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The 6 best hairstyles, Try you best.

Stumped on how to switch up your style from day to day beyond a standard ponytail? Here are six ways to work the hell out of your spirals — courtesy of Cosmo's resident curly girl Diandra Barnwell.

1. The Half-Up Twisted Halo

To replicate this look, part your hair down the center, leaving a two-inch section to frame your face. Then, two inches back from your hairline grab an inch-wide section of hair and begin twisting each side back toward your head on both sides. Twist the hair until you reach the back of the crown of your head and secure the ends into the twist with bobby pins so that they aren't visible.

2. A Wrapped French Braid Chignon

Want this style? Begin by French braiding your hair, starting at your hairline. Braid it all the way down to the ends, and then pull your hair through an elastic band like you're going to create a ponytail, but don't pull it all the way so that you create a bun at the nape of your neck. Then, use the remaining braided piece that's sticking out of the loop to wrap around the bun. Finally, keep your style in place with two bobby pins.

3. Lose and Pinned Back

You can actually follow up the second style with this one on day three, since all you do is unravel the French braid until you hit the crown of your head, and then secure what's left of the braid with bobby pins in a "X" formation.

4. The Twice-Twisted Low Bun

After parting your hair down the center, take the section to the right of the part and begin twisting it along your hairline as you twist toward the nape of your neck. Repeat on the left side. Then, take the left and right sections of hair and wrap them into a low bun and secure with bobby pins. 

5. Braided Ballerina Bun

Start by putting your hair into a ponytail first, and then braid it. Next, wrap the braid around the elastic band, stacking the hair on top of itself to create a bun. Finally, tuck the ends of the ponytail into the style and secure it with bobby pins.

6. French Braid Top Knot

Start French braiding your hair in the center, and then continue weaving the sections into a diagonal braid to the right until you reach the crown of your head. Next, incorporate the rest of your hair into the braid until it's all woven together, and then wrap your hair into a bun on top of your head.

By Carly Cardellino

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