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  • The Imperfect

    Pony

    When it comes to a less than polished ponytail, the rules are simple: keep it low and loose for a worn-in feel. The good news is the longer you wear it the better it will look – perfect for low-key festival maintenance. "Don't even think about using a brush to create this style," says Hersheson. "It needs that relaxed, homespun edge that only your fingers can give."

    get the look

    STEP 1
    Begin by working a setting cream, such as Leonor Greyl Styling Cream, through damp hair for long-lasting hold and texture.

    STEP 2
    Using your fingers, pull hair back and into a ponytail that sits at the base of your head. Massage hair around the band to loosen everything up.

    STEP 3
    Spray a hairspray, such as John Frieda Luxurious Volume Thickening Hairspray, on to your fingers and coax out strands of hair around the face for a soft finish.

    The Festival Fringe

    Moss' previous flirtation with a blunt fringe was the ultimate homage to the rock'n'roll icon who is Debbie Harry – and the secret lies in getting the weight and length just right. Keep the fringe heavy to graze your lashes for the perfect amount of stage-ready attitude.

    get the look

    STEP 1
    Mist a texture spray through damp hair. Hersheson advises using seawater ("It's the best texturizer there is," he says), but Oribe Après Beach Wave And Shine Spray is a great alternative.

    STEP 2
    "Work dry shampoo, [try Redken Powder Refresh], through the roots to give guts and grip to your hair," advises Redken creative consultant Guido Palau, who has worked with Moss for over 15 years.

    STEP 3
    Consider your color. Natural and sun-kissed are the buzzwords here so try balyage. Non-blondes can work the look, too: ask for subtle highlights through mid-lengths and keep the tips lighter than the rest.

    The Edit
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    Photographs: Rex Features; Getty Images

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