1. Pretty Messy Knot
Curl your hair halfway down the hair shaft, leaving the top portion untouched. Once the last little strand is in, place a dime size amount of styling gel on the palm of your hand and rub together. Then scrunch it throughout your hair to piece the curls apart without causing too much frizz. Finally, use a fine-toothed comb to gently backcomb some of your curls to add body and shape where you need it.
2. Inside-Out Ponytail
After deciding where you want your front part to sit, add a touch of wax to your palms to tame frizz and create grip. Gather the hair back with a comb into a low ponytail (a “more classic silhouette,” says Weidner), securing with an elastic. Use your fingers to create a “hole” at the base of the ponytail, directly above the elastic. Now twist the ponytail to make it thin enough to fit over and under the hole you created in step two. Grab the twisted ponytail, and stuff it into the opening, pulling it taut once through. Curl ends with two different-sized irons to create flowing waves at the back or leave straight. Tip: To ensure long-wearing curl, start by curling the hair around the iron closer to the roots, wrapping down toward the ends. Also, once released, try holding the just-formed curl in your hand for a few seconds to promote a more solid wave pattern.
3. Free Flowing Curls with bang
This style is appropriate for shoulder-length hair. In order to achieve this look, you will need a leave-in conditioner, wide-toothed comb, a blow dryer, and a flat iron. After washing your hair, gently remove the excess water using a towel. Apply a leave-in conditioner and comb it once. Dry it in low setting using a blow dryer to prevent frizzing. Then flat iron your bangs until you achieve the look you are looking for. You could put on a headband to keep the curls separated from the bangs.
4. The Neat Curly Updo
This is for short curly hair & requires unwashed locks. Grab a wide toothed comb, a curl enhancing mousse, and an elastic band. Pull all the hair on the top of your head then tie with an elastic band, use your fingers to pull some of the hair giving it a messy look. Apply curl enhancing mousse on the ends to define the curls. This will give definition to your face and will certainly get the attention of the people around you.
5. High Ponytail
The is recommended for women with thin or less-volume hair. If you have a beautiful jawline or cheekbone structure or a heart-shaped face, wear this style to flaunt it. You can tease or pouf the hair at the top if you want to create the illusion of volume.
6. Easy Chignon
Section off your bang area from ear to ear and clip. Gather the rest of your hair into a low, loose ponytail. Unclip the front section and create a center part. Then, twist the hair on each side of the part and gather it into one pony that sits right on top of the first ponytail. Combining the hair from both pony, create two or three braids. Twist the braids into one bun; pin to secure. Finally, use your fingers to gent-tailsly widen each braid and pin them together, so you don’t see any gaps. Pull out a few soft tendrils and spritz your hair with a light hold hairspray.
7. Beach Waves
Primarily for straight hair. This would work better though if your hair hadn’t already been styled before. Split all your hair into two parts and then braid each part and secure with a hair tie of your choosing. Take one of the braids and twist it tightly away from your face. Place the straightener around the twisted braid and instead of just pulling the straightener down…Twist the straightener in the same direction the hair is twisted. I started at the top and worked my way down the braid. Make sure you don’t put the straightener where your hair tie is or else there will be a weird crease. This is what the braids looked like after being “straightened.” I repeated the twisting and straightening step one more time on each braid just to be sure. When your hair has completely cooled, pull out your hair ties and run your fingers through the braids to release them. Here you have that wavy look.
8. Pixie Cut
This hairstyle isn’t for everyone and quite frankly, it takes a lot of guts to wear it, but we also must admit this is one of the simplest hairstyles you can sport. And it’s not boring! All you need is your trusty hair styling product or a leave-in conditioner and you’re good to go. You can also pair it with beautiful jewelry pieces or even have it colored.
9. Easy Side Braid
You can go full or half braids — it’s your choice. You’ll look as you want yourself to be. You can keep it a bit loose for a “messy look” or tight when you want more definition. If you have more time, add some nifty accessories like little flowers or beads onto your hair.
10. Half-Up Bun
If you want to achieve a casual look the right way or have wet hair, then this is it. The half-up bun allows you to be trendy without being too casual. It’s also perfect wearing this hairstyle for work to give your workplace a dreamy vibe.
Choose & suit yourself the look you are looking for.
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