Casual Hairstyle Tutorials

We probably all love that kind of a lazy day when we stay at home and just don’t care how we look. Especially if you’re a woman that puts make up every day and does all kinds of hairstyles from day to day, for all kinds of events. After a long week of being “classy” or “tidy”, a careless day spent in pajamas, with no make-up and with a simple old-fashioned lazy bun on your head is quite welcomed. On a day like this you do your hair without a second thought, but often it somehow ends up looking really good?! While, on the other hand, when you’re preparing to go out and it really needs to look good, it just won’t? I believe that women around the whole world know exactly how frustrating this is. We bring you a few simple tips that will make every day a good hair day.

Piled Up Pony

For this adorable and simple hairstyle, you’ll need to have some hair elastics and bobby pins. First of all, you should group your hair into a high ponytail. However, your bangs or the front pieces of hair should be left out and the ponytail should be secured with an elastic. Next, you’ll definitely encounter some stray curls or some other imperfections around the ponytail, so you should use bobby pins to straighten that up. For the end, tousle the ponytail, bangs or the front pieces of hair a bit so your hair would look more natural, casual and just like you wanted it to look like!



Messy Bun

Step 1 is to gather your hair up in a high ponytail. If you have bangs, choose whether you want to pull them up, or leave them on your face. Next step is to smooth out any lumps in your hair. Use your elastic band to pull the ponytail halfway through it and then twist it around and pull the rest of the hair back up into the small bun. Then just form your bun how you want it to be. Lose it up, or tight it up, pull it and shape it however you want. Tuck the messy hair ends into the elastic band.





Fishtail Braid

You start again by pulling your hair up into a ponytail. Securing your hair with an elastic band might come in handy if you don’t have much practice with this. Divide the ponytail into two equal sized ponytails. Take a ½ inch section from the left side and pull it above the left ponytail over to the right one, without twisting the hair. Do the same with the right side. Repeat until you run out of hair. If it’s messy, do not worry about it, that’s a part of its charm. Put another elastic band on the end of the braid. Now just cut the first elastic band if you used it and adjust the hair as you see fit.


Nessie L.B.

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