The start of a new season automatically brings out the party animal in you. Everything is ready, including the dress, mascara, shoes, handbag, lip liner, and so on. The only thing that remains is the hairstyle.
Makeup is only complete with the right hairstyle. You have yet to decide what style will suit you or how to create a quick and easy party hairstyle. Your outfit may cost an arm and a leg, but your hairstyle is what everyone notices. Nowadays, getting dressed up is only for some, and creating the perfect hairstyle will take between 1 and 2 hours, which is a challenge for some people.
Here is a list of 21 simple and easy-to-follow hairstyles for everyone this season.
1) Messy Side Ponytail
The messy side ponytail is a rare, fashionable, and simple style. We are confident that this simple messy side ponytail will quickly become your go-to look for days at home. It takes the same amount of effort and time, and it’s just as simple, but it’s far more impressive.
- Make your hair ready.
- Begin by using dry shampoo to prep your hair.
- Create a ponytail.
- Create a low ponytail on one side with a rubber band that matches your hair color.
- Twist your locks.
- Wrap a one-inch section of hair from the ponytail around the base of the hairstyle.
- Maintain the look.
- Apply hairspray to finish. This provides a secure hold while also adding movement to your hairstyle.
2) The French Roll Twist and Pin
Try the classic French twist updo for a sleek hairstyle. This stunning hairstyle is popular for proms and weddings, but you can make a looser, more casual version for everyday use.
- Pull all your hair to one side. Comb it to the left if you want the final look to twist from the left to the other side; brush it to the right if you want it to twist from right to left. Take hold of the hair in your hand.
- Use clips or bobby pins to secure the hair at the back. This will keep the hair on one side.
- Make several crosses that run vertically up the back of the head for maximum hold.
- Spray hair with hairspray. Spray the loose coats lightly over the hair to keep them in place.
- Place your hand under your hair and gently brush it. Brush it to one side to keep it in place and the bobby pins from falling out.
- Twist up your hair. Gently twist the hair in the opposite direction you swept it. If you sweep it from left to right, turn it the opposite way. Tuck the ends into the twist’s tunnel, or leave them loose for a more casual look.
- When you’re finished, the hair should form a downward cone; for the time being, the excess hair should hang to one side.
- Insert bobby pins to secure the hair. Use bobby pins to keep the ends in place and out of sight, and you’re done.
3) Edgy Updo for Natural Hair
This hairstyle may become your favorite because it provides an edgy look for women with curly hair. Let’s be honest: the words “effortless,” “stylish,” and “curly” rarely appear in the same sentence. Asymmetrical is also very popular for those who like to be trendy (i.e., the word timeless is not in your bridal vocabulary).
Make a deep side part and begin a French braid. The braid should then be continued to the end and secured with bobby pins. You can always add volume to your curls by extending them with curl cream and hairspray.
4) DIY Twisting Braids
Twist braids are an excellent way to dress up natural hair. They can take some time to make, but once done, they are low maintenance and can last up to 6-8 weeks.
- Begin with clean, damp hair and your favorite curling cream or gel for the smoothest braids.
- Part your hair in the direction you want your braid to go. Divide a small piece at the top of the section in half, then cross the halves over each other.
- Take another piece of hair from the section and add it to the twist, just like you would for cornrows or a French braid, before crossing them a second time. Continue twisting until you have added all of the hair from that section, then twist two strands to the ends.
- Sections can be arranged side by side (from parting to ear), front by back (as in cornrows), or loops to create a unique pattern.
- You can divide your hair into a center parting and then twist it into two large twists for a Dutch braid look.
5) DIY Sleek Rolled Tuck
Sometimes a retro touch is required for an outfit. This rolled-up look is classic: it’s sleek, sophisticated, and simple to replicate. Pair it with something strapless to show off your collarbones to make the most of this look.
- Using a clear elastic, gather your hair into a low ponytail.
- Make a hole in the hair at the base of the ponytail. Make no actual hole, as you would for a ponytail.
- Roll the ponytail and tuck it into the pocket—Tuck all of your hair in so that no ends show.
- Secure the roll at the back of your head with bobby pins.
- Use hairspray to keep the style sleek.
6) Braided Bun with Bangs
Don’t want to spend hours in front of the mirror but still want to enhance your beauty look with a unique hairstyle? In three simple steps, learn how to make a braided bun. A great hairstyle for women who are constantly on the go.
Step 1: Braid your hair first. Begin by tying a ponytail at the nape of your neck, the top of your head, or on the side of your head. After that, braid it but not too loosely (so it doesn’t show too much in the bun).
Step 2: Wrap the braid around itself in step two. Roll the hair into a spiral bun around the base of the braid, more or less regular, flat or voluminous. Allow space to give the structure volume, and try to keep the elastic band hidden for a flawless result.
Step 3: Decide whether you want a tight or loose braid. When you’ve finished braiding your braided bun, it’s time to put the finishing touches on it. If you want it to be flawless, use a lot of hairspray or hairspray to set the style, and don’t let a single hair escape from your hairdo. You can also tousle the fixed part of the bun and let a few strands fall around your face. This will emphasize the rocker vibe of the hairstyle.
