Top 10 Easy Hairstyles To Make In This Lockdown
This has to be the most stressful time, especially if you don’t know how to do it yourself. Lockdown means no salons, but you can learn something new. During this lockdown, a long-lasting hairstyle is a way to go to avoid wearing a head wrap every day. Don’t freak: Try one of these amazing-fast hairstyles, and you’ll be ready in seconds.
Let’s have a look on top 10 amazing hairstyles for lockdown:
1. The modern messy bun
This off-duty bun will create even the most knotted hair look instantly polished, with very little effort needed.
Step 1: Brush It Up
Brush your hair into a high ponytail, then slip a headband over your hair about an inch back from your hairline.
Step 2: Twist It
Twist your ponytail into a bun, then secure the entire thing with five or six bobby pins scattered around the edges of the bun.
Step 3: Add Some Volume
On the front of your head stick the end of a tail comb through the hair, and add volume by wiggle up, tugging sections of hair at your roots.
2. The mega volume double pony
This voluminous ponytail is anything but blah, with the added height and extra length.
Step 1: Go Half-Up
Pull your hair above the ears into a half-down, half-up ponytail, letting the hair beneath your ears.
Step 2: Double Up
Put the rest of your hair into a 2nd ponytail right beneath the 1st one.
Step 3: Tease It Out
To create fullness, tease the ponytail by using a fine-tooth comb.
3. The twist and pin
Let your fine hair be an easy upgrade that won’t fall flat.
Step 1: Start Twisting
Twist a 1-inch piece of hair near your temple away from your face.
Step 2: Criss-Cross It
Secure the twisted past with a bobby-pin, then slide the 2nd pin over the 1st to create an X-shape.
4. The Grown-Up Half-Up
Repurpose last night’s mussed-up texture with an easy out face style.
Step 1: Scoop It Up
Sweep the hair into a half-up, half-down style—leaving out two fine layers of hair to frame your face—and tie the ponytail with a band.
Step 2: Invert It
Grasp the bottom of your ponytail, and, with the help of your finger, tug a little at the band to make an opening above it and tuck and pull the bottom half of the ponytail through the space you’ve made.
5. The Reversed French-Twist Pony
This modern chignon and a hybrid of a low ponytail are way easier than it looks.
Step 1: Make a Pony
Make a low ponytail.
Step 2: Twist It
Twist the ponytail into itself to make a thick roll down the center of your head, then pin the hair in place with several bobby pins.
6. The Knotted Low Bun
Show off a beautiful style with this no-nonsense braided bun.
Step 1: Braid It
Make a low ponytail, tie it off with a hair tie, then loosely braid the length of hair and tie the ends also.
Step 2: Make the Bun
Wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail, tucking in the loose ends of hair and tie them with bobby pins.
7. The Cool-Girl Twist
Keep crazy layers in place with this easy twist.
Step 1: Get Twirling
Separate a small triangle part of hair starting at the center of your hairline. Twist, flip it over and secure with bobby pins.
8. The Headband Tuck
This low-key style adds a stylish look to your hair.
Step 1: Amp It Up
Take the entire back section of your hair at the root and tease with a comb to add volume.
Step 2: Add a Tie
Brush hair back into a ponytail and then place a ribbon close to your hairline and tie it at the nape of your neck, over the ponytail.
Step 3: Tug It
Tug the top of the ponytail up with the help of the ribbon to create an overhanging loop.
9. The Hair Headband
With this simple slicked-back style don’t worry about bed head frizz.
Step 1: Create the Band
Separate two face-framing pieces and make a pony of the rest of your hair.
Step 2: Secure Them
Tie those face-framing pieces with a mini-elastic band at the nape of your neck, and untie your ponytail so the hair falls loosely over your ‘headband.’
10. The Fanned-Out Bun
Create even the finest of hair look fuller with this voluminous bun.
Step 1: Make a High Pony
By using a boar-bristle brush, Sweep your hair into a high ponytail.
Step 2: Wrap It
Grasp the end of the ponytail. Separate the hair under the hair tie into two sections with a space between them. Then, pull the pony about halfway through the opening you’ve made.
Step 3: Fan It Out
Gently fan out the hair in the bun. Pinup the ends of your ponytail at the base of the bun, leaving a few pieces out.
They might take a couple of minutes if you haven’t done them before. You can do them easily, but you can also put together any of these hairstyles en route.