Updos for Long Hair that Take 10 Minutes to Style
No one can secure to have great hair day every single morning. This is why updos are there to save the situation. And no matter if you got frizzy hair or oily one, it needs to be treated in a way to get an amazing look in the shortest period of time. 15 minutes? 10 minutes? Less? These hairstyles will be the total saving options. Have a nosey at some chic updos for long hair that take 10 minutes to style!
Tidy Knotted Updo Tutorial
Knotted hairstyles never cease to look stylish and effortlessly chic! For creating a tidy top knot, you need to get two small sections of hair on the top, then you knot those making sure that the loop appears on the front part. When done with the first knot, you need to continue in the similar manner, allowing the ends of the knots to create a chain-like look. You finish up when you reach the other end than you started from. The end needs to be secured with the help of a clear elastic band and then attached to the upper part with the help of bobby pins.
Sophisticated Top Knot Tutorial
You start with getting a ponytail as high as you can get it. Then secure it with the help of a belt, using it as a bun. Then divide the hair into two parts and start knotting the hair on the belt on one side. When done, try to knot the second side on the already knotted part. The end of the knot needs to be secured with bobby pins. The style will go great especially with gladiator sandals, which seem to have been popular for a few seasons now.
Textured Updo Tutorial
The style is the easiest updo for those, who have curly hair. All you need to do is comb the hair backwards and secure the ends with bobby pins. When done, you need to carefully loosen some of hair on the front part creating a messy volume. It will do both as a casual updo and will work perfectly for evening parties.
Faux Bob Tutorial
You want to try out the amazing bob style, but not risky enough to chop the hair? Then this is your chance to create a faux bob. All you got to do is to curl your hair with a curling iron starting mid-length and then fold the hair back and attach it with bobby pins. To make the style classier, you can have curled backwards bangs.
Greek Goddess Hairstyle Tutorial
The classical updo can be modernized in a few steps. The first one is definitely to get the hair into a ponytail creating a bun. The ends of the hair need to be separated into two sections. The first layer needs to be twisted and secured with the help of bobby pins. Then you need to do the same with the second layer in a way that hair falls a bit longer than the first layer. Finally you need to have lots of hairspray to secure the style.
Layered French Twisted Updo Tutorial
Loose hair feels more comfortable and stylish for the summertime. This is why the French twist will be a good option to style. You need to create a loose and messy twist securing it with bobby pins. Then you will need a headband to create the third layer. The headband needs to be thin and of a natural color not to create too much contrast with the hair.
Asymmetric Updo Tutorial
The style looks quite similar to the faux bob. The only difference here is that one of the sides needs to have longer folded hair than the other. And it will be even better if you have a few strands of long hair curled on the longer side. This will give an exciting accent to the style.
Ombre Messy Updo Tutorial
Ombre hairstyles are rather popular recently reaching the fashion shows. This is why it’s great to style it into an updo, which will emphasize the gradient color effect of your hair. You need to start up with a messy bun on the back. Then move the bangs on the sides and finally loosen a few hair strands from the bun and leave them on the front part demonstrating the lighter color of the ends.
As you see these chic updos for long hair require quite a short period of time for styling and definitely look amazing! Give them a try and amaze everyone with your different looks everyday!
Photos courtesy of Elle