4 Nov 2020

5 Lazy Girl Hairstyles To Copy Now

5 Lazy Girl Hairstyles To Copy Now | Goxip

When it comes to choosing between having an extra 10 minutes in bed in the morning or getting up early to style our hair, we’re always ones to go for the latter. But what if we told you that you could keep your lie-in and achieve a put-together hairstyle? In fact, we turned to Instagram for some hairstyle inspiration and found that there are tonnes of no-fuss hairstyles that look good, and take 0 minutes to create. Below, find all the lazy girl hair inspiration you’ll need for a style to suit every occasion. You're welcome.

Claw-Clip Half-Up, Half-Down

When you're having a bit of a bad hair day, half-up, half-down hairstyles are great. This jaw-clip hairstyle especially will make you look instantly more polished in seconds. Plus, this style is super simple to do. Just decide how much hair you want to wear up and how much you want to wear loose, twist two front sections together and secure with a clip and voila! You have your finished look.

This 90s hair accessory can also be styled in lots of different ways, try a clipped-up messy bun for a look that is effortlessly styled.

Half-Up, Half-down Bun

This hairstyle takes about a minute to do but looks as if you've really made an effort to style your hair. Take two top sections of hair, twist them into a bun and secure with an elastic. Easy.

This look is especially suited to girls with long hair as you’ll have more to work and play with.

Double Bun

This look takes your normal messy bun and makes it look that bit fancier. Requiring a bit more skill, but still easy to master, it’s work, dinner, drinks, basically any event appropriate - here’s how to recreate at home. Start by diving hair into 3 equal parts, tie it into a sideburn, then fold the hair up once, then fold it down again, tying the roots in the middle position, and finally loosening the hair to create an undone look.

This hairstyle was a favourite of Park Min-young who starred in the Korean drama Her Private Life.

Braided Ponytail

This simple braided ponytail still manages to look seriously chic. Comb the top section of hair back and wrap each piece around each other to create a twisted brand and secure into a mini ponytail that will then sit disguised underneath the rest of your hair.

Twisted Ponytail

This hairstyle is a brilliant last-minute solution to achieving that effortless messy casual look that everyone loves. Tie your pony up high and secure another elastic at the bottom of the ponytail and loop your pony underneath and out of the hole creating a twist. Repeat until you get to mid-way up through the pony and loosen the twist for extra volume.

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