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February 16, 2018

The guide for finding the perfect hairstyle to wear to school.

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Easy School Hairstyles

School days can be busy and the last thing girls need is crazy hair. Sure, you could just throw it up into a bun or ponytail, but sometimes it’s nice to put just a little more effort into those unruly locks. Here are just a few simple hairstyles that are perfect for rushed school mornings.

Half-up braid:
Start with dry, brushed hair. Part your hair half up by pulling your fingers from your temples and then meeting at the back of your head. Tie the rest of your hair out of the way for now. French braid the section of hair that you just parted until all of that hair is incorporated into the braid. Here you can either stop braiding and secure it with an elastic, or continue braiding without adding hair until you reach the end of your hair and then secure it. Spray any stray hairs with some hairspray.

Half-up braided bun:
Start with your hair parted the same way as the half-up braid. Take the parted section of hair and smooth it out, then secure it with an elastic. Braid the tiny ponytail of hair without adding any extra hair. Wrap that braid around the base of the elastic to create a mini bun; secure it with elastics and bobby pins until it feels secure.

Double french:
This hairstyle is perfect for any athletic girls out there. Part your hair down the middle to create 2 equal sections of hair. French braid the section of hair until you run out of hair to add in, then braid the rest of the hair normally. Repeat this on each side and secure the braids with an elastic.

Double french updo:
Start with the double french braids from above. Secure the two braids together at the nape of the neck with an elastic. Wrap each of the braids around each other and continue to bobby pin them along the way until you’ve created a bun. This hairstyle is perfect for anyone who wants their hair completely out of their face.

Double braided pony:
This hairstyle is a bit more tricky, so get ready. Start with your hair sectioned half up, but then section that hair again into two equal sections. French braid each of those small sections and then secure them with elastics. This part can be tricky, so make sure you are adding small sections of hair to each braid so you don’t run out of hair to braid in. When you are finished braiding, you can either leave the rest of your hair down or pull it up into a ponytail.

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