DIY: Super Easy And Fun Hairstyles!

By on August 19, 2016

Living in a competitive world it’s not an option to look improper. Whether you opt to rock a half-shaved punk hairstyles, a razor haircut or an Emo look, that’s all fine, as long as you are carrying it well. It’s never too late to experiment with new styles and trying on extraordinary looks.

Here are a few simple hairstyles for your hair, be it of any length, which you can wear for a casual outing, a formal meeting or in your free time.

The Pretty Bow Bun

Probably the cutest and the easiest hairstyle. The Pretty Bow Bun is for the days when you feel extra girly. Tease your hair or use hair spray if you want to hold the hairstyle longer.

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Stacked Bubble Braid

This hairstyle is an addition to our list of Braids. Simply take a 3 strand braid and combine/stack it on a bubble ponytail! We love how a stacked braid can take an everyday hairstyle to a creative WOW hairstyle!

Bubble Braid Hairstyles

Step-By-Step Instructions:

  1.  Start by adding a french braid at the top of the head. Stop adding new hair to the crown and finish with a normal 3-strand braid, for the remainder of the way down the hair & secure it with a small elastic.
  2. Next, pull all the hair up into a high ponytail and secure with an elastic.
  3. You should have a ponytail with a small 3-strand braid resting on top.
  4. Brush out the ponytail hair to make sure it is smooth and sleek.
  5. Using a small elastic, go down a few inches from the top of the ponytail and add your first bubble.
  6. Go back and pull the sides of the hair on your bubble until you have the size you desire.
  7. Repeat steps 5-6 until you run out of hair.
  8. Add a second elastic at the bottom for extra security.

Double Bubble Fishtail

Cute Girls Hairstyles

                   

Step-By-Step Instructions:

  1. Begin by sweeping hair over one shoulder. Divide hair into two even sections.
  2. Begin a normal fishtail and do about 5-6 fishtail stitches.
  3. Now add a small elastic to each of the two separate sections. This helps keep them divided which creates the bubble effect.
  4.  Do 5-6 more fishtail stitches.
  5. Add another small elastic onto each of the two sections.
  6. Continue to repeat these steps over and over until you run out of hair.
  7. Secure the last section together with an elastic.
  8. Pancake or stretch the hair to add volume and softness to the overall fishtail.
  9. Loosen the top of the hair near the crown to add volume.

Want more?
Here is a video on DIY:French-Up High Bun

Youth is the best time to embrace super long, carefree hair before jobs, kids and term papers get in the way. Try these, on days when you are confused whether to wash your hair or not. Just pull your hair back in a stylish way.

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