Do you feel tired of having your hair done the same way every day? Do you feel that your clean and sleek hairstyle look so limp and plain? Maybe it’s time to change the style of your hair.
You don’t need to run to the salon anymore whenever you got a date to go or a party to attend. And if you don’t know what hair style you need, here are some tips that would help you rock any event. And what’s more, these are easy styles to do so you don’t have to spend a dime going to expensive salons to get that chic hair do.
- The Gorgeous Natural Waves
Accessories Needed: Curling Iron (optional); Tissue Paper; Elastic Band
When it comes to natural waves, the most common thing to use is the curling iron. But what if this curling iron is not available? The remedy for that is to use tissue.
Roll the tissue paper lengthwise and shape it like a straw. Grab a small portion of your hair and loo the tip around the tissue paper until you have wrap around three-fourths of the hair length. (3/4 is the suggested length of the wave). Tie the ends of the tissue to make it stay on place and repeat the process with the rest of the hair.
Note: You can also use hair spray or other curling products but don’t overdo it. The more you use sprays and gels, the heavier the hair gets and tends to straighten the waves.
- Flirty Messy Updo
Accessories Needed: Elastic band, Bobby pins, Hair donut (the one that used to create buns)
This messy updo hairstyle is best for formal events and night-outs with friends. This only requires a little of your time and affordable accessories.
Use the hairbrush to gather all your hair a little above your ears and secure it with an elastic or hair band. Insert the tied-up hair into the hair donut until it touches your head. Spread the loose hair evenly around the hair donut and insert all the loose hair under it. Secure with bobby pins.
It’s very easy and you can do it anytime, anywhere.
- The Pretty Ponytail
Accessories Needed: Comb, Hair Band/Elastics, Bobby Pins
The pretty ponytail is every girl’s best friend. You can do it in less than five minutes. But there are some ways how to rock and glam the ponytail.
Use a comb to part your hair and gather it a little below your ears. Tie it together with a hairband or elastics. Grab a tiny section of the hair from the tie-up hair and use this small section to wrap around the hairband to hide the elastic. Secure with bobby pins.
Run a brush on random of your head to give more volume to your hair. It’s so easy and so you.