Ready for a New Look?

Tired of wearing your hair in a ponytail? Give your hair a makeover with these tips and tricks.

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Changing our hair doesn't always a require a cut at the hairdresser. Nick Stenson, Matrix's celebrity stylist, tells us how we can get a hair makeover sans going under the scissors.

According to Stenson, there are a few great tricks that work on almost every hair type. First, try a texture spray. "These products can give you completely different hair," he says, "making straight strands look effortlessly tousled and transforming defined curls into wild waves."

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Extra volume is another quick change: Just turn your head upside down, spritz on a root-lifting spray or a hairspray, then flip back over. Or, in three easy steps below, sport one of our favorite looks.

Springy Spirals

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Step One: Make a side part. On the side with the part, curl from midshaft
to end, tucking hair behind your ear.

Step Two: On the other side of the part, curl your hair away from your
face from root to end.

Step Three: Gently loosen curls by running your fingers through your hair.
Set with a light-hold hairspray.

Knotted Chignon

Step One: Smooth on styling cream, then blow-dry. Divide hair into two
sections and knot together.

Step Two: Knot the two sections together one more time. (You should still
have 2- to 3-inch ends.)

Step Three: Tuck the ends under the knot, pinning in place with bobby pins, and use a little hairspray.

This story originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of Dr. Oz The Good Life.

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