Create a scrunched hairstyle by applying mouse to wet locks and using your hands to messily crunch together fistfuls of your hair periodically while it air dries. Another hair styling method to try is creating a sock bun. Cut the end off a sock, slip it around your pony tail, and then tuck the ends of your hair into the rolled sock to create a neat bun.
Scrunching can be used to style straight, wavy or curly hair, although the final results depend on the hair's natural qualities. To get a wavy, scrunched look with naturally straight hair, try rolling your hair around old-fashioned rollers before going to bed. In the morning, use your fingers to break up the curls, and apply a strong hairspray to give your hair some texture.
Another possible hairstyle is the wavy beach look. Unlike scrunched hair, which looks crunchy and edgy, beach waves look natural and flowing. If you have naturally wavy hair, just apply a sea salt spray to your locks, and let then air dry. If you have straight hair, you can achieve a wavy beach look by curling your hair tightly with a 1/2-inch curling iron at night and then sleeping on the curls.