The simplest updos are usually the best looking and most elegant.
When it comes to your hair less is definitely more. To start with when you put your hair up to go for one solid look, do not try and mix and match.
For example, mixing a quiff with a bun would look like a disaster, choose one or the other and stick to it. This works with accessories also, pick either a headband or cute clips not both.
To create a simple up look the easiest thing to do is to put your hair up in a bun or a ponytail.
It is also very important to have a nice band to tie your hair with, or simply tie some hair around the band if this is a problem.
One of the time-tested looks is to have half your hair up and the other half down, and this is by far the simplest.
Try curling or straightening your hair first, and then grip the other up in some way. This is also not a problem if for some reason the ‘look’ came undone because part of this look is having the hair curled or straightened in the first place.
You could also try braiding or plaiting your hair, this is simple and yet beautifully styled and is also a quick way to get your hair ready.
No matter which style you choose, remember that practice makes perfect. Avoid waiting until the last minute to figure out your look. Give it enough time to make sure that you truly know what you’re doing! Trust me, this is the best piece of advice I can give. You NEVER want to procrastinate, and styling your hair is certainly no exception.
Short, Easy & Cute Hairstyles
Most of these hairstyles are easy to style because there is less hair to play with, as simple as that.
If you can’t put your hair up in any way but still want to look gorgeous when you go out here are a few ideas to get you looking great, fast!
Using a cute clip to take hair off your face can not only open and brighten up your face, but also make you look very smart for an evening out. You can also experiment with wax and change the direction of your hair.
It is recommended to either sleek hair back totally, or mess it up completely, never go for a halfway look as this seems much more casual. This look can look great if you’ve got naturally curly locks.
Another way to create a ‘do’ with very little hair is to create the illusion of more. You can do this by twisting and pinning some of your hair at the back of your head. Or you can simply blow dry your hair so that it flicks outwards to create more volume, or you could try rollers or tongs to create something similar.