Girly Hairstyles Long Hair; Hairstyles For Long Hair I’m about to share with you won’t take more than 20 minutes of your precious time but will score you some major style points and help you style your Girl long tresses like a pro.
Girly Hairstyles Long Hair
This article is about latest and stylish party hairstyles for long hair for girls. Every girl can learn them easily at home whenever she wants. So, are you ready to experiment with a couple of interesting hairstyles for long hair?
Try the next best thing, a teased side pony. Sweep your hair back into a side ponytail, secure it with a rubber band then tease the top part of its base to get the pony to pouf.
Buns can look very cool, a crunchy curly messy bun is a favourite of the ‘Back to school’ hairstyle category.
I have always loved the look of a fishtail braid and the longer your hair, the more adorable your fishtail braid will turn out! I know that it looks confusing but believe me, all it takes is a little practice.
Extremely long hair tends to get dirty very easily and needs hours to dry which means you should definitely have a glam hairstyle idea ready for those days when your hair isn’t squeaky clean. Just part your hair at the center, secure it in a low ponytail then keep coiling that pony until it wraps around its base like a knot! Secure with bobby pins or another rubber band and voila.
This hair style is good for all type of hair. Part hair in the middle with a fine-tooth comb, and gather a section of hair on one side of the part, from the part to the outer eyebrow.
Gather the hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck and secure it with a ponytail holder. Then push the band down slightly to leave two or three inches of hair above it. Using your pointer and middle fingers, make a “hole” in the middle of the hair above the ponytail holder. With your other hand, flip the end of the ponytail under and up through the hole. Slowly pull the ponytail through. If the ponytail sticks out from the head too much, gently pull the holder down farther to relax the style.
This is a variation of a braid that has been around for a while. We opted for Dutch Braids just to give the starburst a little more pop. Getting the two braids to look like they connect in front can be often difficult.
Want some more great hairstyles for long hair? Well here’s how to show off your gorgeous hair in a creative way! Take a small section of hair from your temple, braid it in a neat braid, flip it to the other side and secure with a bobby pin letting the hair on your other temple cover the bobby pin.
Use a fine-tooth comb to draw a horizontal line across the crown from the top of one ear to the top of the other ear. From the line, comb the hair forward to the face. Pull the hair in back. Tilt the head so the ear you’ve chosen is facing up toward the ceiling. French-braid tightly across the crown and down to the other side, gathering small sections from above the part. Once you’ve reached the other ear, secure the braid with a ponytail holder.
Half-do hairstyles are my go to hairstyle for days when I’m too lazy but still want to look like I tried. Gather your hair into a half ponytail using your fingers or a comb. Secure it with an elastic band and tug the top so it creates volume and done! It’s really that simple.