The Headband: Remember the easy days when all you did to style your gorgeous long hair was brush it and put a headband on? Well ladies, we’re here to tell you that this look is totally back in style. It is so easy we can’t believe it, and you can use cute headbands with sequins or bows for an extra pop of individuality!
The Curl Curling: long hair can take a while, we know, but similar to flat ironing it, you can leave the look for a few days without worrying about re-styling. Curl as usual, using your preferred heating tool, and use a mix of dry shampoo and hairspray in the days following to maintain your look.
The Half and Half: To get this super quick style, simply gather the top half of your hair and tie it back in a loose pony tail, leaving the bottom part of your mane free. It’s classic, elegant, and takes a few seconds!
Classic Bangs: If you’d rather have a hairstyle that does the work for you, try getting bangs during your next chop. They can be a bit tricky to get used to styling, but once you have it down, you’ll only spend a few minutes each morning (or less) on your hair.
Side Braid Braids are the lifesavers for long haired girls. You really can’t go wrong with a classic side braid, and it will be a perfect way to show off a slightly Parisian attitude!
The Bedhead: Okay ladies, we know you aren’t going to believe us when we say this, but you don’t have to style your hair at all. What? No styling? That’s right! One of the trendiest hairstyles these days is the “I woke up like this” look, which is as it sounds – wake up, maybe brush a comb briefly through your hair (or don’t if that’s your style), and done.
Side Part: Sometimes a hairstyle can be as simple as changing your part. If you’ve been rocking a middle part, try changing it up with a side part. It’s an easy hairstyle that will definitely change the look of your hair with almost no effort on your part.
Pushed To The Side: If you want a slightly more glam look with minimal effort, leave your long hair out as usual and just push it to one side of your head. If you want to pin it back to keep it in place, you can, but if you are fine with occasionally moving it back to the side, there’s no need to bother!