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Easy Back To School Hairstyles

posted in Beauty > Hair
05/15/2015
  • Choose between a messy ponytail or a sleek ponytail. If you desire a neat and sleek ponytail, brush your hair and consider straightening it before proceeding. If you want a messy ponytail, which is just as cute, leave your hair in its natural state.
    Choose between a messy ponytail or a sleek ponytail. If you desire a neat and sleek ponytail, brush your hair and consider straightening it before proceeding. If you want a messy ponytail, which is just as cute, leave your hair in its natural state.
  • Gather all your hair at the back of your head. Choose either a low, medium, or high height.
    Gather all your hair at the back of your head. Choose either a low, medium, or high height.
  • Comb your hair to prevent bumps. You can use a comb or simply run your fingers through your hair while you're gathering it into a ponytail. If you prefer to have a messy ponytail, you don't need to check for any lumps.
    Comb your hair to prevent bumps. You can use a comb or simply run your fingers through your hair while you're gathering it into a ponytail. If you prefer to have a messy ponytail, you don't need to check for any lumps.
  • Secure with a hair elastic. Make sure the elastic is tightly wound so your ponytail doesn't fall out. Either keep it simple or add cute hair clips. Adding headband can also enhance the look.
    Secure with a hair elastic. Make sure the elastic is tightly wound so your ponytail doesn't fall out. Either keep it simple or add cute hair clips. Adding headband can also enhance the look.
  • Try a cool twist. Take a thin strand of your hair from your ponytail. Wrap it around the hair tie and secure with bobby pins. This will cover up the hair tie for an elegant look.
Bobby pins that match your hair color are recommended so that they are less noticeable.
    Try a cool twist. Take a thin strand of your hair from your ponytail. Wrap it around the hair tie and secure with bobby pins. This will cover up the hair tie for an elegant look.
    Bobby pins that match your hair color are recommended so that they are less noticeable.
  • Choose between a neat side ponytail or a messy side ponytail. For a neat one, you might want to take time to straighten your hair first. For a messy one, which is just as cute, just let your hair keep its natural texture.
    Choose between a neat side ponytail or a messy side ponytail. For a neat one, you might want to take time to straighten your hair first. For a messy one, which is just as cute, just let your hair keep its natural texture.
  • Brush all of your hair to one side. It doesn't matter if your side ponytail is located on the left or the right.
    Brush all of your hair to one side. It doesn't matter if your side ponytail is located on the left or the right.
  • Gather your hair into a ponytail just below and behind your ear. The end of the ponytail should drape over your shoulder.
    Gather your hair into a ponytail just below and behind your ear. The end of the ponytail should drape over your shoulder.
  • Secure with a hair elastic or rubber band.
    Secure with a hair elastic or rubber band.
  • Use hairspray or hair pins if needed to secure loose strands.
    Use hairspray or hair pins if needed to secure loose strands.
  • Divide your hair into two layers. There should be a top layer and a bottom layer.
    Divide your hair into two layers. There should be a top layer and a bottom layer.
  • Gather the top layer. Pull the top layer back and away from your face as if you were making a ponytail. Secure it with a hair tie.
    Gather the top layer. Pull the top layer back and away from your face as if you were making a ponytail. Secure it with a hair tie.
  • Leave the rest of your hair down. You can curl or straighten the rest of your hair, or just let it stay in its natural state.
    Leave the rest of your hair down. You can curl or straighten the rest of your hair, or just let it stay in its natural state.
  • Finish with some colorful clips or a headband.
    Finish with some colorful clips or a headband.
  • For look 3, gather your hair so there is a top layer & a bottom layer. ( Just like the previous hair style )
    For look 3, gather your hair so there is a top layer & a bottom layer. ( Just like the previous hair style )
  • Gather the top layer and leave out two strands. Pull the top layer back and away from your face as if you were making a ponytail, but leave out a strand on either side. Secure it with a hair tie.
    Gather the top layer and leave out two strands. Pull the top layer back and away from your face as if you were making a ponytail, but leave out a strand on either side. Secure it with a hair tie.
  • Twist the two strands. Twist them tightly so they stay twirled, then secure them to the top of your hair tie with hair pins.
    Twist the two strands. Twist them tightly so they stay twirled, then secure them to the top of your hair tie with hair pins.
  • Divide your hair in four sections. They should be stacked on top of one another in a line stretching from the top of your head to the nape of your neck.
    Divide your hair in four sections. They should be stacked on top of one another in a line stretching from the top of your head to the nape of your neck.
  • Tie the first section into a ponytail.
    Tie the first section into a ponytail.
  • Tie the second section into a ponytail, adding the first ponytail.
    Tie the second section into a ponytail, adding the first ponytail.
  • Repeat with the other sections. This is a pretty layered look that's more interesting than a regular ponytail.
    Repeat with the other sections. This is a pretty layered look that's more interesting than a regular ponytail.
  • Try a messy bun. Secure your hair in a neat ponytail. Twist the actual hair around the base, where the hair tie is. Secure with another elastic and pull random pieces out.
    Try a messy bun. Secure your hair in a neat ponytail. Twist the actual hair around the base, where the hair tie is. Secure with another elastic and pull random pieces out.
  • Do a sporty bun. Pull your hair up like you are making a ponytail. However, when you put the elastic in, only wrap it fully twice. The third time, only pull the pony halfway through. Pull out random pieces, if needed.
    Do a sporty bun. Pull your hair up like you are making a ponytail. However, when you put the elastic in, only wrap it fully twice. The third time, only pull the pony halfway through. Pull out random pieces, if needed.
  • Do a sleek, dressy bun. Take a small bit of hair at the top of your head. Do a bun as described in the second method. Split the rest of your hair in half. Take the right half and wrap it around your head, including the beginning bun. Do the same with the left.
    Do a sleek, dressy bun. Take a small bit of hair at the top of your head. Do a bun as described in the second method. Split the rest of your hair in half. Take the right half and wrap it around your head, including the beginning bun. Do the same with the left.
  • Part your hair. Do with either a center part or a side part (for an older look). Brush your hair so it's tangle-free.
    Part your hair. Do with either a center part or a side part (for an older look). Brush your hair so it's tangle-free.
  • Divide your hair into two sections. Tie one section off for later using a clip or a ponytail holder.
    Divide your hair into two sections. Tie one section off for later using a clip or a ponytail holder.
  • Braid the first section and secure with an elastic. Do the same to the section tied off earlier.

    Braid the first section and secure with an elastic. Do the same to the section tied off earlier.
  • Divide your hair into two sections. Comb them out so that they're tangle-free.
    Divide your hair into two sections. Comb them out so that they're tangle-free.
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    Cross a strand from the right section to the left. Take a strand from the outside edge of the right section and cross it over. For a more intricate fishtail braid, use a very small strand of hair.

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    Cross a strand from the left section to the right. Take a strand from the outside edge of the left section and cross it over, making sure it crosses over the strand from the other side.

  • Continue crossing strands back and forth. As you move down the length of your hair, you'll see the fishtail pattern emerging.
    Continue crossing strands back and forth. As you move down the length of your hair, you'll see the fishtail pattern emerging.
  • Secure the end with a ponytail holder.

That is the end of our looks! Enjoy!
    Secure the end with a ponytail holder.

    That is the end of our looks! Enjoy!

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