3 Fabulously Easy Hairstyles for Winter
As nice as it is to be embracing the beanie, you can’t rock hat hair until spring. Unfortunately, winter seems to be the most unforgiving season on our hair. Static, dryness and flyaways aside, these winter styles will restore your faith in hair-manity. Lazy girl's rejoice: these 3 looks are undeniably fabulous and ridiculously easy to pull off!
The Sleek Pony
Photo via Haper's Bazaar
WHY WE LOVE IT: Messy or sleek, this popular 2015 Fashion Week style is perfect for the cold months to come. What makes this style fun is the styling technique variety and freedom of hair tie. Try wrapping a piece of your hair over the ponytail holder and securing it with a bobby pin instead of going for your go-to regular band, or add a little flare by accessorizing you pony.
GET THE LOOK: Pull it all together with a fancy hair pin like these from Jane Tran Hair Accessories
The Deep Side Part
Photo via Hairpedia
WHY WE LOVE IT: The perfect companion to awesome eye makeup, a deep side part is elegant and chic enough for the office, a party, or a casual dinner. Those of you with naturally wavy, textured hair will love this easy style, which can be pulled together with really any look. Try a low messy bun, ponytail, braid, and more - we guarantee the compliments will keep on coming. Make sure to keep the hair, most importantly the party, in place with strong hairspray.
GET THE LOOK: Hold it in place with hairspray that leaves you with soft texture, volume, and a long-lasting formula.
Half Up, Hair Down + Bun
Photo via Emily Suggests
WHY WE LOVE IT: You saw it this fall, and you’ll be sure to see it again this winter. You don’t actually want to take half your hair up, so grab the top quarter section of your hair and pull it up into either a bun or twist it in with bobby pins. This hair style is particularly flattering for taming frizzy winter hair.
GET THE LOOK: Depending on your mood you can top it off with a shiny hair accessory or some texturizing spray. Whether it's adding texture to make it feel more naturally flawless, or adding an accessory to go totally glam, this style can easily be dressed up or down for any occasion.
So, which of these styles will you be trying this winter? Have any plans of the products you'd use? Let us know in the comments below! If you do try one of these styles show us which products you use by uploading a photo of your final result to their product pages!
title image via Laurel Guido