10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 7

Hi everyone! It’s day seven!!! Yay!

This hairstyle is nice and stylish, but has very few steps and will keep your hair pulled back and away from your face!

All you need is a hair tie and a brush!

  1. Brush the hair back away from the face. Pick up a small section right in the front.
  2. Start a French braid straight down the head.
  3. Continue to braid, adding hair with each stitch, until you reach the tops of the ears, and have added all the hair above the ears.
  4. Now, without letting go of the braid, gather the rest of the hair in your hands too, and tie the whole thing into a ponytail.

That’s it! Only four steps, but this one is super cute and practical at the same time! I definitely think this is versatile enough to be worn out and about as well as while exercising!

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 6

Hi everyone! It’s Tutorial Tuesday, and you know what that means…drumroll…another hairstyle tutorial! Yay! You know the drill, so let’s get straight to it! 🙂

This hairstyle is a super cute one that could be worn to, of course, sports practice, but potentially even school!

For this style, you will need a brush, a comb, three hair ties (color doesn’t matter), and a bobby pin.

  1. Using the comb, part the hair in the center, all the way down to the nape of the neck.
  2. Take a small section from either side and begin a Dutch braid.
  3. Continue Dutch braiding until you reach about the tops of the ears (it doesn’t matter if all the hair has been added in; in fact, be sure to only add in hair from that side of the part.) Then braid normally a few more inches and tie off with one of the hair ties.
  4. Repeat steps two and three on the other side of the hair.
  5. Now gather all the hair, including the braids, into a low ponytail, and use the last hair tie to secure it.
  6. Take out the hair ties in the braids and brush through the ponytail.
  7. Take a small piece of hair and wrap it around the hair tie, securing it with the bobby pin. Sorry guys, the picture for this step turned out blurry so I didn’t include it 😦

Ta-da! This hairstyle is so cute and fun, and fairly easy to do! Leave a comment if you try it out!

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 5

Hey guys! I’m back with my 10 Days of Sports Hairstyles series! It’s day five!

This is a simple, easy hairstyle, but without all the clutter of complicated steps, it’s super cute and super chic! Besides that, its simplicity makes it a favorite for anytime you’re in a rush!

What you need is a brush, one regular hair tie (color doesn’t matter), one small, clear hair tie, and a bobby pin.

  1. First brush the hair out, and then make a side part in the hair with the brush.
  2. Take a small section of the hair, about half an inch wide, and divide it into three sections.
  3. Begin a normal braid, and braid all the way down to the end of the hair. Tie it off with the smaller hair tie. 
  4. Pull the individual stitches of the braid to make it wider and fluffier. This is called pancaking. 
  5. Gather all the hair (including the braided section) into a ponytail and secure with the larger hair tie.
  6. Take a small piece of hair and wrap it around the hair tie to hide it. Use the bobby pin to hold it in place.

All done! Super simple but super fun!

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 4

Hi! It’s day four, so let’s get started!!!

This hairstyle is another one of my favorites! It’s super elegant and kind of fancy-looking, but quick to do and it will keep your hair off your face!

All you need for this hairstyle is a brush and three regular hair ties.

  1. First, brush the hair out. Gather a section of hair at the top of your head, a couple of inches above the tops of the ears. Tie it off.
  2. Next gather another section of hair, making the part right in the center of the head, approximately at the middle of the ears. Add this hair to the hair from the first ponytail, and secure the whole thing with a hair tie.
  3. Repeat this one last time, making the part at the middle of the ears.
  4. Now gather the rest of the hair and secure it all in a ponytail using the last hair tie, at the nape of the neck.
  5. Now loosen the sections of hair in between the hair ties, forming bubble shapes.

All done! I think this style could work for all kinds of sports! If you try it out, comment and tell me how it went!

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 3

Hiiiiiiiiii! It’s day three of the sports hairstyles tutorials series! Yay! (You know what they say: three is a magic number!) 🙂

For this hairstyle, you will need a brush and two normal hair ties, the color of your choice.

