9 Easy and Simple Hairstyles for People Who Spend Too Much Time on Their Phone
Did you know that the average person spends about 2 hours and 48 minutes each day on their phone? That’s almost a full workday! Many of us are so glued to our phones that we find ourselves spending more time with them than with other humans. And if you’re reading this, chances are that you belong to that category. This might be a worrying trend, but there is an upside – all those hours on your phone give you ample opportunity to learn new hairstyles. So ditch those old books, turn off the computer and take advantage of all that pent-up screen time by learning how to do new hairstyles with your phone. It will not only save you money on haircuts but also make waiting in lines much more enjoyable.
1.Simple bun hairstyle
For most of us, the bun is a formal, sophisticated look. But with a few easy tweaks, you can make it casual and fun. First, make sure that your hair is clean and dry – wet hair won’t hold the shape of a bun. Next, gather your hair at the nape of your neck, and secure it with a hairband. If you have long hair, you can twist it, and secure it with a hair tie. Now make a loose ponytail, and secure it with a regular elastic band. Bend your knees and put your head between your legs. Next, gather all your hair in your hands, and twist it towards your head, to create a bun. Now, secure the bun with a couple of bobby pins.
The fishtail braid is an easy and simple hairstyle that you can do in less than five minutes even with your phone. First, wash and dry your hair – you can opt for either a curly or a straight hairstyle. If you have short hair, you can section it off and make a regular braid. Now, instead of crossing the strands over each other, bring them towards the right. Now, cross the right section over the middle section, and bring the left section over the middle section. Continue bringing the right section over the left section, and vice versa, until you reach the very end of your hair. Secure both the ends with a regular band, and you’re done!
3.Ponytail with twist
The twist is a sophisticated twist on the ponytail. It is great for an evening out with friends, or for a casual day at work. First, clean and dry your hair, and section it off if necessary. Next, tie your hair into a low ponytail, and secure the end with a regular elastic band. Now, twist the ponytail in both directions, and secure it with a couple of bobby pins. If your hair is long enough, gather it in a low ponytail, and twist it in both directions. Secure the ends with a regular elastic band, and twist the entire ponytail in one direction. Then, secure the twisted ponytail with a couple of bobby pins.
4.Messy top knot
A top knot is an easy way to keep your long hair under control. The messy top knot is perfect for when you’re traveling, or don’t have the time or energy to deal with your hair. First, wash and dry your hair. Part it off, and gather it at the top of your head, using a hair elastic. If your hair is long enough, you can twist it and secure it with a regular elastic band. Now, shake your head vigorously, to create a messy top knot.
5.Easy braided ponytail
The braided ponytail is the perfect style for when you want to look put together without much effort. It is also a great protective style for people with thin or fragile hair. First, wash and dry your hair, and section it off if necessary. If you have long hair, you can twist it into a ponytail, and secure it with a regular elastic band. Now, take a section of your ponytail, and braid it till the very end. Secure the end with a regular elastic band, and wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail, and secure it with a couple of bobby pins.
6.Slicked back pony
This hair style is best on Occasion: When you haven’t washed your hair. Ideal hair length: are Long hair but can be apply on medium length hairs. Below are some tips to style these hairs:
Step 1: Remove any tangles and bumps from dampened hair. Be careful not to brush the lower half of your hair that will end up in the ponytail as this will give a frizzy result.
Step 2: Take the comb and create a middle or side parting, before applying a generous of amount of styling gel to the top of the hair on either side.
Step 3: Use a dressing brush to smooth out the gel creating a sleek look. You’ll need to do this for the hair on the top of your head and the hair beneath the ponytail.
Step 4: Flatten out any bumps before tightly pulling all the hair together in a low ponytail at the back. Tip: apply more styling gel or hair spray to capture flyaway and baby hairs.
Step 5: Apply hairspray to the hair on your head and run a small amount of serum through the pony tail. Then, take a strand of hair from the ponytail, tightly wrap it around the hair tie and secure with a bobby pin.
This hair style is best on Occasion: When you are on summer festival. Ideal hair length: are Med-Long hair . Below are some tips to style these hairs:
Step 1: Start with thoroughly brushed hair made easy with a Paddle brush. If your hair is on the greasier side, apply some dry shampoo to the roots as this will add some lift and volume.
Step 2: Part hair completely down the middle ensuring you have an even amount of hair on each side. Tip: use a mirror to help when parting the back of your hair.
Step 3: Tie one side in a low ponytail so it’s out of the way. On the other side, use your Paddle brush to pull all of the hair together tightly and into a high bun, leaving some strands hanging loose at the front for extra flair.
Step 4: Shape the bun to your desire by pulling at strands of hair in the bun and using bobby pins to pin the hair around the base of the hair tie.
Step 5: Repeat with the hair on other side and then finish up by applying a generous amount of hair spray or glitter spray to secure the buns.
8.The Braided Ponytail
Give your basic pulled-back pony a bit of personality with a no-nonsense braid or a bubble ponytail using elastic bands.
9.The Half-Up French Twist
Switch up your typical half-up, half-down by securing your strands into a French twist.