With school coming back, it is obviously time to talk about some back to school hair. This year, I wanted to focus on styles that are a bit more quick and easy to style with your favorite outfit. I hope this helps give you some inspo on your way to back to school. Let’s get started. We’re gonna start with this half-up do. First, make a U-shaped section on the top of your head and secure it into an elastic. Then, wrap the ponytail into a loose bun and put it in place. Now, you’re gonna do the same thing a few inches lower. You can choose to connect these two buns for a more polished look, or you can leave them apart for a more undone look. And that’s it, this is great for an understated bohemian look. It’s feminine, but it’s not too much, and you can easily pair it with a cute sweater or florals.
And now, we’re moving onto this bun. I got a few requests for hairstyles that are easy to do and that you can wear accessories with. So, here you go. So, I’m gonna make a loose bun, starting obviously with a high ponytail. Now, depending on your hair, you can keep it sleek, or you can loosen it up a little bit to make it more rolled out of bed chic. And then, if your hair is shorter, you can also do this with a half-up ponytail if your whole hair doesn’t go into that ponytail. Then, I like to back comb the hair with my fingers to fluff it out. Then, I wrap it into a bun. And once you’ve pinned it in place, you can fluff it out a little bit more for more volume.
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Now, if you have baby hairs on the nape of your neck, here’s what you can do. Bring them together and give them a twist. Then, bobby pin them using this lock down method. You’re gonna twist the pin a few times, place it over that twist that you made, and then turn it degrees, and pin back in the direction that you came from. And those baby hairs are not going anywhere. Finally, I’m adding this bun pin from Kitsch. I love bun pins because they’re beyond easy to use, and they really take a basic bun to the next level. And that’s it, next time you’re having a bad hair day or you’re running late, just give this hairstyle a try, and see if it doesn’t make everything better. And finally, let’s go onto this double dutch updo.
You’re gonna start by splitting your hair in half, and if you don’t like how your hair looks with a middle part, you can part your hair on top diagonally so that you have that side part and a little asymmetry. I’m going to stick with a middle part, then clip one side out of the way and dutch braid the side you’ve left down. I recommend starting with really small pieces and slowly making the pieces you add in larger. That gives the braid a little more definition. And if you don’t know how to dutch braid, I have a whole tutorial on that that will teach you how. Once you get to the nape of your neck, secure that hair into an elastic, and then pull the braid apart for some extra volume. Once you have the braid the way you want it, you can braid the hair in the ponytail about / of the way.
Then, also pull apart the braid that’s in the ponytail, and then wrap it into a bun. With the unbraided ends, just wrap them loosely. I really love the added texture of the unbraided hair next to the braids. And now, we’re gonna do the same thing on the other side. If the bun I just showed you sounds too complicated, you can do the puffy bun that I did for the last hairstyle. Or, honestly, whatever you find easiest. And once that’s done, your hairstyle is complete. This is a super Instagramable hairstyle, and you can style it edgy, boho, comfy, or girly. Whatever you’re feeling for this new semester of school. And that’s it. I hope you guys enjoyed this back to school Post, and I hope I gave you some inspo for your look this semester. Remember, styling is all about expressing who you are, so ignore the trends of what you feel like you should wear, and just have fun with it. And obviously, study hard, and stay in school. And that’s it for today. I hope you guys enjoyed it.