6 Hairstyles Lazy Girls Can Steal From Korean Actress Krystal Jung
When it comes to hairsyles, you’d rarely see singer-actress Krystal Jung in fancy hairdos. While her hair is always immaculate, she rarely wears big curls or intricate braids, unlike her K-pop counterparts. Yet, her hair always looks 10/10. This is why we reckon lazy girls have a lot of tips to steal from Krystal, who celebrates her 23rd birthday today.
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Krystal recently chopped off her hair to sport this lob. This hairstyle looks amazing even when not styled.
Tip: Spritz on some sea salt spray into your hair for the out-of-bed look.
The best way to make straight hair look fancier is to sport bangs. Krystal opted for blunt, wispy bangs that go just below her brows.
Tip: Invest in one of those self-adhesive large hair rollers so you can style your fringe while keeping it out of your face while doing your makeup.
The wavy ends
Going for a formal event? Curl the ends of your lob instead. Divide your hair into sections, then curl one section inwards, and the next outwards. Continue alternating until you've curled all the sections, then run your fingers through to create loose waves.
Tip: Curling each section in opposite directions give a more natural-looking finish,
This straight hair
If you're attending a semi-formal event, look sleek by keeping your strands straight.
How to: Use a flat iron for shiny, stick-straight hair.
Instead of wearing your curls tight, go for soft ones.
How to: Starting from the area above your ears, wrap your hair around the rod of the curling iron (without clipping it) to create loose waves. Then, run your fingers through the top part to loosen them into waves.
This messy look
Don't want to look too polished without appearing sloppy? Go for tousled waves.
How to: Tie your hair up in a bun for a few hours, then let your hair down for these barely-there waves.
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