Back to school hairstyles

 That dreadful time of the year is almost back again! Well, it’s not really dreadful if you’re one of the popular kids or great at studies, but for the other kids, it is pretty dreadful. So, let’s try to make this time of the year better for you by introducing you to new and interesting back-to-school hairstyles! The hairstyle will not only make you feel better about your first day back to work but it will also help keep your spirits up high!

So, let’s have a look at some of the most interesting back-to-school hairstyles that everyone around you is definitely going to compliment you on!

The Half Braid Crown

This adorable look speaks of innocence and gives a fun and interesting childish look, without going overboard!

All you have to do to achieve this look is part your hair from one side. Then, use a lock of hair on each side to make a braid. After that, bring the two braids together at the back and clip them up. There you go, the perfect back-to-school fresh look!

Silk Bow Bun

This look is as simple and easy as it gets! It can especially be used if the temperature outside is too hot because you don’t want your hair to be open and cause you even more discomfort.

All you need for this is a small silk scarf. Tie your hair in a bun by twisting it and placing clips on it like you would normally do. Next, tie the silk scarf around the bun and then make a bow out of it. Voila! You’re done with your hair in less than five minutes!

Twisted, up-side-down braided Bun

This hairstyle takes some more time than the previous one, but it’s definitely worth the effort!

Start a french braid from the top middle part and then continue at the back till the end of your hair. After that, twist the part of the braid that hangs, upside down. Then, clip it up and loosen parts of the braid to give the look above! This hairstyle is incredibly stylish and easy to manage. It prevents your hair from getting into your face as well.

Triple Braided Bun

 

Part your hair into three sections as shown in the picture above. Next, tie all of the sections into a braid. Later, tie each of the braids into a low bun, and hold them in place using hair clips and hairpins. There you go, an incredibly stunning school hairstyle that keeps the hair out of your face!

Up-side down braid with a bun

This hairstyle is as simple as its name suggests. To rock this look, you need to make a french braid starting from the bottom of the back of your head and rising to the top. After you’ve reached the summit of your head, twist the hair into a bun and voila! You have a stunning back-braid with a bun!

Four-stranded Dutch Braid

All you need to pull off this look is to learn how to make a four-stranded dutch braid. There are many tutorials online that will teach you and once you get the hang of it, you’ll be ready in no time!

Bow Bun

This bow bun that can be made from your own hair looks absolutely adorable! IT is a simple, easy and unique hairstyle that anyone with straight hair can pull off.

Half french braid with a bow

This is like the upside-down braid with a bun, except that in this case, the braid isn’t upside down.

To achieve this look, part your hair vertically into three separate sections. Start making a french braid in the middle section till you reach the summit of the head. After that, join all of the three sections and tie them up into a single bun. Hold the bun in place by using hair clips and hairpins.

Multiple-stranded French braid tied into a bun

To achieve this look, start forming a french braid with 4 strands on one side of the hair and gradually bring it to the other side until you reach the end of the other side. Braid your hair till the very end and after you’re done, tie the part that’s hanging into a bun at that same side.

French Pull-Through Braid

While this braid takes a lot of time and effort to be made, it’s definitely worth it if you have any back-to-school celebrations that are coming up. All you need to achieve this look is a few tiny hair bands and a detailed tutorial on how to make it.

Double braid and a half bun

To achieve this look, part your hair in the middle and divide it into a total of four sections. Tie a french braid on the top part of the middle two portions. After you reach the back of your head, join the two braided sections together and then tie it into a bun. Let the rest of your hair flow down. This way, you’ll have a combination of open hair and tied hair. You can also add a twist to this hairstyle by tying all of the hair into a bun instead of just the middle two sections.

Quadruple twists

This hairstyle is all about twisting your hair in a french-braid way! Twist your hair to form two twisted pathways on each side. Then, tie all four twisted locks together at the back of the hair. Leave the rest of the hair open. This hairstyle specifically suits school girls who have short hair that is wavy at the ends. This hairstyle looks incredibly fashionable and cute at the same time.

So, what are you waiting for? Try out these hairstyles to school and watch everyone compliment you for them! They’re fun and easy to make. At the end of the day, it’s important to explore new things on your own, so, don’t be afraid to try out new hairstyles and see which one works out for you!

 

Back to school hairstyles
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This article was written by Olivia. After working as a celebrity hairdresser for several years, she joined CanadaHair.ca as the editor-in-chief. In her free time, Olivia loves fitness, dancing and traveling.

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