Three Easy hairstyles using NO heating tools
I don’t know about you, but when I’m in a rush to run off somewhere, I don’t have time to blow-dry or straighten my hair. I usually do these simple but cute hairstyles instead. They take about 3-5min to accomplish, here are some of my favorite looks.
This hairstyle is my go-to during the summer time, you can wear it at the beach if you don’t like sand getting tangled to your hair or at the pool. You can even rock this look on a night out with your friends and still look cute. I get asked a lot on how I style my space buns and it’s so simple and takes 3min to do.
Step 1: You can style this with dry or wet damp hair, personally I like to have my hair damp. This makes it easier for me to keep my buns tight and baby hairs to stay put together, first you just want to part your hair in the middle in two sections.
Step 2: Make sure your hair is combed throughout and tangled free, comb the first half of your hair into a ponytail to the desired height you want your bun to be placed at.
Step 3: Twist your ponytails into a rope, his step is very important if you want to achieve that tight bun
Step 4: Wrap the hair rope you created into a bun
Step 5: Lay down some baby hairs to the front of your hair. This step is completely up to you, personally I like to do this because this will add a more textured look to your hairstyle.
Mini piggy tails
This hairstyle gives me a 2000’s vibe, and lately throwback looks have been making a comeback. This is a fun and cute hairstyle that can suit just about everyone.
Step 1: Comb your hair thoroughly so it’s easy to part (your hair can be damp or dry)
Step 2: Part your hair in the middle
Step 3: Take a small section of hair from the front and tie each pony tail with a rubber band, repeat on the other side
Step 4: If your hair is wet, you can apply moose to your hair and crunch it hair to add more volume
Step 5: After applying the moose to your hair and crunching it, blow-dry your hair. To add more volume, try cuffing your hand into a bowl and hold the bottom tips of your hair up while blow-drying
Step 6: Lay out some baby hairs
Slick back bun
This is my go-to whenever I feel like I don’t have time to fix my hair before work, or whenever I want to look more put together.
Step 1: To get a sleeker look, you would want to do this style with wet hair. First comb your hair thoroughly so there’s no tangles when you’re parting
Step 2: Part your hair on the side you usually part your hair or in the middle if you part in the middle
Step 3: Comb the front of your hair in the direction your part is in with a bristle brush
Step 4: Tie a low bun of tail with a ponytail or rubber band
Step 5: Lay out some front baby hairs to add more texture to your hairstyle