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Going Bohemian isn't just about your outfit; it's also about the hair. You may think you have to have long locks to sport a Bohemian style, but that's not totally true. There are things ladies with shorter tresses can do to channel that '70s fashionable look, too. Whether you sport waves, braids or twists, you're sure to look fab with your Boho look.
Add a Braid
Your hair isn't long enough to braid, but that doesn't mean you can't sport an accent braid. Just part your hair and section off a piece along the line of the part at the front of the head. Braid it, then pull it back and pin it with a bobby pin. Repeat this on the other side of your head if you like, or just rock one braid.
Add a Headband
Instantly go Boho with a cool headband worn the Bohemian way: Rather than using it to pull your locks back, wear it at the crown of the head or across the forehead. Beaded headbands are totally Bohemian, so opt for one of these if you're really trying to master the look. If you can't a beaded band, thin headbands work as long as you wear them the Bohemian way -- as an accent.
Wear it Wavy
This look won't work if you have a super-short cropped cut, so don't try it unless you've got at least 5 to 6 inches to work with. Just wash your hair, towel dry it and spritz it with a texturizing spray. Scrunch it with your hands. If you have a diffuser, use this to dry your locks. Otherwise, just let them air dry.
If you want to work that Bohemian look but want to look more polished, try a pretty, wavy bob. Your hair needs to at least hit your chin to make this work. Spray hair with texturizer and scrunch it before drying. Use a blow-dryer to rough-dry your hair, meaning rub hair with your hands as you dry. Then, wrap sections of hair around a curling iron to create soft curls, leaving the bottom ends free so they'll be straight. Run your fingers through your hair and you're done.