5 Easy Hairstyles to Try This Month

Some days we just want to change up our look. But, if you’re not a celebrity, bold cuts, extensions and hairstylists will not be an option on Wednesday morning. There are (very) simple ways to change our hairs though.

All of the ‘hairstyles’ in this list can be done in less than 2 minutes and requires 0.5 hairstyling skill. Also, differently from what the photos might suggest, they look good in any hair texture and color. (word from a person that usually wears her naturally curly hair in a straight version, and tried all of the tricks below in both)

Photos: Pinterest

  1. Hairclips

The trend was rebirthed a few seasons ago, and it has a lot of potential to stay strong for a long time. The reason? It is easy and beautiful. By adding a hairclip to your hair, you add an interesting touch to the outfit. And it seems like you put more effort to your look. This is also the quickest way to change your hair, it literally takes 10 seconds

  1. Scrunchies

Scrunchies, or chuchina, as I called as a kid are my favorite way to tie my hair. It is not only prettier than regular hair ties, it is also healthier. They make way less damage than regular hair ties. Also, your ponytail will be different from any else.

  1. Bows

One of the prettiest hair trends from 2018 was wearing a bow on the ponytail. Of course, you can do it with a thin scarf or some piece of fabric, but there are scrunchies that already comes with a bow. They are less messy and hold better to the hair. They are also dressier than the regular (and amazing) regular scrunchie.

  1. Low Bun

According to google translate, it means low bread. To be honest, a low bun is not as good as bread. But they are chic, easy and fast to make. Also, they look good on both long and short hair. If you have long hair though, be careful to not make it too fat, otherwise you’ll feel like there is a real bread on your neck.

  1. Hairclip (again)

This is a different way to wear a hairclip. This version is the one moms loved to wear on early 2000s (at least my mom did). To keep the hair out of your face, secure the front bit behind your head (I hope this makes sense).

 

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