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5 Back-to-School Hairstyles

These styles require no-heat and take only moments to create, making it perfect for back-to-school mornings!

 

Rope Braid Ponytail

  • Start by brushing your hair to get rid of any knots/tangles. If you wear hair extensions, clip in a few wefts upside down for this look. Next, secure your hair in a high ponytail and add a bit of hairspray for hold. To create the rope braid, separate your ponytail into two sections and begin twisting both of them in the same direction. Then, twist those two sections together in the opposite direction to create a rope braid. Continue braiding all the way down and secure with a hair tie. This is a very sleek look and definitely more interesting than a regular ponytail!

 

Criss-Cross Hairstyle

  • Take 2 small sections from the front of your head and secure them in the back with a small elastic band. Then, take another 2 sections from the front, repeating the same steps. Continue this process as many times down your head until you are satisfied with the look. It’s a very easy process to master, is super chic, and will also keep your strands away from your face!

 

Braided Headband

  • This is a great way to style long hair! Take a section of hair behind your ear and complete a regular braid. Then, pin it across your head as if it were a headband. Repeat the same steps on the opposite side. Et voila, an easy and creative style to rock!

 

French Braid Bun

  • Begin by sectioning the front of your hair to create a French braid down the middle. Secure the braid with a small elastic band and pull up the hair into a ponytail. You can stop right there or go one step further and pull your hair up into a bun. This hairstyle allows for your hair to be completely out of your face, while also being a totally unique look to flaunt!

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Posted: Sep 05 2016
by: Leyla Milani Hair

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