- The fish tail fake
I like the look of fishtail braids, but this goes so far beyond my abilities that it’s not even funny. That’s why I love this artificial fishtail braid. Absolutely no braiding skills required! Instead, just take hair from both sides and turn it to the back of the head. Then tie both sides together with a transparent hair tie and simply turn the hair around to the inside. Remove the hair from under the first Flip and tie it together again with a hair tie before repeating the same Flip again. You can do this as often as you like, depending on how long your hair is. When you have reached the end, tie it together with a hair tie and pull a little at each section to conceal where the hair ties are located. It’s that simple!
- Headband Updo
This looks pretty simple, although I have to admit that I don’t have any headbands to try it out with. Nevertheless, it is a great style if you do not have very long hair but want to convey the Illusion that you have. Get a headband that is not too tight to your hair, and make sure it extends around the entire back of your head. Take your hair and put it into the headband and roll it around the Band. Insert it as often as you like and store it there with hairpins if you feel you need to. This keeps both the headband and the hair in place. Not bad really.
- Looped Twist Pony
This style is better for long hair, but it looks gorgeous, so keep growing ladies! I also love this because it requires a bit of texture in the hair, which means that my laziness can transfer to washing the hair! Start with a midsection and pull all the hair together into a ponytail. Create a section above the ponytail in two parts with a box in the middle and drag the ponytail through this box. Put it on a little to make sure it is safe, and then loosen the hair a little. Repeat this a few times, depending on the length of your hair. Easy!
- A knotted half updo
My hair is always in knots, but I never really tried to tie it into knots on purpose. Nature does that enough, thank you. But when I saw this style, I started to think about it again. It’s so easy, just take hair from both sides of your head, knot it once, knot it again, secure it with two hairpins (that was an interesting lesson), and done! It takes five minutes and has literally four steps. This is my kind of hairstyle.
- Game of Thrones Braid
I tend to shy away from any style that involves braiding. It’s really not my strength. But I like the classic Glamour of many Game Of Thrones Hairstyles, and these looked simple enough. All you need to do is remove a part of your hair directly behind the hairline of the crown and divide it into three parts. Braid it all the way down and tie it with a hair tie. Repeat this on the other side. After that, comb the back a little on the back of your hair to create some volume. Then take each braid, wrap it around the back of your head and hold it with a hairpin. Do the same with the other and cross it a little to hide the pins and ties.