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16 Simple Hairstyles You’ll Love When You’re Running Late In The Morning

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It’s hard enough to get up in the morning even without having to deal with the mess your hair has become overnight, right? Men have it so easy, without even knowing it. Women wouldn’t be the strong species that they are, however, if they shied away from a challenge – it is all about finding the best way to overcome one. When it comes to running late in the morning, it is always useful to have a few super-simple options down your sleeve when you have neither the time nor the energy to do too much. Check out these sixteen styles and you’ll always have a morning solutions handy.

Without having to worry about how you’re going to style your hair that day. I’m always running behind — it’s just who I am as a person — and because of that, I need hairstyles that are quick and easy. Sometimes it seems like quick hairstyles seem to compromise on cuteness, but these 16 hairstyles are easy and chic! Whether you like to wear your hair up or down, there are options for both.

1. A super-easy chignon perfect for the office

Start by twisting both sides of your hair, then secure it into a low ponytail.

This easy chignon is perfect for the office.

Source: Yet Another Beauty Site

Continue by making a small hole between the nape of your neck and the ponytail, then pull the hair through. Roll the remaining hair up and secure it with bobby pins.

Then make a small hole between the base of your head and the ponytail, and pull your hair through. Roll the remaining hair up and secure it with bobby pins.

Source: Mint Mag

2. A go-to hairstyle for busy mornings

Use a hair doughnut to make a perfect bun, then section the remaining hair off into two braids. Wrap the braids around the bun, before securing them with bobby pins.

This is my go-to hairstyle on busy mornings.

Source: Join The Mood

And voila! This is a simple and chic hairstyle anyone can do which still looks elegant and classy.

And voila! A simple and chic hairstyle anyone can do. For a full picture tutorial, click here.

Source: Hair Romance

3. A twist and pin style

As simple as the pictures demonstrate! Place the bobby pins in an X shape to add a little flair — this way they’re also an accessory!

For fine hair, try teasing it before pinning to add volume.

The twist and pin style is super simple! To add a little flare, place your bobby pins in an X shape — use them as an accessory!

Source: Marie Claire

4. A pretty tuck and cover style

Place a band on your head, then take a section of hair from one side and loop it around the headband. Keep looping until you reach the middle of the headband, then repeat the same step on the other side.

This tuck and cover style is so pretty.

Source: Missy Sue

5. Perfect for a casual day out

 I love this one. This would be perfect for a casual day out!

Source: Cute Girl Hairstyles

6. A super-simple bow bun

This cute hairstyle can be done in less than two minutes.

Pull your hair into a messy bun on the top of your head, but leave a small section of hair loose. Separate the bun into two halves and pull the loose section of hair over them, securing it with bobby pins.

The bow bun is a simple and cute hairstyle you can do in less than two minutes.

Source: Trend Survivor

7. A solution if you want to leave some hair out and keep it textured

This hairstyle works if you want to leave some pieces of hair out and keep your hair textured.

Source: Mr. Kate

8. A simple trick to get beautiful curls in five minutes

Gather your hair into a ponytail and use a curling iron to curl small to medium sections of hair. Finish off with some hairspray to make sure your curls don’t fall out, then remove the ponytail. Once you shake out your hair, you should be left with a full head of lovely curls.

Get beautiful curls in five minutes with this simple trick!

Source: Glam Radar

9. A voluminous ponytail by using two separate ponytails

Section your hair off into two ponytails. Then, tease the top ponytail to create fullness and hide the bottom one.

Give yourself a voluminous ponytail by using two separate ponytails.

Source: Marie Claire

10. A tip: you can update a boring bun by placing a hair bow at the base of the bun

Give a boring bun an update by placing a hair bow at the base of the bun.

Source: Pretty Designs

11. A headband tuck

Place an elastic headband over your hair, then gather your hair into a ponytail but don’t tie it just yet. Tuck the ends of your hair into the back of the headband, and roll your hair until you feel it tighten at your nape.

Similar to the half tuck, this headband tuck is a super simple updo.

Source: Treasures & Travels

12. You can tie a scarf around your ponytails and buns for some vintage vibes

If you're wearing your hair up in a ponytail or a bun, try tying a scarf around your head for some vintage vibes.

Source: Keiko Lynn

13. Even a simple hairband can change the look of a bun considerably!

 Even a simple hairband changes the look of a bun!

Source: The Style Spy

14. Creating the illusion of a side braid

Gather your hair into a side ponytail, before making a small opening above the ponytail and pulling the ponytail through. Gently tighten the ponytail, then wrap another elastic around your hair some two inches below the loop. Make another hole for your hair to go through, and pull it through just like before. Repeat the process until you’ve encompassed all the hair you have.

 Create the illusion of a side braid with this loopy style.

Source: All Hot Trends

15. Giving a side pony some oomph

Use a light styling mousse to give your hair some holding power, before separating your hair into two sections. Then, tie your hair into a knot and secure it with an elastic. You can also backcomb the ponytail for some extra volume and texture — just make sure to smooth it out at the end.

Give a side pony some extra oomph with this knotty style.

Source: The Beauty Department

16. Getting the perfect messy bun with this braided style

Gather your hair into a ponytail, then braid. Pull the braid forward and secure its top to your head in front of the elastic from the ponytail. Next, roll the braid inward and pin it underneath the elastic. Add extra bobby pins around the bun to secure it.

Get the perfect messy bun with this braided style.

Source: Hey Wanderer

Some more quick and easy hairstyles for the morning.

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