Hair: The Hair Flick
Texturise, texturise, texturise!!
Using a texturising spray or even sea salt spray to create volume, texture and grit to your hair when it's damp. This will allow your hair to be easily styled and hold in place. If you are worried about using too much product then apply to your hands and scrunch through the ends of your hair and pick up sections in the top section of your head and apply the spray directly to the roots and rub in with your fingers.
If you have fine or medium hair then let air-dry like Lara does, or if you have thicker hair use a diffuser on your hairdryer to add extra volume and lift to the front section of your hair and allow it to dry quicker.
Using your fingers, part your hair roughly off your natural part on one side. Then toss to the other side to create the wave. It's easier to use your natural part as the point to measure from and go a few centimetres past it. The further you part away from your natural part the more wave you can create. Then shake and run your fingers through, finding the right amount of height and wave that suits you. Then either tuck the other side behind you ear or leave as is.
Tip: If you feel it's getting a little flat then flip your front section of hair to the opposite site for a quick re-fresh.
You can also add a few drops of oil to your fingers and sweep through the ends of hair to make them smooth and more controlled without loosing the messiness of the style.