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35 New & Amazing Easy to do Hairstyles for Girls

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Hairstyle makes you look like a goddess. Don’t forget that, at least once a day, you receive this self esteem boosting compliment – “OMG! Your hair is so pretty!” hairstyles attract attention. I’m talking about styling your hair, of course! If you are doing any sort of hairstyle on hair seems to take ages and makes you want to take a scissor and get rid of it. Now, lovely ladies, I would never want you to give in to that frustration. Here you will see my top favorite picks of cute hairstyles for girls so that you can do easily without ending up in tears.

Whenever you are going out for a party with your friends. A cousin’s wedding to attend at night. We girls are pulled in a million different directions every day and want to look the essence of perfection everywhere we go. But, let’s face it. We all aren’t pro hairstylists who can make up a perfect hairdo within minutes. You just throw your hair into a messy bun and call it a day. But now, I have taken a vow to look more presentable on a daily basis and I want to help you do the same. Here is a list of 35 different hairstyles for girls that you can choose from, keeping your hair length and cut in mind. So, go ahead and dive right in!

1- DOUBLE TWIST

DOUBLE TWIST

If you want your hair down but hates when it gets in her eyes, this is a great look. You just part in the middle and on each side twist a section back. Then, secure with a clip midway down her head.

2- LATTICE PIGTAILS

LATTICE PIGTAILS

The easy lattice pigtail can be used for all sorts of different hairstyles—here, it’s two little pigtails. You can just start by parting the hair and making one small ponytail at the very top of each side. Then, on each side, divide the first pony in two, and add hair from beneath to make a new pony and Continue down the head, each time criss-crossing the ponytails before you add more hair.

3- SIDE FRENCH BRAID

SIDE FRENCH BRAID

It is just like a normal French braid but it started on the side of the head rather than the top, this look is reminiscent of “The Hunger Games, “and is definitely easier than pull off than any of Katniss’s complicated ‘dos!

4-  Long Outward Curls With One Side Tucked Behind Ear

Long Outward Curls With One Side Tucked Behind Ear

For making this cute hairstyle you need volumizing mousse, heat protecting spray, 2 inch curly iron, bobby pins and light hold spray. First you have to wash your hair then dry you’re hairy with volumizing mousse and heat protectant. Now pich up 2 inch sections of your hair at a time then curl the lower half of all your hair, making sure to rotate the curling iron away from your face. Now Part your hair to one side, From the side with lesser hair, pull back all your hair away from your face and pin it at the back of your head. Then finish off with some light-hold hairspray to get rid of any frizz.

5- French Braid

French Braid
French Braid

Begin from the top of your head with a small bit of hair, and start braiding. Each time you bring one of the three sections into the braid, add a little bit of the hair that’s still down before you pull it over the middle section. As you go, you’ll notice that the braid stays securely on your head, and by the nape of your neck, all of the hair on your head should be brought into the braid. Finish it off with a regular braid.

6- Hair Bow

Hair Bow

For making this hair bow u need hair elastics, bobby pins, big curling iron, teasing brush a tooth comb and a strong hold spray. Begin from tying your girl’s hair in a neat mid-level pony tail. Take a 2 inch section of hair from the very top of her ponytail and section it away with a sectioning clip. You need to pick up 1/3rd of your ponytail from the left side and curve the top part of it with a curling iron. Now tease down this top part with a teasing brush to create volume. Smoothen out the teased hair with a fine toothed comb. Bend this section of hair into one half of a bow shape and secure it to her head from underneath with some bobby pins.

7- Heart Pig Tail

Heart Pig Tail

You just need a Hair brush and hair elastic for making this heart pig tail hair style. Start by brushing all the knots from your girl’s hair and tying it 2 mid-level pigtails. Use your fingers and create a gap in the hair right above the hair elastic tied around her right pigtail.Now flip her pigtail over and into this gap to topsy tail it. Tail her pigtail one more time and now divide her pigtail into 2 sections. You have to start twisting these sections until they start curving upwards to create the two halves of a heart and now Bring both the sections together and tie them up with a hair elastic to create a heart.Repeat steps 2 to 7 on the left pigtail to complete the look.

8- Relaxed Center-Parted Brown Waves with Highlights

Relaxed Center-Parted Brown Waves with Highlights

To look like a super model you need to make this hairstyle. You need exturizingspray,Heat protectant serum/spray,2 inch curling iron and Paddle brush Sea salt spray. Wash your hair then dry it with some texturizing spray and heat protectant. Start Picking up 3 inch sections of hair at a time, curl the lower half of all your hair and gently run a paddle brush through your curls to open them up and get a more relaxed look. Now finish off with a few spritzes of sea salt spray to give your waves a more beachy texture.

