum as it will weigh your hair down).
Criss-Cross Low Ponytail….

This is an excerpt from the article 3 Second Day Hairstyles which originally appeared on