AnnaLynne McCord

If you wear your hair the same way almost every day, it's time to switch up your look. To help you, we chose four simple hairstyles from celebrity AnnaLynne McCord who isn't afraid to experiment with her tresses. Find the look you like and get inspired.

Messy Curly Topknot

On humid days when your ringlets are totally unruly, but you have just minutes to tame them, take a cue from AnnaLynne McCord and go for a high bun. Let some curls pop out and pull down the pieces around your face for a deliberately disheveled effect. Use a drop of shine serum to define the loose spirals.

Real Beauty product pick: David Babaii Hair Polish, $9.95; folica.com

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AnnaLynne McCord

Bouncy Blowout

Girls with curls like AnnaLynne McCord can easily get lots of volume for the perfect wavy blowout. The key is to work with small sections, using a large, round brush. Be sure to keep the blow-dryer aimed downward to prevent frizz. When you're finished, use a wide-barrel curling iron from your ears down to create loose waves. Smooth down fuzzy pieces with a styling cream.

Real Beauty product pick: Frédéric Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Cream, $23; sephora.com

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AnnaLynne McCord

Half-Up and Natural

It's great to embrace your curls and let them do their thing, but that doesn't mean you have to put up with frizz. Use a super-moisturizing sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner or co-wash and follow it up with a smoothing cream or serum. For AnnaLynne McCord's half-up look, gather the front two inches of your hair (from temple to temple) and secure the section with a bobby pin.

Real Beauty product pick: Catwalk by Tigi Curlesque Shampoo and Conditioner, $20 each; tigihaircare.com

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AnnaLynne McCord chignon

Slicked-Back Chignon

When you're so used to having lots of curls around your face, a sleek updo like AnnaLynne McCord's will make you feel ultra-chic. Start with hair that's been blown straight (you can also use a flatiron if your spirals are extra-thick), then backcomb at the crown or leave that area less blown out and don't flat iron it for volume. To avoid damage to your hair, use only the edge of a mixed-bristle brush. Don't pull the brush through your hair, just smooth it with the side of the bristles to slick hair back into a tight bun, then, mist with hair spray.

Real Beauty product pick: Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Firm Hold, $6.79; walgreens.com

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