5-Minute Hairstyles for Busy Professionals

As a working mom, there are a lot of things you need to worry about. Fussing with your hair shouldn’t be one of them.

Here are some easy hairstyles that you can do within 5 minutes or less. These hairstyles are so chic, no one at the office will even know that you didn’t have enough time to fix your hair this morning.

pexels-photo-440582Messy bun

The messy bun is a simple up-do hairstyle that you can easily do on your own. It may look simple, but it will look great on any women regardless of age or hair length. Plus, it goes perfectly with any casual attire. You can even wear it in formal events or occasions.

To achieve this look, simply pull your hair up into a loose ponytail. If you have fine, thin hair, you may want to tease a few sections of your hair. This will give you a voluminous-looking bun. Then, twist your ponytail and wrap it around the rubber band. Lastly, spritz your hair with hairspray to make sure everything stays in place.

Twisted ponytail

Ponytails are the go-to hairstyles of women who are always on-the-go. Not only is it an easy way to style your hair, it can also get your hair off of your face. However, traditional ponytails can be boring. If you’re tired of the usual ponytail, you may want to try the twisted ponytail.

To create this chic hairstyle, start by taking a small section of your hair on either sides of your face. Twist the two sections and secure with elastic. Continue this process until you reach the back of the head. Pull the rest of your hair up into a pony tail. With just a few simple twists, your ponytail just got an upgrade.

Fancy half-up

Half-ups work great on all hair types and length. It is a great way to keep your hair looking fancy without being over-the-top. It is ideal for casual or more formal occasions.

Start by taking a small chunk of your hair above your ear. Pull your hair to the back and secure with a bobby pin. Do the same on the opposite side of your hair. Continue pulling small front sections of your hair back in a crisscrossing pattern.

 

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