Halloween is inching closer each day (funny how that works!), so it’s about panic time for those of us who don’t have costumes already in mind. If you’re more beauty-minded, why not work backwards and gather some inspiration from one of these easy step-by-step hair tutorials, which we’ve paired perfectly with a handful of costumes to go with ‘em? Even if you’re uncomfortable with a curling iron, or can’t French braid to save your life, there’s bound to be something for you in one of these five looks …
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Looking for ways to change up the style of your wash-and-go bob? I loooooove this tutorial for getting textured waves (especially the slightly feathered out bangs — be still my Farrah Fawcett-worshiping heart!), and it’s tailored specifically to short hair. So cute for a date night or a concert, right? Check out the link for step-by-step photos! [Keiko Lynn]
Hair tutorials for curly-haired ladies are few and far between, but the stellar site Hair Romance has tons of them, including this gorgeous creation of twisted and pinned French rolls. It’s somehow elegant and a bit badass, isn’t it? Check out the step-by-step tutorial to give it a try, and prepare for a flood of compliments!
Doesn’t this tucked hairstyle look beautiful and totally put together? Would you believe it literally takes less than a minute to create, and all you need (and the word “need” is used loosely here) is a hair tie? Check out this quick video tutorial to get this fabulous — and super easy — look for yourself! [S.T.E.L.]
Curls are lovely on their own, and braids are always awesome, but like peanut butter and jelly or Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake (what? I’m still hoping they’ll dig out the matching denim outfits and get back together!), curls and braids are even better together. If you’re after some major texture this summer, check out Fashionedible’s easy tutorial for adding multiple mini braids to voluminous curly hair. Gorgeous.
Looking for a simple way to dress up your hair (and get it up off your neck) during these sweltering summer months? This asymmetrical style from hair and beauty blogger Half Naked Curls is so pretty, and I love how it makes use of a colorful scarf. Check out her video tutorial (video starts automatically, just FYI) for the steps to get this fabulous summer look for yourself!
Next week, I’m traveling with my mom to Nicaragua, where we will spend four days lounging on the beach, swimming, reading, bonding, and, hopefully, braiding my hair. My mom used to do my hair up in a French braid when I was in elementary school, but I’m hoping she’ll be game to play hairdresser and weave my salt water-soaked locks into this fetching updo. It’s pretty, doesn’t require any special tools (because I’m certainly not packing them), and will keep my locks off my neck in the sweltering 90 degree heat. Check out the tutorial at the link! [Hair Romance]
Shout out to my cousin Tiffany, who has posted this video on her Facebook timeline, like, three times and it never fails to make me laugh. I feel guilty for laughing, mind you, but this is the sort of thing that would happen to me so I feel like it’s okay. Anyway, this girl posted this hair curling tutorial, but her demo went very, very wrong. (Part of me thinks this video could be fake, FYI, but it looks awfully real to me.)
The internet is teeming with hair tutorials for ladies with long hair, but if you have short or curly (or short and curly) hair, it can be tough to find styles that will work for you. We asked hair and beauty guru Aileen Cady to come up with a fun party hairstyle specifically for short, curly hair, and she gave us Disco Heaven: a fun, retro look perfect for pairing with glittery gold eyeshadow and dancing the night away on New Year’s Eve. Click through for a step-by-step tutorial!
It’s holiday party season, and you know what that means: time to bring your hair A-game. We asked our hair and beauty guru Aileen Cady to come up with a few fun party hairstyles just for Frisky readers. Today we have her first creation, The Swedish Knot, a braided updo with an unexpected twist: reverse braids. ”I’m obsessed with reverse braids right now,” says Aileen. “They seem complicated at first but they’re super easy once you get the hang of it.” Wanna get this fun party style for yourself? Click on the gallery to check out the step-by-step tutorial, and stay tuned for more holiday hair ideas (including a fabulous look for curly hair!) in the coming weeks…