7) DIY Bridal Side-swept Braid
Braided hairstyles are ideal for romantic brides because they add a touch of simplicity, and the most romantic ones are those with a little tousled effect.
They are also so versatile that we can create a wide range of hairstyles.
We can use them to complement a loose hairstyle or create an entire artwork.
8) Two-in-one Braided with Bangs
Of course, hairstyles with bangs and braids! A whole new world of possibilities emerges. Let’s start with the most basic (and consistently effective) two braids. If you’re feeling adventurous, try two herringbone braids with two strands instead of three.
This hairstyle can be described as “two French braids in one.” Make two French braids and join them at the ends to make one braid. And you’re prepared.
9) DIY Hair Bow
The hair bow is a sophisticated look that is quite simple. For it to work, your hair must be long enough to be pulled back in a bun.
- Brush out any knots or tangles in your hair.
- Tie your hair in a high, twisted bun on top of your head.
- Cut the bun in half to make two loops.
- Pull the remaining ponytail over the bun’s center.
- Split the ponytail and thread each strand through each loop.
- Use bobby pins to secure the ponytail strands.
- Wrap the ponytail strands around the bun loops and tuck them in order to make a bow. If you want you can also half bow the hair as shown in the picture.
- If necessary, secure the chignon with bobby pins and hairspray.
10) DIY Low Knot Updo
If you want to dress up your low tousled bun with a tiara or flower crown, this could also be your bridal hairstyle.
- Separate two side strands and tightly twist them together.
- Create a low ponytail with twisted strands. Tightly grip it.
- Gently pin it to the inside of the bun, then separate the hair with the handle of a fine-toothed comb or your fingers to give it some volume.
- You can add an accessory to make it unique.
11) Triple Chongo or Triple Bun Hairstyle
Divide your hair into three sections and create an onion chignon with each. You might think it’s boring, but this Chinese hairstyle is more elaborate than you think.
12) DIY Knot Ponytail
This knotted ponytail couldn’t be simpler.
Step 1: To prepare your hair, apply a grip hair product all over dry hair.
Step 2: Divide your hair into two equal sections by parting it down the middle.
Step 3: Tear the two sections and tie a knot to separate them. Continue knotting until you reach the ends of your hair, depending on its length.
Step 4: Secure the hair with an elastic or clear tape at the ends.
Top tip: This is an ideal hairstyle for vacation when you’ve just gotten out of the pool or ocean because it creates a boho wave look for the evening once you pull it out.
13) DIY Long Fishtail Braid
The fish braid appears complicated, but it will quickly become one of your favorite hairstyles for a brisk morning, especially if you have long hair. It’s cute and appropriate for a regular day.
- Separate your hair into two sections.
- Take a thin strand of hair from the left side of your head.
- Pull the thin strand up and clockwise pass it over the left section.
- Tuck the thin strand beneath the correct section.
- Pull the two sections together gently to tighten them.
- Select a thin strand from the appropriate section.
- Pull the thin strand up and leftwardly pass it over the correct section.
- Tuck it underneath the left section.
- Continue alternating sides until the hair is dehydrated.
- Use a rubber band to secure the end of your hair.
- Rub your hair between your hands to create a tangled braid.
14) DIY Game of Thrones Braid
- Part the hair into two sections, leaving the parting in the middle, and begin with a three-braid relief from above.
- When the hair reaches a hand’s length, we switch to a classic braid, always following the hair’s natural fall. We continue up to the middle of the mane, holding the braid in place with a rubber band. Rep with the other half.
- Once we have both, we join them by releasing the end and connecting them with an elastic band. We take a large lock of hair and wrap it with the rubber band.
- A strand of hair is removed just before the ears. Next, we make another classic braid under the first one to align them and repeat on the other side. When we have them, we open them up to give them more width.
- Finally, we join the two braids in the same manner as the previous ones and combine them with the union of the first two. We wrap another lock of hair around the rubber band and wave the rest of the hair.
It’s not that difficult. It’s the ideal way to avoid the traditional mane or ponytail on a workday.
15) DIY Low-Knotted Bun
Low-bun hairstyles are adorable. They are appropriate for both casual and formal settings.
You will learn how to make 5 simple low-bun hairstyles step by step here.
- Pull all of your hair back, and instead of pulling the ends back on the last loop of the ponytail, stop 1/4 of the way around.
- Take hold of the ends and twist them to the left and up.
- Make a loop underneath the scrunchie next.
- To achieve the effortless look, fuss a little and pull a few small sections to add detail.
- It’s as simple as that. I like how simple and fresh this hairstyle is, but you can make it more elaborate.
16) DIY Romantic Fishtail Braid with a Twist
A new hairstyle tutorial for you, this time with a unique twist on the fishtail braid. This curved fishtail, also known as a seashell braid, has a shell look and is a lovely hairstyle for day or night (from here).
