I get requests all the time for hair tutorials which can be worn at school. It’s a hard request because all schools have different rules about what can be worn and what can’t. So here is a bunch of ideas to inspire you. They aren’t full tutorials but you can get the generally idea. Pretty much all of them are just simple styles jazzed up with cute accessories. .
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12 Easy Hairstyles For School Instructions
Today’s tutorial is a mish-mash of a lot of different styles suitable for school!
I get a lot of requests for school appropriate hairstyles.
It’s a little hard though because every school has different rules.
My answer: put on a cute headband… done!
Seriously though, here are a bunch of real ideas.
First up is an easy way to wear a headband a little bit differently.
Pull two pieces of hair in front of the ears forward.
Put on the headband and then twist the pieces backwards and pin them at the back of the head.
You can also skip the headband with this style and add a pretty bow or flower to cover the pin.
Cute and a bit more interesting than a plain headband.
Next we have a simple style which is suited to Summer or being a bit more active.
For a quick clean look, tease your fringe upwards and then brush it back.
Pop a headband over it and then smooth down.
This one is very quick and great for keeping hair off your face in the Summer heat.
This is a messy twist on regular plaits.
Divide your hair in half and then plait half way down.
Tie it off then puff out the plaits so they are really puffy.
One done and then repeat on the other side.
You want to keep the plaits fairly loose as you’re going and start the plait a little further away from the ear than you would a tight plait.
This will give you lots of extra hair to puff it up and make it look messy.
This style is a simple high half ponytail but it’s off to one side for extra cuteness.
Grab a small section of hair at the top of your head.
This style works best if you leave quite a bit of hair at the bottom.
Brush it to one side and then tie into a ponytail.
Add a pretty flower and that’s pretty much it!
My solution to jazzing up most plain hairstyles is to add a flower, bow or ribbon.
This lower side ponytail is a little more elegant.
Pull all your hair over one side to your ear.
Tie up and add a flower.
I like to tie it just below my ear and then pull the band up to make it puff out.
Even a plain side ponytail looks better with a flower.
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