With the holidays clearly underway, how long will it take before school starts? Going back to college with a whole pack of mom’s food and new clothes, this might be a lovely opportunity for you to reinvent your style and your hairdo! That way, your friends, your colleagues, or even teachers won’t be able to recognize you! This article will give you some insight into some cute easy braided hairstyles for school.
Hairstyle 1: The Ruffled Pixie
As I am sure you have noticed, pixie cuts are extremely popular this year. So why not spice your hairstyle with a nice fringy cut in the front, with a lot of things going on throughout your hair. To make it look softer (we don’t want to look like a boy, now do we?) just make sure that you tell your stylist to keep the whole framework of your haircut soft.
Hairstyle 2: Sugar and Spice
With its long layers, with the gorgeous side-swept bands, with the optional colored strands, this hairdo has all it takes to make you look staggering! To get this enhancement, you simply need to blow dry your hair, making sure at the same time to protect it with a heat spray, and then use the flat iron to smooth strands and add shine. Further on, to keep your hair in place for the night, just spray it, but be aware that you should not overdo it!
Hairstyle 3: The Side Bun
The side bun is a hairdo that inspires youth, freshness, and a welcoming change for the new semester. You can also try this particular hairdo if you are still looking for a shift, but do not have enough resource. Offered mostly as an alternative to the upward one, the side bun is getting popular among teenagers. If you’re planning to hit the clubs the day you arrive at the campus, this hairdo is a nice and fashionable choice that does not require a professional hairstylist. To get this fabulous style, just give your hair a side part, leaving a part of the forehead covered with hair. Don’t be afraid to add flowers or other jewelery or even flowers in your bun, as it will leave a delightful impression on your colleagues!
Hairstyle 4: Long Layers with Soft Bangs
Even though fringes might make you look a bit older (but isn’t that what we want at this age?), that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The nice A-framing will highlight your best features and natural beauty. If you have a round face, you should keep the whole hairstyle straight. On the other hand, if you have a face other than round you should angle the cut at the corners. For the layers and the bang to work, the length of the whole cut should be somewhere below the shoulder line. If you want to look professional, and get at the same time a classy look, then this hairstyle will do the trick.
Hairstyle 5: Full volume
If you are a busy student and find yourself that you simply don’t have enough time to dedicate to your hairdo, and if, by chance, your hair is naturally curly, then this easy washing hairstyle is perfect for your needs. To get this hairdo, simply ask for long layers that start from your face. However, if you have straight hair, you can easily get the full volume effect by using a curling iron (while also keeping in mind the time factor). This will guarantee the elegant yet fresh aspect you always wanted, and that naturally fits any student who wants to look more mature.