9- Faux Waterfall

Faux Waterfall

To make this hairstyle you just need a Hair elastic and Bobby pins. Part your girl’s hair deeply on one side. Start from the side with more hair, pick up a 3 inch section of hair, braid it right till the end and secure it with hair elastic.Insert your thumb and index finger through the center of the first stitch of the braid and pick up a small section of hair from the front of your head. Now pull this section of hair through the stitch of her braid and Keep repeating steps 3 and 4 down the braid until the waterfall effect has reached in line with her parting on the other side and now pin the end of the braid at the back of her head, under her hair, to finish off the look.

10- RAINBOW PONYTAILS

RAINBOW PONYTAILS

To make this beautiful rainbow pony tail you need elastic ribbons, hold spray and a heat protectant. If u can’t make a French braid u can try this similar (but easier) technique: Start with a small section of hair in a ponytail, then move down the head in sections, adding a bit of hair to each previous ponytail. For a fun extra touch, use rainbow-colored hair binders, like in this example.

11- SIDEWAYS HALF-UP KNOTS

SIDEWAYS HALF-UP KNOTS

This is a very simple and easy hairstyle. Start from creating one on your own by simply making a ponytail of whatever size you desire (in this example, small side ponies are used), then splitting the hair just above the ponytail holder in half and then take the ponytail and flip it upside down and through the split you just created. (Or just picture making a knot with your girl’s hair.)

12- FISHTAIL PIGTAILS

FISHTAIL PIGTAILS

This fishtails maybe take a minute or two longer than braids, but are pretty much impossible to mess up. Split a ponytail in two, and then grab a small bit of hair from the outsides of one of the halves. Bring that bit into the middle, and then repeat with a bit of hair from the outside of the other half of hair. Keep alternating in this fashion and the fishtail will soon start to appear.

13- Easy Under Braids

Easy Under Braids

It’s a very easy hairstyle; you can make it with minutes. You needHair elastics and Bobby pins.Take your girl’s hair on one side and from the side of her parting with more hair, pick up a medium sized chunk of hair, braid it right till the end and secure it with hair elastic. Pick up another section of hair from beside this first braid and repeat the previous step. Pancake these braids by tugging them apart to make them look wider and nowPull back these braids and pin them under the hair at the back of her head to finish off the look.

14- MIDDLE TWISTED PIGTAILS

MIDDLE TWISTED PIGTAILS

Begin with a little bit of hair right on top of the forehead and then flip it into a topsy tail. Split the ends in half. Now make a pigtail on each side, gathering the rest of the hair as well as half of the topsy tail. This is the most simple lattice work you can do!

15- QUADRUPLE TWIST

QUADRUPLE TWIST

It is so easy hairstyle these twists are an easier take on French braids. Begin from parting hair down the middle and making four small, equal sections and then twist each one starting with a bit of hair at the top of the head and gathering more from the section as you work your way down the head. At the end clipor rubber band it partway down, and then leave the rest of hair down.

16- HAIR-WRAPPED PONYTAIL

HAIR-WRAPPED PONYTAIL

It is one of the quickest way to freshen up a regular ponytail is by wrapping a section of hair around the rubber band and then pull from the bottom of the ponytail. After you’ve wrapped a few times, secure underneath the pony with bobby pins. Easy!.

17- FRENCH TWIST

FRENCH TWIST

This hairstyle is similar to a French braid, except you only are working with two sections of hair. You can just twist them around each other going down your girl’s head and then adding a bit more hair to each side every time you cross the sections. It is Just like French braids, you can use all your girl’s hair in the twist or just a portion of it. Also, you can keep twisting once you’re done with the part that’s secured to her head, or you can simply pull into a ponytail.

18- BRAIDED PRINCESS CROWN

BRAIDED PRINCESS CROWN

For this hairstyle you only need hair ribbon and bobby pins and if you can braid hair, you can create this complicated-looking style. This hairstyle consists of two low braids woven with ribbon and pinned together on top of the head.

19- TWISTED BANG

TWISTED BANG

It is perfect for a little girl growing out her bangs, just part the hair diagonally down the front and then twist the bangs halfway down the head at an angle and secure with bobby pins. Then, gather the rest of the hair in a high ponytail.

20- FRENCH BRAIDS AND A BOW

FRENCH BRAIDS AND A BOW

This hairstyle look combines two easy styles: double French braids and the hair bow. To create this bow, you just make a huge and messy bun, and leave the loose end sticking out of the top. Then Pull that loose end vertically over the middle of the bun, and secure beneath with bobby pins. Fluff out the bun on each side, and there’s your bow!

