Everyday Hairstyles - Find out how to create lots of “simple hairstyles” with Everyday Hairstyles app! Watch videos and learn how to make lots of gorgeous hairstyles perfect for a casual walk with your friends and other everyday activities!
Video tutorials on creating hairstyles for long, medium and short hair!
Learn how to make your hair always look phenomenal, no matter whether it’s curly or straight!
Messy buns, casual updos, loose braids and other beautiful hairstyles!
By learning a few (easy!) new styles and tricks, you can keep your strands healthy, swear off frizz and flatness, and make your hair look its best - every day. There’s bound to be an option for you among the cuts that follow, whether your hair is short, curly, or long, and no matter if you have 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or 20 minutes to devote to styling it.
A great short haircut is wash and go. It’s also easy to care for and surprisingly versatile. Use a gentle shampoo as needed (short hairstyles can handle daily washing, especially if you have an oily scalp). Follow up with a light conditioner - anything too moisturizing will flatten hair. A few days a week, spritz on a light leave-in conditioner and let hair air-dry to keep it healthy. Limit heat styling to two or three times a week, and keep sessions brief.
Getting a polished, pulled-together look is quicker with short hair than with any other length - it requires just mousse and a comb. Create the illusion of an updo simply by adding a hair accessory. When time is on your side, a little work with a flat iron can transform your cut into something fun yet sophisticated.
It’s smart to work with your natural texture most days; save straightening for special occasions. Curly hair usually looks its best when cut to a medium length - not too short, not too long. To keep your curls shiny and healthy, shampoo less. Choose a formula tailored to your scalp, not your hair, and apply to your scalp only. Let the suds rinse down the rest of your hair, which will get it clean but won’t dry it out. Condition every time you shower. Most important: Keep your hands off your hair as it dries. Too much touching can exacerbate frizz and distort the shape of natural waves.
A swept-up style gets your hair off your face and neck in a snap, and the look spotlights your curls instead of flattening them out. Straightening your hair requires some work, but if it’s done right, the look can last for at least three days. The key: Go light with the styling products.
Long hair offers the most styling choices, and it is low-maintenance (you can go a few months between trims). But keeping your hair evenly moisturized is a key. Avoid over-shampooing, which may lead to dry, damaged ends; two to three times a week is enough. Use a rich conditioner afterward, applying from your ears down to your ends. Spritz on a leave-in conditioner daily (you can layer other styling products right over it). Everyday strategy: Apply mousse, twist into three loose buns, blow-dry for about 10 minutes, and then take hair down. It will have loads of body.
Changing your hair’s texture dramatically transforms your look. It is also time-consuming and involves (potentially damaging) heat styling, so save it for special occasions.