Sassy Hairstyles For A Fun Filled Summer

hairbarekeges Summer is the time when things ramp up and you get going with fun and sporty activities. There’s lots that’s happening, and just to play along we have here some hairstyles to help you get the right summer looks.

All you need is a bit of creativity, a bit of time and a few hair accessories, and you can easily transform your dull looking hair into something interesting.



Simply toss them up

Pull your hair back into a high ponytail, and you some decorated elastic bands to tie it up. It’s very simple to do, yet very stylish and something that goes truly well with the sporty summer spirit. And the best part is that it looks fabulous on just about anyone.



Get playful

For a more playful look try braids or pigtails, and you’re ready with a fun and carefree look. Both these styles are comfortable, keeping in mind the busy summer schedule that you may have, and what’s even better is that they never seem to go out of style. It doesn’t matter what your hair length is, because braids and pigtails look equally good on short as well as long hair. There is also a cute and mischievous element to these hairstyles, which makes them the perfectly hairstyle for all fun activities.

Twists and buns



These are some more styles that look really chic, for a casual summer look, and are easy to make. The simple bun is easy, and all that you need to do is to twist your hair in the back to form a bun and then secure it with a chopstick. For the twisted bun, just pull your hair backwards to form a low ponytail, and begin twisting your ponytail. When it’s nicely twisted just pull it up straight, and secure it near the crown with some bobby pins. Hide the lose ends somewhere in the twist and push in three chopsticks into the twist, with about one inch of space in between each of them.

Play around with accessories

Accessories are a nice way to add in a punch to your hairstyle, so go on and use your creativity to create different looks using chopsticks, hairpins, head bands, clips and scarves.



Sidharth Thakur