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5 Ideas for Back to School Hairstyles

Nothing puts a damper on the end of the summer like the knowledge that you will be returning to hours in the classroom.5 Ideas for Back to School Hairstyles, Scizzors, Shrewsbury, MA However, there is something you can do to help make the transition easier: a new hairstyle. If you’re looking for a way to start off the school year the right way, try any of these easy five ideas for back to school hairstyles.

Back to School Hairstyles: Loose Curls

These soft curls are cute and casual. They’re also a little bit more subtle than regular ringlet curls. If you have straight hair, loose curls can be created quickly and easily with a curling iron and dry hair. If you have naturally wavy hair, you can allow your hair air dry the night before and then use the curling iron in a few places to give it some extra life. Be sure to only curl the last few inches your hair and keep the hair on the top of your head smooth. If you’re in for a long day, add a light layer of hairspray to keep the curls in place.

Back to School Hairstyles: Buns

From the ballet bun to the messy bun, this hairstyle creates a chic look that will never go out of style. The different types available offer you a chance to get creative. They add a touch of glamour to any style and they also show off your face, especially those amazing cheekbones. Begin your bun with a high ponytail and keep in mind that it will determine how high the bun is placed on your head. When you’re done, secure the bun in place with bobby pins and hairspray.

Back to School Hairstyles: Bangs

Both side swept bangs and bangs that are straight across the forehead are popular right now. Bangs are a nice way to frame your face and bring attention to your beautiful smile. If you are looking for a way to emphasize your new bangs, a simple ponytail is sure to do the trick. Bangs are also an easy way to change up your appearance without resorting to a drastic cut or new hair color.

Back to School Hairstyles: A Half-Up

Only pulling back half of your hair is a great way to keep your hair out of your face and will still allow you to show it off. For best results, blow-dry your hair with a diffuser for some extra volume. Depending on how sleek or casual you want to look, use a comb or your fingers to sweep back the top half of your hair and insert bobby pins to keep your hair in place. If you have extra time, feel free to add some loose curls to give it a bit more flair.

Back to School Hairstyles: Fishtail Braid or Waterfall Braid

Fishtail braids and waterfall braids are popular right now and are a bit more exciting than the classic braid. They look great on every face shape. You don’t have to stress over getting these braids to look perfect, either. A more tousled edge can give this braid a fun, carefree look.

With any of these back to school hairstyles, you will return to school looking and feeling like a whole new you, ready to take on anything that comes your way. Although it’s still difficult to say goodbye to summer freedom, at the very least, you can look forward to showing off some great new hairstyles when you return to school.

If need help achieving any of these looks, or if you’re looking for additional ideas for back to school hairstyles, feel free to drop by Scizzors. We’ll be happy to make sure that you head back to school looking fabulous.

What are some of your past back to school hairstyles? Were they successful?