No need for a headband to intervene to pull hair off your face you can easily make this a front-row braids. Start at your hairline and work your way back on each side, then secure each braid with a hairpin or headband.
Forget extensions; this hair hack will help you to gain more slots in a few minutes. In an unexpected take on the classic ponytail, this style requires two pony tails, one on top of the other.
This chic style might look like it took hours to reach perfection, but in reality it is as simple as it is elegant. Just tie your locks back into a low pony and turn it up and to achieve this enviable, carefree locks.
Messy Crossover Pony
With just a few extra steps added to your typical ponytail, this hairstyle will surely not last long.
Low, Messy Bun
A roll is a great way to finish off any ensemble, and we particularly liked how advanced this low, looks messy bun. Once you’ve tied hair, give your mane a bit of texture by indiscriminately to frame the closing of a number of parts of your face.
Half Up Top Knot
Whether you’re rocking a lob or just moved to a swag, you can make this style work for virtually any length.
The Perfectly Messy Ponytail
Believe it or not, there is some skill involved in creating the perfect nonperfect hairstyle like this messy ponytail. There is a surprising amount of teasing and volume involved in achieving that wonderful balance between head and put together, but there is no better style to rock when a blizzard outside and all you want to do is snuggle in a sweater.