Top 10 Easy-To-Make Everyday Hairstyles

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6. Braidy Lady:

Step 1 – Part hair where you usually do. Side or middle will work.
Step 2 – Grab a section on each side of the part. (Section should be about as wide as two fingers.)
Step 3 – Loosely braid both sections toward the back of your head where they will meet. Apply a dab of texturing cream or pomade to the bottom of each braid so it doesn’t unravel easily.
Step 4 – Use clear elastic to secure both braids together in back.
Step 5 – Carefully slide the bobby pins in under the braid, along your scalp. This will keep the loose braids from falling out.

 

7. Knotty and Nice:

Step 1 – Part hair in the middle or slightly off centre, but it’s important to have a pretty balanced left and right side.

Step 2 – Part hair all the way down to the nape of your neck as if you’re making pigtails.

Step 3 – Sprinkle shine spray or run shine serum over the left side of your hair, then secure one elastic about 1-2 inches from the bottom of that section. Repeat on the right side.

Step 4 – Take both sections and twist them inward (toward each other) and back.

Step 5 – Wrap them around each other until the ponies look like rope. Then tuck the bottom under and secure with several large bobby pins.

Step 6 – Spray on a bit of hairspray to smooth down any flyaway.

 

8. Bride-y Waves:

Here is how you do it:

Step 1 – Start by refining your curls. For straight hair, use the curling iron to add curl

Step 2 – Tease a very small section of hair in the back of your head near the crown. This is the place where you will anchor your bobby pins.

Step 3 – Part hair in the centre or slightly off centre

Step 4 – This hairstyle is created using the “pin and drape” method. To do this, loosely take locks of hair and bobby pin them to the section you previously teased. Use small bobby pins, and hide them as well as you can.

Step 5 – Once all of your hair is pinned up, slide a pencil or the tail of a rat-tail comb under the section of hair in front of the pins and pull up slightly on it to add volume.

Step 6 – Lightly mist hairspray all over.

 

9. Chic Pony:

Here are the steps for this style:

Step 1 – Pull hair back into a low ponytail using a flat boar-bristle brush to create a bump-free finish. Secure with an elastic.

Step 2 – Separate out a small strand of hair — roughly the width of a pencil — from the ponytail.

Step 3 – Spray that piece well with hairspray then wrap it around the ponytail holder (see inset photo No.2).

Step 4 – Bobby -pin the end of the small piece under the tail, and tuck in any loose ends.

Step 5 – Lightly mist hairspray over everything and smooth with your hand.

 

10. Party Girl Pomp:

Here is how to do the style:

Step 1 – With all hair down, separate out your bang section. The best way to gauge the width of this section is to use your eyebrow arches as a guide.

Step 2 – Tease underneath the bang section slightly. (Too much and you’ll see evidence — not a good look.)

Step 3 – Smooth out the top layer of that section and pull it back.

Step 4 – Twist the section once then secure with 2 large bobby pins.

Step 6 – Adjust the bump with your fingers to be sure you’re happy with the height and smoothness.

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