InTruBeauty: Totes Cute Hair in Under 10 Min- We Swear!

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Totes Cute Hair in Under 10 Min- We Swear!

Jessica and I have compiled a bunch of cute hair styles for you along with a quick how to!  Enjoy!

The Heidi
You know...from the movie with Heidi and the Swiss Alps.  Well...maybe you don't and I'm just old, but I love this 'do!
Instructions:  Part hair all the way down the middle (keep it however you want in the front).  Do an inside out french braid, secure with hair ties, and overlap and pin in the back.  One of the most deceivingly easy hairstyles of all time- looks super difficult, but can be accomplished in under 5 minutes if you can braid.


The Crazy Lady
Short hair has a bounce and volume hard to achieve with any other link.  Use a little bit of Samy Instant Styler (found at Walgreens) to achieve this messy curly look.  Use a shot of aerosol hairspray and mess it up and separate some curls with your fingers.

The Band
Hands down, totes mcgoats the easy peasiest way to spruce up your hair ever.  Haven't washed your hair recently?  Wake up 5 minutes before work?  Just want to look stinkin' cute?  Here are the complex directions- Slide headband through hair.  Walk away from mirror.  

The Brooch Bun


Find a cute brooch, 5-6 bobby pins, a hair band, and a can of hairspray.  Secure your hair in a bun at the base of your neck with the hair band.  Work your fingers through your hair easing it all back in a neat and tidy way, not too messy and wild.  Secure hair by putting bobby pins under the lower layer of the hair you pull back lightly spray in place.  Fasten the brooch by weaving the band through the pin in your hair.  Voila!

The LC
 Start with curly hair
 Separate the top third from the rest
 Create two inside out braids going opposite directions, secure with hair bands
 Tuck in the ends with bobby pins.
 Leaving only the top middle section to work with later, bring down the front to the sides, and secure underneath bottom braid on both sides, ensuring that the ends of the tucked in braids are covered.
 Use the middle third of your hair to create a messy bun that covers the part above the top braid.
 Create a little twist in the front of your hair if you so desire.  
 Hairspray in place!
 Now Jessica's pretty and happy!  Seriously took under 10 min- we just got creative and inspired by a Lauren Conrad red carpet hair do.  

The Oinker



Part hair down the middle, and twist hair into cute little buns.  Secure with a hair tie or a few bobby pins.  If you want to pull some hair out in the front to create a side part it'll still look great!  We used a twist.

The Snow White

Curl hair with a medium barrel curling iron, leaving the ends out.  Hairspray in place, and add a sparkly red hair accessory.

The AnnaLynne McCord 

Spray root boost, and mix in some large and small curls by using different sized curling irons.  Hairspray in place. 

The SJP
Pull the front of your hair out of your face, slap down a cutesy necklace, bobby pin it by your ears so the front of your hair overlaps over where you have pinned the clasp.  I did this on myself the first time while watching TV and not looking in the mirror...it is that easy for real!

The Twist

I am totally guilty of the trout pout in this picture.  Winning!  I had straightened my hair that day, and I literally parted it in the middle and twisted my bangs back tightly, securing in the back with tiny claw clips.  Could also be achieved by securing with bobby pins.  I took aerosol hairspray about an inch away from the twist and sprayed down the twist so it would be crunchy and stiff...I only did this to ensure my bangs were going nowhere and wouldn't sprout out of the twist on me.  This style took me about one minute total.  And my husband loved it!  Score!


The Messy Bun

I straightened my bangs, and threw my hair up in the back, securing it and making sure it was all off the back of my neck.  Super quick and easy!

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