Along with the bad hair days are the bored hair days, when we desperately want to get out of our style rut without having to put in too much effort.
Since it's still technically summer, I'm sharing some styles that are good in the heat and won't roadblock your day. These five updos work for all seasons and can flawlessly switch up your routine look.
1. Faux updo
Photo credit: Keiko Lynn
This faux updo, styled and modeled by blogger Keiko Lynn, works with short or long hair. A slicked-down side swoop tucked under a printed scarf is both fabulous and retro. I believe using a fine-tooth comb gives the best results, and topping off your hair with a polishing oil makes hair appear fresh and pretty.
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2. Updo for curly hair
My long-haired ladies who want a change from the flowing locks: Here is a chic and easy style for you. Found on a wedding site, but works just as well for a casual day in the evening or at the office. Check out the step-by-step to get this hairstyle. All you'll need are clips, bobby pins and a little patience.
3. Double boxer braids
Move over, Hilary Swank, there's a new kind of boxer in town. Although this style may scream "tomboy" for some, it's been seen on the likes of Khloe Kardashian, and the runway of designer Honor. It's a cool twist to the fishtail style or French braid look. You may see this trend around more often, so if you're up to trying this low-key look, check out this YouTube tutorial.
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4. Teased high pony
Photo credit: Gal Meets Glam
While I am a huge fan of the topknot, I'm starting to fall in love with the high ponytail. This style exudes confidence and poise. Teasing your hair throughout adds chicness and edge.
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5. Twist-out with bangs
Photo credit: Taliah Ferguson
This sweet twist-out doesn't make you look like a little girl, and can be worn down or up in a ponytail. Here, my mom used cold wave rods on small sectioned, damp hair. The results are best when you prep and moisturize your hair with an oil (like olive oil) and a styling gel. Once your hair is dry, it will have beautiful ringlets that you can work into different styles with bobby pins or rubber bands.
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