12 Easy summer hairstyles you haven’t tried yet
Blunt lob? Long layers? Tight curls? No matter your hair type and texture, we’ve got plenty of fun ideas to keep you mixing up your look all season long. The greatest part? You don’t need to be a model, beauty blogger, or Instagram star to pull them off. We’ve rounded up the best options for easy summer hairstyles for your specific hair type. So click ahead, find your match, and get styling.
If you have a blunt lob…
Try a half-up topknot
Place a cool half-up topknot at your crown, keeping the rest of your hair down and loose, like Margot Robbie.
Try a ribbon ponytail
Wrap a thin ribbon a few inches around a low ponytail. Stick to a shade that matches your natural hair colour to keep it looking sleek, or make a statement with a contrasting colour, as seen on the Suno runway.
If you have long layers…
Try a twisted half-back
Twist back two front sections from each side and pin together for a soft, romantic look like Kerry Washington.
Try a loose ponytail
Secure a loose, low ponytail with a long ribbon as seen on the Oscar De La Renta runway — it’s effortless and chic.
If you have textured waves…
Try a peekaboo braid
Try adding a thin braid right by your ear, like Ciara did, for super-subtle detail. Then apply shine spray all over to pick up your hair’s natural lustre.
Try a messy topknot
Embrace the flyaways! Kim Kardashian proves that when it comes to a topknot, the messier the better.
If you have tight curls…
Try a braided updo
Tuck under the ends of a full-head braid for a polished updo like Zoe Saldana.
Try a pompadour
Do a French twist (where you tuck your hair vertically) and pin to create a retro pompadour as worn by Alicia Keys.
If you have an angled pixie…
Try crisscross pins
Crisscross bobby pins like Kate Mara for a graphic pattern that you’ll want to show off. Try with silvers or gold pins for a light-catching alternative.
Try a braided part
Create one braid down the centre of your head for an edgy vibe. We love how Kate Bosworth rocked the look.
If you have fine, thick hair…
Try double-braided buns
Pro tip: You’ll have to work with your hair upside down to create the braids. Our favourite thing about this look? It’s a #showstopper from the front and the back.
Try a low bun with a deep part
A dramatic part – as seen on the Chanel runway – will upgrade any look. Pair it with a low bun to keep the styles from competing. Bonus: It also looks more elegant.
Taken from GLAMOUR US. Click here to read the original.