5 Super-Easy Hairstyles for Lazy Girls Who Can’t Even
Hair is a very precious fashion center for ladies. Growing up, many young ladies wish they could just get done with Senior High School soon and start braiding (unless, of course, for the few who had the chance to braid during vacations).
This easy protective hairstyle
The key to recreating this easy protective hairstyle is all in the prep work. Before you start braiding, section off your (freshly washed and conditioned) hair and rake a dollop of leave-in conditioner from root to tip, followed by a lightweight oil for extra hydration. Peep the quick tutorial to see how YouTuber Mia Nicole does it, and then make sure you have one of these top-rated leave-ins:
This easy flat-iron waves hairstyle
K, I know you probably don’t hear the words “flat-iron waves” and think “easy,” but I promise this hairstyle is more simple than it sounds. All you do is grab a section of hair, gently flip your straightener away from your face, and slowly glide down the strand. When you unclamp your flat iron you’ll have a cute Lil curl (which, DW, you can comb out at the end for a more low-key vibe). A top-notch straightener is non-negotiable for this look, obvs—I’m personally a fan of the below.
This easy updo for curly hair
This tutorial from All Things Olive features a handful of easy hairstyles for curls, but my personal favorite clocks in around the 1:34 mark. It’s a cute, messy bun at the crown of the head with a few loose, face-framing pieces pulled out—and it’ll take you, like, two mins max. Just set aside a thick scrunchie (I like the Slip Large Slipsilk Srunchies or the Kitsch Dinner Scrunchie) before you recreate this look.
This easy scarf hairstyle for long hair
Looking for an easy way to style your long-AF hair? Sit back and watch this tutorial from Gemary, which includes four ultra-pretty styles you can recreate with a silk scarf or bandana. I’m super into the headband-like style that starts at the 50-second mark—all you need to do is part your hair down the middle and carefully tie the scarf into a loose knot.