12 Five-Minute Hairstyles That Will Allow You To Snooze The Alarm A Few More Times • MetDaan

12 Five-Minute Hairstyles That Will Allow You To Snooze The Alarm A Few More Times


Are you the type of person that’s not ashamed to snooze your alarm a few times before getting up in the morning? Then we belong to the same club – and after all, why shouldn’t we if we have the time at our disposal? Complex morning preparation routines, however, might take up the majority of that time, and our precious rest can suffer in the process. There are ways to not sacrifice the last, sweetest minutes of sleep and still look great – one of them is doing simple and quick hairstyles. By simple, we don’t mean plain at all. Here are twelve hairstyles that are as pretty as they are quick and easy to do to the delight of sleepyheads everyhwhere.

1. Simple twist

Just take a thin section of hair, twist it, twirl it into the rest of your hair, and fasten with a bobby pin. Simple, isn’t it?

Simple Twist

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2. Low tuck

All you need to achieve this pretty style is a thin elastic headband! Simply roll sections of hair underneath the bottom of the headband and you have earned yourself enough time to snooze your alarm a couple more times.

Low Tuck

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3. Hair bow

Although it looks pretty complicated, this one is actually quite simple. Start with a half-up, half-down bun, then separate it into two sections while tucking a thin piece of hair into the middle.

 Hair Bow

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4. Romantic low bun

This easy style would be perfect for weddings and more official events. All it actually entails is twisting, tucking, and securing your hair into a low, wavy bun.

Romantic Low Bun


5. Loose curls

Who doesn’t want five-minute curls? Start out by brushing your hair, then secure it into a high ponytail.

Loose Curls

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Next, curl medium sections of your hair with a curling wand. Apply hairspray while your hair is still in the ponytail, then take out the elastic and give your hair a good shake.

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6. Waterfall braid

First, part your hair slightly to the side. Next, begin doing a loose French braid, collecting thin sections of hair while you move towards the back of your head.

Waterfall Braid

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Continue the braid almost all the way to the other side of your head, and begin the same braid that you started with on this side. Then, join them together and secure with a bobby pin.

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7. Looped & twisted ponytail

Begin by securing your hair into a low ponytail. Make a slight opening just above the elastic, then pull your ponytail through the opening.

 Looped & Twisted Ponytail

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Next, repeat the first step until you make it to the end of your ponytail. You should end up with multiple elastics and twisted pieces of hair in between them.

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8. Crown braid

The crown braid is basically another version of a French braid, so just follow this simple step-by-step, and your hairdo will get heads turned all across town!

Crown Braid

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9. French twist

Twist your messy hair into a roll at the back of your head. Tuck excess hair into the roll, then secure it with bobby pins and hairspray.

 French Twist

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10. Braided bun

Begin with a French braid at the nape of your neck. Stop near the top of your head, secure with an elastic, and then secure your hair into a bun.

Braided Bun

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11. Milkmaid braids

First, part your hair down the middle. Brush out your locks, then secure your hair into two low braids. Make sure the braids aren’t super tight.

Milkmaid Braids

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Continue by wrapping each braid across the top of your head, then secure each braid right behind your ears with bobby pins. A dash of hairspray will ensure it all stays in place!

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12. Half crown braid

Start with a regular braid on one side of your head and a French braid on the other. At the middle of the back of your head, pin the tail of each braid behind the base of the other one – this way, your loose ends are tucked in!

Half Crown Braid

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