Easy-Peasy Hairdo for Busy Girls

Easy-Peasy Hairdo for Busy Girls

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Woke up with zero time to prep your bedhead? Just try out one of these crazy-fast and simple hairdo! Who said super-chic hairstyles are not for late risers (or lazy girls)?

Flower Braid

Add blooming accent to your hair with this styling technique. First, gather a section of hair from both sides of your head in line with your temples and put the sections into a small pony in the back. Then, braid the pony down to the ends. Tug at sections of the braid to loosen it to make it look more voluminous. The exaggerated edges also help create that flower-petal finish. Spin the braid around into a bun and pin it securely against your head.

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Classy Pony

There is a lot of variation in ponytails. For this style, separate your hair into two even sections, one in the front and one in the back, and secure the back half into a ponytail. Pull the right half of the front section across the back of your head over your hair tie and pin it on top of the ponytail. Then pull the front left section across the back of your head, draping it over the ponytail, and pin it securely to your head.

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Easy Curls

For this style needs, you will need a curling wands. First of all, secure your hair in a high pony using fabric-covered elastic, then split the tail in half. Wrap the first half over and around a curling wand for 10 seconds or less, and then do the same for the second half. Lastly, let down your ponytail and separate the curls with your fingers.

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Twisted Halo

This is a hairdo for longer hair. First, twist back a small section of hair from one side of your head and secure it with a pin in the middle of your head. Then twist back a small section of hair from the other side of your head, tuck it behind the first twisted section, and pin it in the middle of your head.

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