  1. Brush the hair out and secure it in a ponytail using one of the hair ties.
  2. Now it’s time to begin a rope braid. First divide the hair into two sections. Then twist both of the sections to the right.
  3. Now twirl the two sections together. Be sure to twirl them to the left; you have to do it the opposite way you twisted the first time. As you braid, continue twisting to the right while you twirl the sections together, and constantly pull the braid tight.
  4. When you reach the end of the hair, tie it off with the other hair tie. All done!

There you go! I love the rope braid because it’s more unique, but it’s still easy!

Till next time!

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 2

Hey everyone!

This hairstyle is simple and easy, but it’s adorable, and I love it because it’s especially helpful for keeping flyaways and pesky baby hairs out of the way!

For this style, you will need a comb and three hair ties.

  1. First, part the hair with the he comb. The part can be anywhere, really.
  2. On one side, take a small section of hair, about an inch wide, and divide it into three sections.
  3. Begin a regular French braid, only adding hair from that side of the part.
  4. French braid down to about the tops of the ears, and then stop adding hair and continue with a normal braid to the end of the hair. Tie off with one of the hair ties.
  5. Repeat this on the other side of the head.
  6. Now remove the hair ties from the end of the braids. Divide all the hair into three sections and braid it into a normal braid. Use the last hair tie to secure it.

All done! I’d love to see some comments telling me how it went for you! 🙂

10 Days of Sports Hairstyles • Day 1

Hi guys! YAY! It’s the first day of the sports hairstyles series! I’m super pumped, so let’s get to it!

This hairstyle is pretty easy, and can usually be done in under five minutes. What you will need is a hairbrush, a spray bottle filled with water, a hair tie in the color of your choice, a bobby pin and a miniature hair tie (the color doesn’t matter; you will be taking it out before the end.)

  1. To start out, first you want to make a side part in the hair, using the brush. Then spray all the hair with the water to make it easier to work with.
  2. Gather a small section of hair in the front. Divide it into three sections and begin a French braid.
  3. Continue french braiding until you reach the ear. At this point, you can stop adding hair and just braid normally to the end of the hair. Tie it off with the smaller hair tie.
  4. Gather all the hair not in a braid into a ponytail and tie it with the larger hair tie.
  5. Now take the French braided hair and pull it back to the ponytail, wrapping it around the hair tie. Take out the small hair tie at the end of the braid and secure it with the bobby pin.

You’re done! This hairstyle is super quick and easy, but really cute!

Next Up…Sports Hairstyles!

Hi everyone!!! I am super excited to introduce my next hair tutorial series! As you’ve probably guessed, it’s sports hairstyles!!!!!!! These styles are fantastic for any sports practices or games, but they can also be used just for exercising, or even if you just want your hair out of your face at school!

I had SO much fun (and from what I could tell, you guys did too) with the Disney princess hair tutorials (see here), so I thought, why stop?

And BOOM! The sports hairstyle tutorials series was born! It’s going to be a ten day series called (DUH) 10 Days of Sports Hairstyles.

I’m a sporty kind of girl; for as long as I can remember, I’ve played one or more sports at a time. Coming up with cute but still practical hairstyles that are quick and easy enough to do before practice has always been a challenge.

So, hopefully this will help all the athletes out there struggling with the dilemma of, “Why do I have to choose between stylish and practical????”

Bye for now!

Disney Princess Hair Tutorials ||Minnie Mouse!

This is the last Disney princess hair tutorial! (*sob, sob*) I hope you all have enjoyed this as much as I have! 🙂Even though Minnie Mouse is not technically a Disney princess, she still holds a place very near and dear to my heart. She is so adorable and iconic that I think she definitely deserves her own tutorial, don’t you?

This hairstyle is soooooooo cute and fun! It’s really playful and it can bring out the kid inside all of us. Something else I love about this hairstyle is that it can be done on wet hair too. And best of all, it’s pretty easy and doesn’t take too long to do! This hairstyle works on basically all hair lengths and types. What you will need is a brush, a comb, a spray bottle with water, four hair ties that match the color of the hair, two small clear elastics, and, of course, a pink bow.

  1. