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Some days there’s just no chance of being able to spending a lot of time on your hair. Whatever your reason may be—whether you woke up late, you don’t have the time, or you just don’t feel like it—that doesn’t mean you have to rock boring hair for the day. So, before you wear ho-hum hair one more day, check out our top 12 favorite fuss-free hairstyles perfect for even the laziest of ladies.
Looking for a super-intricate look that can instantly dress up any outfit? Embrace a little #FlowerPower!
Get the look by following these simple steps:
Step 1: Create a half-up ponytail. Using your fingers, gather the hair at your temples and put it into a half-up ponytail. Secure it in place with a clear mini elastic.
Step 2: Braid your pony. Weave your half-up ponytail all the way to the ends.
Step 3: Pancake your braid. Gently tug the sections of your braid apart starting at the bottom and working your way to the top. The more you tug, the more voluminous your flower braid will bloom. Don’t tug it too much though because then your braid will fall apart.
Step 4: Wrap your braid. Starting at the base of your braided pony, spin it around itself to create the appearance of a flower. Once it looks just right, pin it in place and you’re good to go!
Ever wonder how all the girls at your office have the time to create such stylish ponytails? Guess what? It’s a lot easier than you think!
Step 1: Divide your hair into two sections. Part your hair horizontally across your head to create two even sections: one closer to your hairline and one closer to the nape of your neck.
Step 2: Make a ponytail with the back section. Using the section closest to the nape of your neck, create a ponytail. Be sure to use a clear elastic or a hair tie that matches your hair color so that it’s easily concealable.
Step 3: Split your front section in half. You can either do this with a middle or side part, depending on how you normally part your hair.
Step 4: Wrap the left side. First, take the left half of your front section and pull it back, wrapping the strands around the base of your ponytail.
Step 5: Then wrap the right. Follow it up by wrapping the right side around your ponytail. Make sure that your hair tie is concealed and then use a bobby pin to secure the wrap on the underside of the base of your ponytail. Voila!
If looking like you put a lot more effort into your look than you actually did is right up your alley, then than this stylish tuck is perfect for you. In just three steps you’ll look red carpet ready.
Step 1: Put on an elastic headband. Grab your favorite infinity headband and place it around the crown of your head—about an inch back from your hairline and just above your ears.
Step 2: Begin to tuck at your left ear. Starting on your left side, take a small section of hair and wrap it around your headband.
Step 3: Work all the way around to the right. Continue wrapping hair around your headband until you make it all the way over to the right side. Depending on how crisp or laidback you want your hairstyle to look, use a rat tail comb to gently tug your tucked hair down. Just make sure that in the process you don’t reveal any part of the headband around the back of your head.
Sometimes you just want to get your hair out of your face—we feel you. This two-step look will get the job done with a feminine twist we’re sure you’ll love.
Get the look by following these simple steps:
Step 1: Make your first twist. Taking a small section of hair on the left side of your head, make a twist from roots to ends. Use a bobby pin to secure it in place at the back of your head.
Step 2: Make your second twist. Do the exact same thing on your right side. Super-simple, super-pretty!
This one’s a forever favorite. The perfect messy bun doesn’t take much styling, but it looks effortlessly gorgeous every time.
Step 1: Create a loose high ponytail. Gather all of your hair into a ponytail at the crown of your head.
Step 2: Twist your ponytail around itself. Twist your ponytail from the base all the way down to your ends and then wrap it around itself to form a bun.
Step 3: Pin your bun in place. Pop a few bobby pins in place, muss it up a bit, and you’re ready to head out the door.
On the days when you want to spruce up your ‘do with a little curvy definition, this look is for you. Get excited because we’re here to tell you (and show you) that styling curly hair doesn’t have to be a long process. Check it out!
Step 1: Make a high ponytail. Using a crease-free hair tie, create a super-loose high ponytail.
Step 2: Split your ponytail in half. You know what to do.
Step 3: Curl one side at a time. Take a curling iron and curl each side of your ponytail.
Step 4: Let it down. Take your hair tie out to reveal your easiest curls yet.
How do some women have such thick, luscious locks? What if we told you that you could, too? Before you start laughing, try our tutorial below for your fullest, bounciest pony yet.
Get the look by follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Make a half-up ponytail. Split your hair just above your ears to create a high ponytail.
Step 2: Pop in a bobby pin. To give your ‘do extra lift, put a bobby pin or two pointing down through the underside of your ponytail. Sounds silly, but just wait till you see the oomph.
Step 3: Create a second ponytail directly under the first. Using the rest of your hair, tie up another ponytail about an inch from the first.
Step 4: Hide your second pony. To make your hair look naturally voluminous, be sure to fan out your top pony to conceal the bottom one.
For some reason, so many people automatically assume that updos are some fancy schmancy ‘do that requires loads of time. We’re here to tell you otherwise.
Step 1: Split your hair into two sections at the nape of your neck. Make them even and you’re ready for the next step.
Step 2: Twist each side. It doesn’t have to be super-tight or perfect because this hairstyle looks best slightly undone.
Step 3: Tie them into a knot. Take your slightly twisted sections and tie them into a knot.
Step 4: Pin the ends. Grab some bobby pins to secure your knot in place, securing the ends any way you please.
Asymmetrical? Check. Stylish? Check. Work-appropriate? Check! Need we say more?
Step 1: Separate your hair into two sections. Use a rat tail comb to create a side part, easily splitting your hair into two sections cascading down one shoulder.
Step 2: Loop, swoop, and pull. Tie the sections together in a low knot.
Step 3: Finish with another knot. Repeat Step 2 and secure your look with a clear elastic.
Believe it or not, you don’t have to have wicked good braiding skills to look positively royal.
Step 1: Create two Dutch braids. Using an underhand braiding technique, create a Dutch braid on either side of your head. Depending on how you normally part your hair, create your braids accordingly.
Step 2: Pin to the opposite side. Cross each braid over the nape of the neck and secure with a few bobby pins.
Plain ponytails just not cutting it for you? This three-step version will leave you head over heels.
Step 1: Create a French accent braid. Part your hair very far to one side, and on the smaller side of the part, create a French braid from your hairline to your ends.
Step 2: Make a ponytail. Gently pull all of your hair back into a ponytail. Yes, even the braid.
Step 3: Hide your hair tie. Pro move: Wrap a teeny section of hair around your hair tie to conceal your hair tie.
Not summer? No worries! These air-dried ocean-free waves are perfect any time of year.
Step 1: Start with wet hair. Easy enough!
Step 2: Use a wave-enhancing spray. Instead of reaching for a blow-dryer, spritz on some of the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Wave Swept Spray to wet hair from roots to ends.
Step 3: Scrunch your hair. To give your waves added definition, place your hands under your ends and scrunch upwards towards your roots. Do this a couple of times to help your hair set in place.
Step 4: Let it air dry. Go about your morning as you normally would and your hair will come to life all on its own.