Step 1: Brush back your hair to remove knots.
Step 2: Make a short part on the right side of your hair and take a section of hair to begin the braid.
Step 3: Braid your hair in a French fishtail braid from the top right to the bottom left. Fishtail French braids are made the same way as regular fishtail braids, but with extra hair from each side added as you braid. Take a small section of hair from your left hand and cross it to your right. Cross a small section of hair on the right side with your left hand. Continue braiding diagonally across the head.
Step 4: Begin curling and braiding along the bottom hairline when the braid reaches behind the left ear. Continue with a regular side braid until all hair has been braided. Use an elastic to secure the end.
Step 5: Wrap the braid around itself to form a spiral bun. Using bobby pins, secure the hair.
17) DIY Waterfall Braided Crown
Braids have progressed beyond simply tying a few strands of hair together; they have attained new levels of creativity. The waterfall braid is one braiding technique that takes the hairstyling world by storm.
1. BEGIN A CROSS BRAID
Make three sections and a few points of a standard cross braid.
Sweep the bottom strand forward the next time it’s your turn to cross it. You can secure it with a clip or your mouth.
2. THE WATERFALL STITCH
Cross the section on the part’s side like a standard braid, then sweep and secure the bottom section forward and out, like in the previous step.
Repeat this step as many times as you want to make cascading stitches.
This technique can be extended to wrap around the entire head, but when you reach the crown area, stop adding new sections (or when you can no longer see what you are doing with a mirror).
You can now release the sections you were holding in place with your mouth or clip. Finish with a standard cross braid and a small elastic to secure the tail.
Make a similar braid on the opposite side of the head.
Tie the two braids together at the back of the head with a small elastic (don’t take any free hair from the rest of the head), adjust for symmetry, and remove the individual elastics from the braids if desired.
18) DIY French Braid Top Knot
This is one of my favorite hairstyles for spring and summer. It’s ideal for both dressing up and dressing down. Women enjoy wearing it to church on Sundays or to the pool. I’m hoping you want it as much as I do.
- Use your favorite curling iron to curl your hair.
- Part the hair down the center and start with a 1-inch section on each side. We’ll braid each side of the parting so you can create from either side.
- Separate that section into three sections, and French braid it to the crown of the head.
- To make the braid look more voluminous, gently pull on each point.
- Steps 3 and 4 should be repeated on the opposite side of the part.
- Secure the braids with a clear elastic.
- Gather your braids into a messy bun and secure them with an elastic.
- Pull the bun out slightly to make it more voluminous, and secure it with bobby pins as needed.
- You’re finished!
19) DIY Faux Hawk
The faux hawk strikes a playful balance of edgy and chic. It’s an excellent choice for women who want the mohawk look but don’t want to shave their sides.
This hairstyle may appear complicated, but it is not. There is a simple way to accomplish this.
- Begin with clean hair.
- Divide the crown.
- Brush your hair thoroughly to remove knots and tangles and to separate the top layer. Secure with a clip or knot for now.
- Start by twisting small sections.
- Begin one centimeter below the pinned area on one side of the head and work your way down. Twist the hair around itself until you reach the middle of the mane, then use a bobby pin to secure the strand in the middle of the head, allowing the mids and ends to fall loosely in the middle.
- Repeat on the next lower section of hair, twisting the hair on one side of the head only and securing it with a bobby pin in the center.
- Twist and secure with bobby pins, twist and secure with bobby pins, twist and secure with bobby pins.
- Continue twisting the hair until it reaches the nape of the neck. Repeat on the other side. Check that the sections are aligned.
- Backcomb the crown of the hair. Take one more twist.
- Finish by twisting the top layer with your fingers. Apply hairspray, and you’re done.
20) DIY Pulled Back Curls
Gathering naturally curly hair always means that your curls will stretch and lose their curl pattern sooner or later.
- Separate a section of your curls from the rest. These curls will be loosely added to the ponytail later.
- Do the same on the opposite side of the parting. This section can be a little smaller or more significant than the one I chose, depending on how much hair you have.
- Tie your curls into a ponytail, but leave the previously selected front sections out. Use the smaller hair elastic to secure this ponytail.
- Next, bring the sections that were left out back into the ponytail and hold them in place while you add the more extensive hair elastic to the ponytail. Check that the front sections sit nicely on the already gathered curls.
- Wrap the more extensive hair elastic around all of the curls. Don’t worry; it won’t be obvious that you used two hair ties with varying degrees of curl. That’s all.
21. DIY Braided Bohemian Bun
- Begin by untangling your hair (which can be something other than straight or neat).
- Make a side part in your hair.
- Separate your hair on the sides from the back.
- Tie your hair back in a ponytail.
- Fold the ponytail in half. Wrap it around your hair.
- Braid the appropriate section of your hair.
- Wrap the braid tail around the base of the bun.
- Braid your hair on the left side.
- Wrap the braid tail around the base of the bun.
- Finish with hairspray to keep the style in place.