Cute and Easy Hairstyles for Every Occasion

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Spiky Low Bun

Serve major pop-punk princess vibes with this three-step 'do. 1. Part hair on an angle 2. Brush into a low bun and twist the hair around so that the ends are facing upwards 3. Secure with a claw clip

Textured Half-Up Half-Down

This 'do is perfect if you'd like to switch things up with new hair textures and lengths. 1. Part the hair from ear to ear and use gel or edge control to smooth the front half of the hair into a sleek high bun. 2. Take the ponytail section of the Half Wig N Pony Wrap Instant Up N Down (the extension comes in two pieces) and wrap it around the bun to achieve your desired height.

Birkin Bangs With a Headband

This super cute style for banged or bobbed hair is fun and can transition from day to night in no time. 1. Section bangs and lightly curl the ends with a flat iron. 2. Curl the remaining hair. 3. Apply headband.

Bubble Bangs

If you're dying to try out a Y2K-inspired look, this one's for you. 1.Part a thin section of hair right at the hairline down the middle. 2. Grab each side to create a center-parted bang. 3. Secure elastic bands from the roots to the end with space in between each. 4. Where the gaps are, gently tug on the hair to achieve the bubbles.

Bun With Zig-Zag Part and Two Strand Bangs

If there is any doubt, you can most certainly serve glam and Y2K vibes at the same time. 1. Use a parting comb to create a zigzag line 2. Separate hair for bangs 3. Put the parted hair into a bun and secure it with a claw clip. 4. Use a heat tool to curl the loose ends of the hair

Slicked Back Bun

1. Part hair down the middle 2. Brush hair back into a low bun, but leave out some hair around the perimeter of your hairline for a messy coil near your ears. 3. Apply a dime-sized amount of product to the hair you left out. Wrap it around your index finger to make a loose coil in front of your ears.

High Ponytail

1. Use an edge brush to style your baby hairs. 2. Slick remaining hair into a high ponytail and secure with a ponytail holder. 3. Apply clip-in ponytail. 4. Grab a hair extension that matches your hair texture and wrap it around the ponytail holder. 4. Use a curling iron to lightly bump the ends of the clip-in ponytail.

Two Bangs Low Bun

1. Part your hair down the middle and pull out two small strands for your bangs. 2. Brush the remaining hair into a ponytail and wrap the ends to make a bun. 3. Use a wand to lightly curl your bangs.

Braided Bun

1. Apply gel and brush hair into a high ponytail. 2. Braid your ponytail. 3. Wrap your braid into a bun and secure it with a hairpin.

Twisted Half-Up Half-Down

1. Part your hair at a diagonal. This will help distribute your hair evenly on both sides. 2. Take the front portion of your hair on both sides and twist them backwards, pinning them in the back. 3. Spray your hair with heat protection spray. 4. Curl the rest of your hair away from your face. 5. Spray with hairspray and brush through the curls to make them look more natural!

Braided Top Knot

1. Part your hair down the middle and section two parts to frame the front of your face. 2. Braid each section. 3. Put the rest of your hair in a high ponytail and twist it into a bun. Secure the style with a hair tie. 4. Bobby pin each braid around your top knot.

Side Braid

1. Part your hair to one side and bring the rest of it over your shoulder, opposite the side of your hair part. 2. Comb the hair that frames your face into a curved swoop and bobby pin the section to the side near your ear. Repeat on the other side. 3. Spray hairspray onto the bottom half of your hair. 4. Braid the hair hanging over your shoulder, smoothing out each section as you go. 5. Tie it with a clear elastic.

Twisted Pigtails

1. Part your hair down the middle and separate into two sections. 2. If your hair is frizzy, spray it with some water to make it easier to twist. 3. Starting at the scalp, twist your hair until you get to your ear and then secure the section with a hair tie to create a pigtail. 4. Repeat on the other side!

Crossover Low Ponytail

1. Part your hair down the middle. Leave two pieces sectioned off at the front. Secure the rest of your hair in a low pony. 2. Spray the front sections with hairspray to lay down any flyaways.

3. Take one section and cross it over the hair elastic to the other side and secure in place with a bobby pin. 4. Repeat with the other section of hair. Make sure the bobby pins are really tucked in so they're as invisible as possible..

Waterfall Braid

1. Part your hair down the middle. 2. Section off a small portion of your hair on the right side and split it into three equal parts. French braid the section for about an inch and a half of length.

3. Then continue braiding, but instead of grabbing a new piece of hair like you do with a french braid, drop the one you were working with and grab a new one behind it every time you're working with the part of the braid closer to your face. 4. Continue until you've reached the back of your head and then bobby pin the section into place. Repeat on the other side.

Half-Bun (a.k.a Hun)

1. Apply a leave-in conditioner and comb it through your hair. Start from the ends and work your way up to the root. 2. If you have curly hair, run a styling product through your hair using your fingers. If you have straighter hair, you can skip this step.

3. Part your hair from ear-to-ear and twist the front chunk into a bun. 4. Secure your style with a hair tie.

Princess Jasmine-Inspired Updo

1. Place an elastic headband on your head as if it were a crown. 2. Twist the front section of your hair until you get behind your ear. Tuck it into your headband and secure with a bobby pin. Repeat on the other side.

3. Take part of the back section of your hair and twist it in a loop up toward the ceiling. Tuck that into the headband. Continue with the rest of your hair, using hairspray to secure it into place.

Chic Updo

1. Create a side part. 2. Take two small sections of your hair and braid them. Make sure to tie them off with elastic bands. 3. Loosen the braids by pulling each side. 4. Separate a few loose strands near your face. 5. Put the rest of your hair (and the two braids) into a low ponytail and secure using a hair tie.

1. Move the strands you left at the front of your face toward the back and create a twist on top of the hair tie of your low pony. Secure the strands in place with bobby pins. 2. With a curling wand, curl half of the strands from your low ponytail and pin curl them.