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How to nail messy hairstyles

Most women out there prefer keeping their hairstyle neat and clean for an elegant look. Well, a touch of messy can be great and effortless too! It suits all kinds of faces and for the women who do not want to spend more time doing their hair, this is just what they need. Sleek and chic does not have to be the only way to rock a look. Check out these messy styles for your tresses that you can achieve easily.

Messy ponytail

This is one of the simplest and easiest to create especially if you are into a hairstyle that looks messy as well as chic. You can carry out the style anywhere, be it office, parties, events and weddings.

To create this look follow the steps below:

Step 1: Simply gather all your hair and pull them back neatly.

Step 2: Secure it with an elastic tie and wrap a small section of your hair from the ponytail if you don’t want the tie to be seen.

Tip: You can create any type of ponytail you like, low or high.

High bun

Messy buns are effortless and look great when done right. On the days when you feel you are running late or simply feeling lazy to do your hair, a tousled high bun can come to your rescue. This look also proves to be a saviour during the hot months of the year.

To create this tousled high bun follow the steps below:

Step 1: Pull all your hair to the top and twist them to create a bun.

Step 2: Secure the bun with bobby pins.

Step 3: Pull out the hair from the crown area to create some volume.

Tip: You can also pull out a few strands from the front to frame your face. Leave the baby hair or the strands coming out as it adds more to the messy effect.

Tousled waves

Messy layered waves make you look young and elegant. This hairstyle looks better if you have medium to long hair with natural curls or waves.

To create this hairstyle follow the steps below:

Step 1: Apply some hair mousse when your hair is slightly damp and run your fingers through them.

Step 2: Then blow dry or let just let them dry naturally. This works well if you have curly or wavy hair.

If you have straight hair, you can create soft waves by using a straightener or a curling iron with below steps:

Step 1: Make a middle parting and curl your hair.

Step 2: Run your fingers to soften the curls and secure the hairstyle with a hairspray.

Tip: Make sure that you don’t comb or brush your hair and just let it be to give it a messy look.

Messy half up half down

Women with medium to long hair often do not find much time and effort to try out various styles each day. If you’re one of them, try out this messy half bun that gives a simple yet chic look. To achieve it follow the below steps:

Step 1: Take the hair from the crown section and create a bun behind.

Step 2: Secure it with bobby pins or a rubber band.

Step 3: Pull out the hair from the crown area to give it some volume and leave the rest of the hair as it is in a ruffled way.

Tip: You can also pull out a few strands for framing your face and give it a more feminine touch. Add various hair accessories to elevate your look!

Soft side waves

This hairstyle is an absolute winner that will make you stand out in the crowd. This messy side-swept style looks totally appealing and can be worn to any occasion. You can achieve this look with the following steps below:

Step 1: Create soft waves with the help of a curler or straightener, whichever suits you.

Step 2: Once the curls are created, pull all your hair towards one side, either left or right, by making a deep side part.

Step 3: Secure them on the preferred side with bobby pins so it stays intact.

Step 4: Spritz some hairspray to make the look last longer.

Tips: You can also add flowers or accessories to amp up the hair game if you’re planning to wear it for weddings.

Try out these simple yet messy hairstyles to add some fun to your look and be fabulous without having to put much effort.

 

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