 

21- ROLLED FLOWER SIDE PONYTAIL

ROLLED FLOWER SIDE PONYTAIL

This pretty flower is actually very easy to make. Gather hair into a ponytail, and braid a small section from the top part of the pony. Then, twist and roll that braid into what will become a flower on the side of the pony. Secure with bobby pins.

22- FOUR-SIDED BOX BRAID

FOUR-SIDED BOX BRAID

This easy technique turns a normal braid into a special “how’d you do that” style. Make it the same way you would a normal braid, except that when you’d usually pull an outside strand over the strand beside it and into the middle, split that same strand in half, and pull part of it over the strand beside and part of it under, and let both meet in the middle. You’ll catch on quickly.

23- PONYTAILS INTO BUN

PONYTAILS INTO BUN

Make this pretty lattice pattern by separating hair into square sections across the top of the head (leaving enough space for another row of hair sections before the bun) and securing each one into a ponytail. Then, split each ponytail in half and pull those sections together into the pattern in the picture. Finally, pull all the sections together and into a bun.

24- HALF-UP BOW

HALF-UP BOW

This intricate-looking style is as simple as tying your shoes. Seriously. Just grab a small section of hair from each side of the head, loosely pull around and back, and then tie it just like you would a pair of sneakers. Secure with a few bobby pins.

25- UPSIDE-DOWN FRENCH BRAID

UPSIDE-DOWN FRENCH BRAID

Just like a regular French braid, but upside-down! Do it the easy way by having your girl lie facedown on a bed, hanging her chin and head off the end. Then just french braid like usual, except starting at the bottom of her head and going up. Stop when you’ve reached the top of her head (before the forehead), and tie into a ponytail.

26- SIDE SLIDE-UP BRAID

SIDE SLIDE-UP BRAID

This look is good for longer hair. Pull back a small section of hair from the side of your girl’s head, and braid tightly. Once you’ve reached the bottom, it’s time for the trick. Hold the middle section of braid in your fingers while you slide up the sections on each side—you’ll keep the form of the braid, but it will get much more compact. Secure back behind the ears with a few clips.

27- LACE-UP BRAID

LACE-UP BRAID

This is a much easier way to get the coveted six-strand braid look. Divide hair into three parts: two bigger parts on each side, and a smaller part between the other two. Braid each side section, and then simply use the smaller middle section to literally lace the two braids together—just like you’re lacing up a pair of shoes.

28- TINY BRAIDS

TINY BRAIDS

This Blake Lively look is super simple. Just make a few tiny little braids, coming from the middle part and going down both sides of your girl’s head. Loosely secure with a few bobby pins.

29- MINI FRENCH BRAIDS

MINI FRENCH BRAIDS

For a little girl who’s just starting to get long hair, mini French braids are the way to go—it’s easier to pick up all the hair when you make the braids smaller, and since they’ll be secure to her head, the braids should stay firmly in place. If the sides are too short to braid, just put them in a regular ponytail or topsy tail.

30- TOPSY TAIL TWISTED PIGTAILS

TOPSY TAIL TWISTED PIGTAILS

Start with two low ponytails, and flip them both into topsy tails. Then, starting with one pigtail and moving to the other, split the pigtail in half. Twist each half outward tightly, and an inch or so down, secure with an elastic. Repeat until you’ve run out of hair.

31- BUBBLE BRAID

BUBBLE BRAID

So easy! Just make a high ponytail, and then add extra elastics down the entire thing. They’ll add color and create a fun texture that’s similar but simpler than a braid.

32- TWISTED PIGTAIL BUNS

TWISTED PIGTAIL BUNS

This look combines a few techniques. First, part the hair down the middle. On each side, make an inward twist with the front portion of hair, going back down the head. Stop wherever you’d like the pigtail, and then gather all the hair from that side of the part into a little bun.

33- DOUBLE BRAIDS

DOUBLE BRAIDS

This classic look is simple to pull off—just part hair down the middle and, starting around the ears, braid each side down to the ends. Add bows or barrettes to jazz it up. Even curly hair that’s hard to tame looks cute in this style.

34- BANGS-FREE HAIR

BANGS-FREE HAIR

We all know the frustration of growing out bangs. Make it easier on your little girl with this style. Just twist back the bangs, making a small pouf, and secure with a bobby pin. That’s it! Then you can either throw a headband on top or gather the rest of the hair into a ponytail—or style any other way you’d like.

35- BASIC BUN

BASIC BUN

Keep long hair totally out of the way with a bun on top of your girl’s head. Make a ponytail, and then twist it into a long rope. Coil it around the base of the ponytail and secure with bobby pins.

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