GOOD HAIR FOR (CANADA) DAYS

Three easy dos to take you from cel­e­bra­tion to cel­e­bra­tion in style

The Kit - - THEKITCA - BY EDEN BOILEAU

Pic­nic in the park A ca­sual day on the grass calls for easy, flow­ing locks, but a sin­gle tiny braid on one side adds a play­ful nod to hip­pie sum­mers past. For max­i­mum shine, ap­ply a smooth­ing, pro­tect­ing heat-styling serum and blow- dry with a wide pad­dle brush. Run your flat iron over it if you have time. Braid a sliver of hair at your tem­ple to com­plete the look.

SHU UEMURA THERMO BB SERUM FOR FINE TO MEDIUM HAIR, $42, SHUUEMURA.CA

Evening bar­beque This style is breezy and sexy— per­fect for sip­ping rosé cava on the back deck at dusk—but the height up front gives it el­e­vated ele­gance. Cre­ate body and tex­ture by work­ing a vo­lu­miz­ing mousse into roots and through­out lengths, and rough-dry, di­rect­ing the air flow in the di­rec­tion you want the hair to go. Rake the front part up and back with your fin­gers and mist with strong-hold hair­spray.

GOT2B VOLUMANIAC BODIFYING MOUSSE, $8, SHOP­PERS DRUG MART Fun fire­works Let your hair mimic the fire­works with this care­free, messy-on-pur­pose half-updo. Start with a texturizing cream, airdry or rough-dry, then gather up the hair from the crown of your head into a pony ( leav­ing some out to cover your ears). Twist the tail around it­self and tuck the ends into the elas­tic, let­ting stray pieces fly free. Bonus: This look is a great back­drop for sparkly ear­rings.

VERB SEA TEX­TURE CREAM, $18, UR­BAN OUT­FIT­TERS

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