Follow these easy steps to get perfect holiday hairstyles this summer

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YOU loaded the suitcase with dresses and bags, but this summer’s hottest accessory is your hair.

From tousled waves to prairie plaits, JENNY FRANCIS and hairdresser to the stars Andrew Jose give you step-by-step instructions on how to create four of this season’s looks.

Boho chic

1.

Using hair tongs, wrap large sections of hair around a heated curler, hold for ten seconds, then release – wrap different sections going alternate ways
David Cummings – The Sun

2.

Spray the hair with sea salt spray then scrunch up and down to give a messy look
David Cummings – The Sun
  • Tigi Catwalk texturising salt spray, £8.35, from justmylook.com – buy now

3.

Using a tail comb, run the metal end down the centre of the head, starting at the forehead, to create a middle parting then add a hair accessory
David Cummings – The Sun
  • Shell headband, £10, Pretty LittleThing.com – buy now

Tropic like it’s hot

1.

Create a side parting then gather a small section of hair at the top of the head and create a mini plait and secure with a clear tie when you reach the end
David Cummings – The Sun

2.

Bring all of the hair round to the same side of your neck that the plaits fall on then twist all hair together, including the plaits, until a bun forms, and pin in place at the bottom of the neck
David Cummings – The Sun

3.

%Gently pull at parts of the bun to bring hair out and create a messy, beachy look
David Cummings – The Sun

Don’t get tide down

1.

Leave two small sections of hair at the front of the head loose, then use both hands to gather the rest of the hair to the top of the head and secure into a ponytail with a tie – instead of pulling the hair all the way through, leave it looped through the hair tie
David Cummings – The Sun

2.

Pin the bun down on one side to cover the band and then begin gently pulling out small bits at a time to create the tousled look
David Cummings – The Sun

3.

Add a scarf accessory by tying it at the forehead then twisting round so the knot ends up at the back of the neck
David Cummings – The Sun
  • Scarf headband, £17, & Other Stories – buy now
  • Sunglasses. £10, Asos – buy now

Nautical but nice

1.

Wave the hair with straighteners by sectioning hair into small pieces and, starting at the root, run the iron down the entire length of the hair
David Cummings – The Sun


2.

Create a side parting then gather a handful of hair at the middle top of the head
David Cummings – The Sun

3.

Bring the plait around the back of the head, pin in place at the other side and add nautical clips in any order to bring the beach to your tresses
David Cummings – The Sun
  • Pearl clips, £6, Debenhams – buy now
  • Conch clips, £10, Accessorize – buy now
  • Small starfish clips, £7.50, Miss Selfridge – buy now

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