You know the saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression,” and today is a day for first impressions. Maybe it’s a job interview or meeting a new client. But, you’re a pro, you can do this. You did research on social media, you’ve prepared what you’re going to say and anticipated key questions. You’ve invested in a smart charcoal gray pantsuit with navy pumps and have applied some subtle makeup with a hint of color on the cheeks and lips. There’s only one problem. Your hair looks like Don King’s. Yes, you may be a pro at the office, queen of the photocopy machine, excellent on the Xcel, and the countess of accounting, but when it comes to hair, you’re admittedly hopeless. But, have no fear, here are some really easy hairstyle so you will be officially ready, no matter what your hair type!
Twist And Pin Bun For Long Hair.
You can do this with your hair wet after the gym, too!
- Divide your hair equally into three sections.
- Take the middle section, in the back of your head and twist it. Keeping it twisted, roll it into a bun and pin it on your neck.
- Take the right section and repeat the twist and pin, securing the bun to the right of the first one.
- Do the same with the left section. You should now have three mini buns at the nape of your neck.
The Fishtail Ponytail for Medium to Long Hair
Like A Braid But Easier!
- Gather all your hair high on your head. Comb it smooth and secure with strong elastic.
- Split ponytail in half.
- Take a section of hair from the left side and cross it over to the right.
- Take a section from the right side and cross it over the left.
- Continue until you are at the end of your hair.
- Secure the end and then use your hands to fluff the braid out to make it look fuller.
The French Roll For Short Hair
This is a super easy and super glamorous look for short hair
- Comb all your hair over to the left side.
- Insert Bobby pins in an overlapping vertical line at the back of your head to keep it in place, Your hair should now be pinned so that it falls over your left shoulder.
- Pull the hair falling over your shoulder behind your head to the right so that it is on the right side of the pins.
- Roll your hair so you now have a roll at the back of your neck.
- Holding the roll in place with your hands, push pins into the right side of the roll.
- Tuck in ends and secure with pins.
This is so cool with just a hint of retro
- Spray on some dry shampoo to give hair texture.
- Tease the hair on the top of your head. (Think Amy Winehouse)
- When you have it at the desired height pin it so it stays slightly elevated.
- Pin the sides of your hair back.
- Gather the remaining hair off your neck, add pins and voila! You’re the it girl!
You walk into the office with your smart hair swept up, you’re making perfect time. Everyone looks at your do and thinks that if you can do that to your hair, you’re capable of anything. You got this!