1. If you've got... long, straight and thick hair
'At night, spritz with styling lotion and plait your hair into a braid to give you messy texture when you wake. It’s low-maintenance and gorgeous – simply shake and use your fingers to style in the morning.'
Try: Nak Surf Styler, $26.95.
2. If you've got... long, straight and fine hair
'The problem we see with this type of hair is lack of body. A quick and simple fix is simply to spray dry shampoo into the roots before and after styling to amplify and add instant volume.'
Try: Cedel Retro Dry Shampoo (in brown, blonde), $14.99.
3. If you've got... curly hair
'The rule of thumb when working with curly hair is to never use too much heat. If you apply a protective conditioning oil before styling, it will help form the perfect curl as well as protect against the heat from your dryer.'
Try: Macadamia Professional Weightless Moisture Conditioning Mist, $32.95.
4. If you've got... short and fine hair
'Amplify short, fine hair with a blunt cut, which will create the illusion of thickness. Then when styling, use mousse to add volume, and avoid using excessive oils and waxes, which can easily weigh fine hair down and make it appear limp.'
Try: John Frieda Luxurious Perfectly Full Volume Volume Building Mousse, $15.99
5. If you've got... cowlicks
'Hairspray is your best friend when dealing with cowlicks. The hairspray will help you calm the cowlick and force it into place, for added freeze use your hair dryer to dry the hairspray into place.'
Try: Batiste Stylist Hold Me Hairspray, $12.95.
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