Are you on a crunch but still want to look great? Be aware that beautiful hairstyles are not always born in the salon. Remember the existing super simple updos, they are beautiful, fast, and dynamic. They're the way to go when you're in a hurry or don't want to bother with complicated hairstyles at all. Whether you're heading to a formal occasion or just going to work, these cute and easy hairstyles for long hair are sure to draw compliments anywhere you wear them.
Are you tired of only combing your short hair down every day? If this sounds like you, it's time to get out of your hair stereotype—there are so many cute, trendy, and fun hairstyles for short hair that you can try!
Actress Gabrielle Union showed off her short, sleek, shaggy bob. The tapered back helps shape the face, making the proportions of the face look more harmonious. This short haircut is perfect for women with oval and heart-shaped faces. Just need a heated curling iron and a simple "outward curl" curling method, you can get such a capable and simple hairstyle, are you still excited?
Actress Taraji P. Henson's tousled short hair oozes romance. The slightly angled cut helps show off her highlights and draws attention to her collarbone. This hairstyle is very suitable for women in the workplace. It has a simple shape and an ingenious cutting method, which is a good choice for women who like short hair.
Try a flip...and your hair will look like this! This sleek look is making a comeback, and singer Saweetie shows us how it's done. This type of hairstyle was very popular on the runway in the 1970s. It has a youthful vitality in the retro flavor and is very suitable for women in the workplace.
Taraji P. Henson smiled as she showed off her easygoing chin-length bob and loose curls. Don't be afraid to part your curls to add volume, not only won't make your hairstyle look boring, but it will also frame your face and give you the appearance of plenty of volumes.
Mid-length hair is full of interesting opportunities when it comes to hairstyles. You can make a fun braid, curls, or even a simple bun. If you're like many people stuck and bored with your hairstyle (or don't know how to change it), we're here to help you and want to add a little vibrancy to your look so you can look radiant in your everyday life.
Kourtney Scott, the stylist at Maxine Salon in Chicago, loves a "messy bun or bohemian-inspired Dutch fishtail" for a more formal look with medium-length hair. Ciara's textured updo fits the bill of style and beauty.
Not all hair is long enough to tie into a knot, says one hairstylist. Instead, try folding the bun halfway up. Gather the longest strands into a loose bun at the top of your head. As for the downward hair, you can bend it slightly. But if you have naturally curly or wavy hair, you can totally skip this step.
Super blunt micro bangs can balance the length, and the simple texture is very fashionable.
Wavy mid-length hair can sometimes become too frizzy after using a curling iron, says a celebrity hairstylist. Instead, he recommends using something like a wavy iron for wavy hairstyles, preferably one in three sizes, so you can find one that's perfect for any length or texture. Then, place a small flat iron on your bangs, this will ensure your bangs are flat on your forehead.
Half-up and half-down space buns look very effortless and are especially good for mid-length hair as they are not too small or too large. This style is so quick and easy and works with any texture of hair.
First, start by parting your hair down the middle. Part the top half of the hair from the bottom and clip it. Next to make the first bun, place one side of your hair in a ponytail on top of your head and secure it with a headband. Twist the hair and wrap it around the headband to create a bun. Use bobby pins to hold the bun in place.
For a space bun look, spread or fan the bun with your hands. Repeat the above steps on the other side. Finish the double space buns look by spraying on hairspray to hold the bun in place.
The sleek ballerina bun gets a fashion upgrade by moving the position of the visual point from the nape to the top of the head. Think of it as your formal headwear.
If your hair is coily or curly, consider using a flat iron to straighten your hair for a smoother look. Pull your hair into a high ponytail and secure it with a headband. Divide the ponytail into two parts and twist them together. Wrap the twisted part around the headband and secure it with bobby pins. Finally, just spritz on some hairspray to smooth out any flyaway hair and maintain your style.
As the weather turns cooler, we're looking for easy hairstyles for long hair to try and change over the coming fall and winter months. We have these collections of easy hairstyles for long hair to inspire you! Read on to find the hair look that suits you!
This is a very simple and easy-to-do Dutch braid. Make sure to use your fingers to braid your braids for a cool 3D effect. This giant braid is perfect for special occasions in your life, it will make you stand out on those occasions!
Why not choose flower braids for a fun and feminine braided hairstyle? This look is defined by the shape of the flower that the hair produces. Long hair works best with all braided hairstyles and updos, as it is easier for you to braid longer hair.
You can pull your hair back and away from your face, centering the bun in the middle and letting the rest of your hair approach down. This is a great option for special occasions, and it's easier to braid than you might think.
Honestly, we've never seen waterfall braids that we didn't like! This timeless and romantic half updo will never go out of style and is suitable for all ages—so your florist hairdo can match the rest of your pals.
A quick updo gives you a feminine, overall look and pulls your hair back for extra comfort. You need some practice and patience to master some proper hairstyles. Add your favorite accessories if necessary.
Here it is! Quick and easy daily hairstyle roundup! Whether you have short, mid-length, or long hair, you can always find one that suits you!