You get a new locker, clean notebooks, and a new start on your grades. (The only thing that’s not totally new: All of your friends.) With that in mind, it’s the ideal time to try out easy hairstyles for school. The key to good back to school hairstyles is checking off a few boxes: They have to be pretty (obviously), can only look difficult since your studying should be for chem. class, not your hairstyle and fast sufficient that you can do them even if you accidentally hit the sleep button one too many times. After all, the last thing you want is to be late to class on your first day back to school. And with these ideas for new school hairstyles, you won’t be.
If you’re the person your friends always text when they need help testing out. New braid hairstyle or you just want to show off serious hairstyling skills look no further than this combo ponytail. The mastermind of this is that it’s customizable. You can opt to do the Dutch braids, the fishtail braid, or both. First, part your hair in the center. Pin one section so it’s out of your way, and then do a Dutch braid with the other, stopping and securing it with a hair tie when you reach the nape of your neck. Repeat with the other section and combine the two braid tails. Then, if you have the time (or want to go the extra mile) you can fishtail braid it, securing it at the ends with another hair tie.
You can make the most of your naturally curly or wavy hair with an up do that shows them off. And not only do you not need long hair to pull it off, but it’s also the perfect way to wrangle second- or third-day curls. Bonus: It makes for a cute option for a prom hairstyle, too. First, spray Fructis Curl Renew Reactivating Milk Spray through your hair to hydrate and add definition to curls. Gather it at the crown of your head and secure it with a hair tie. Then, loosely pin random sections of hair at the base of the ponytail, creating a bun-like look. It gives you the ease and convenience of a hair bun while highlighting your curls.