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5 Hot-Weather Hair Tutorials To Try This Weekend, Courtesy of the Youtube

The Crown/Carousel Braid, via YouTube
The Crown/Carousel Braid, via YouTube

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In these heated times, we'd be willing to wear Marge Simpson's cylindrical coif as long as everything is off our necks and out of our face, but we really don't have time for all that back-teasing. Instead, we've scoured YouTube for the easiest and cutest of personal hairstyle tutorials for hot weather. We snagged a video for every hair length—assuming you haven't given up and just shaved the whole mane already. (For that we recommend scalp sunscreen.) But for those still fighting the good fight, check out all five of our favorites after the jump.


Romantic Up-Do (DIY):
This look is messy and comes with a lot of volume, and the best part is that your locks are completely out of your face (pink hair optional).


Pin-Up Bandana Up-Do (DIY):
Allow this pink-haired rockabilly to teach you how to do your best Rosie the Riveter impression.


The Waterfall (Helps to have a friend):
First of all, that just sounds like something we want on or around our head when the temperature hits 90 degrees. Second of all, the style would look cute (or rather be necessary given a certain amount of humidity) with a low bun or pony-tail as well.

The Milkmaid Braid (DIY):
Quick, easy, and universally flattering, the milkmaid braid is a go-to for avoiding neck sweat.


The Crown (Helps to have a friend):
This style is a cleaner looking version of the milkmaid braid, but involves a little more skill plus some help (unless you're a self-styling pro).

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