Quick DIY Hairstyles for the Week
The woman of today is perpetually juggling between her personal and professional life. Instead of working for 8 hours a day, our minds are subconsciously at work too. Are we taking out the time to take care of ourselves? While it is tr ue that feeling good is the key to looking good, it also works the other way round. Who doesn’t feel more confident when they are in their best outfit and hair to compliment that? Ah, the problem lies in the time crunch, though. Here are five effortless DIY hairstyles for your five day week at work. Now look different on every day.
5 Easiest DIY Hairstyles For Office
This hairstyle is perfect for a bad hair day. Apply some dry shampoo before doing up this hairstyle. It will help dry the greasy look. Take all your hair to one side and divide it into two sections. Then simply tie a knot and repeat it so that you have two knots in a row. Use a transparent elastic rubber band to secure the ponytail. Use a fine comb to run through your ponytail and crown for a volumized look.
Comb your hair and pull all of it together high up. Twist all that hair and twirl it around the top of your hair to make the bun. This hairstyle does not require a rubber band so you will need loads of bobby pins to secure it up there. After your bun is secure, pull out some strands to give your hair a natural look.
The Bouncy Bun
Take sections of your hair and back comb them. Tie up your hair into a loose ponytail. Then take the ponytail and pull it forward and then fix it back near the rubber band. It will seem like an upside down bun. Use your hands to spread the hair on the left and right side.
Back comb your hair to add some volume to the ponytail. Part your hair in the crown area, could be middle or side parting, whatever you think suits you best. Hold up the remaining hair to tie up a ponytail, then take an evenly width section from the bottom part of your hair to tie it around the ponytail. Since we aren’t using rubber bands, it’s best to secure your ponytail with bobby pins.
Tie up your hair into a ponytail but leave the bottom section behind to work up some braids. Use the ponytail to make a bun on the top part of your hair. Then divide the bottom part of your hair into two sections and braid each section separately. Once the braiding is finished, take the right braid on towards the left side and the left towards the right and you are done!
Now work up any of these DIY Hairstyles at home to look like a different, fabulous you every day!