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Lazy Girl Hair Hacks

If you’re rushed for time during your morning routine, you don’t need to sacrifice your hairstyle. There are ways to make your hair look super cute in just a few minutes. These lazy girl hair hacks will fool everyone into thinking you spent lots of time styling your hair. We’ll never tell them how easy it is to be lazy on the daily.

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Triple Twist Ponytail

Perfect for an early morning class, this style has the look of a French braid, but it can be done in two minutes flat.

Start by gathering and securing the top portion of your hair with a small, clear elastic. Then divide the hair above the elastic into two sections and push the ponytail through the space to create the first twist.

Next, gather an additional section of hair and combine it with the first section into a loose ponytail. Repeat the dividing and twisting step with this larger chunk.

Lastly, gather all your hair and repeat the twist. Finish by loosening and arranging each twist. That was so easy!

 

Roll & Tuck

So chic and simple, this roll and tuck is perfect for work.

You’ll need two stretchy headbands. The first holds your hair back, circling from your hairline to the nape of your neck. The second holds your hair down, circling from your forehead to the base of your skull.

Place the two overlapping headbands, and starting on the left side with a 1-inch section of hair, roll it up and tuck it into the top headband. Using the tail from the first section, combine the next 1-inch section to roll and tuck.

Continue until all hair is tucked, then adjust the headbands so they overlap. Finish with hairspray. No one will guess how easy it was to style this chic up-do.

 

Side Braid

Perfect for a beach trip or a casual day around town, this style is actually best if you haven’t washed your hair in a day or two. So embrace the lazy!

If needed, start by adding some dry shampoo to your hair’s crown and texturizing spray to its lengths. Then, side part and brush all your hair to one side. Starting at the part, take a small section of hair and French braid along the hairline.

Continue braiding as far as you can go, and secure with an elastic. Add bobby pins to secure the hair at the nape of your neck. Adjust the braid by pulling it to give it volume. So cute!

 

Braided Top Knot

For lazy-girl weekending, this braided top knot is an updated bun that’s perfect for heading to the cafe or a yoga class.

Finger comb the front of your hair to one side, and pull all your hair into a high ponytail. Separate one small section of the ponytail for the braid.

Wrap the larger section of hair around the elastic to form the bun, and secure it with a few bobby pins. Braid the smaller section and wrap the length around the base of the bun. Secure the up-do with U-shaped pins and spray to set. Voila!

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Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli is the Director of Marketing at Ogle School. His responsibilities include managing Ogle School's online, print, TV and outdoor advertising and branding and spreading the Ogle gospel.