Before we get to the tutorial, I just wanted to give you a heads up in case you missed it, that last week we shared the exciting news that our upcoming book, “Amazing Hairstyles: From Easy to Elegant” is now available for pre-order on Amazon. You can read more about our book here. It will be available this fall (date tba) and will be available on Amazon, as well as at Barnes & Noble, Costco, Deseret Book and Seagull Book, so we’d love you forever if you purchase a copy – either now or later! It’s going to be fabulous & I know you won’t be disappointed!
So … with school starting for most everyone, “back-to-school” hairstyles are likely one of the many things on your mind. This quick & easy hairsyle requires no “skills” other than just a few minutes of your time and is perfect for any morning when you’re running late or just don’t care to do anything overly fancy. It will work in long or shorter hair, as long as you can reach hair back to the middle of the head. So even if your daughter has a bit of an A-line (with longer sides) or a bob, you could probably even do this. We did this style in about 2 minutes – so it truly is “quick & easy!”
After watching our video, be sure to keep scrolling because we’re linking other styles that are great school morning hairstyles & you don’t want to miss those!
Step 1 – Make an off-center part on the right side of the head
Step 2 – Take a small section of hair near the left and right crown and draw them backward
Step 3 – Twist the sections of hair a few times inward
Step 4 – Secure the twists with an elastic in the middle of the back of the head
Step 5 – Take a small section of hair near the left and right ears (below the hair from step 2) and draw them backward
You can twist these sections of hair if you like, but we opted to leave them pulled back straight.
Step 6 – Secure them with an elastic below the elastic in Step 4
Looking for more great back-to-school hairstyles? Look no further? Here are a few of our favorites. Click on the hairstyle name to go to the tutorial.
Hope you like this week’s tutorial … and don’t forget about our book! Click on the picture below to go pre-order!