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Spring Style: Look Fresh and On-Trend, Whatever the Weather

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Spring is in the air, and so is amazing style. With these expert tips in your toolkit this season, you'll be able to play up your hair's strengths while keeping your look polished and eye-catching—rain, wind, or shine. And as an added bonus, we tell you how to achieve one of the hottest looks we're seeing this season: the Tousled High Bun. It's the perfect way to show off your tresses for a special spring event or to glam up a day at the office.

Spring Concern: Winter-Dry Strands, Windy Weather

After the cold, dry days of winter, your hair can feel especially dry and overworked, so refresh your strands with products that add moisture and full-bodied style to your look. And schedule a trim with your stylist to make sure your strands are looking their absolute best.

Recommended Spring Look: Tousled High Bun

This look is so chic and versatile you can wear it to the office or to a friend's elegant wedding celebration. And it's style that will last through slightly windy days.

How to Get It: Pull dry hair back into a high ponytail, securing with an elastic. To add fullness to your top knot, gently back-comb the ponytail before you wrap it around the elastic. Then secure the ends of your hair with several pins.

To prevent strands from coming loose, secure the look with an eye-catching headband. For a glammed-up bun, pin your loose knot with a chunky, metallic clip, or select a feather barrette to bring out your softer side.

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