5 Super-Easy Hairstyles for Lazy Girls Who Can’t Even

Looks so doable you can master them in two to three steps. Just because you’re lazy doesn’t mean you want to look like you DGAF. Here are surprisingly simple yet super-chic hairstyles for the girl who just can’t be bothered.

1. Flower Braid

Flower Braid
KATHLEEN KAMPHAUSEN | LAUREN AHN
  1. Gather a section of hair from both sides of your head in line with your temples and put the sections into a small pony in the back. Then, braid the pony down to the ends.
  2. Tug at sections of the braid to loosen it to make it look more voluminous. The exaggerated edges also help create that flower-petal finish.
  3. Spin the braid around into a bun and pin it securely against your head.

2. A Classy Pony

A Classy Pony
KATHLEEN KAMPHAUSEN | LAUREN AHN
  1. Separate your hair into two even sections, one in the front and one in the back, and secure the back half into a ponytail.
  2. Pull the right half of the front section across the back of your head over your hair tie and pin it on top of the ponytail to cover the elastic.
  3. Pull the front left section across the back of your head, draping it over the ponytail, and pin it securely to your head. Done!

3. Easiest Curls Ever

Easiest Curls Ever
KATHLEEN KAMPHAUSEN | LAUREN AHN
  1. Secure your hair in a high pony using a fabric-covered elastic, like Scunci No Damage Effortless Beauty Elastics, and split the tail in half.
  2. Wrap the first half over and around a 1-inch curling wand for 10 seconds or less, depending on how easily your hair curls. Repeat with the second half.
  3. Let down your ponytail and separate the curls with your fingers.

4. A Twisted Halo

A Twisted Halo
KATHLEEN KAMPHAUSEN | LAUREN AHN
  1. Twist back a small section of hair from one side of your head and secure it with a pin in the middle of your head.
  2. Twist back a small section of hair from the other side of your head, tuck it behind the first twisted section, and pin it in the middle of your head.

5. Double-Knotted Pony

Double-Knotted Pony
KATHLEEN KAMPHAUSEN | LAUREN AHN
  1. Separate your hair into two sections and tie them together in a low knot.
  2. Tie the two sections in a knot again and secure the pony with a hair tie under the second knot. Wrap a piece of hair around the hair tie to conceal it.

Source – cosmopolitan.com

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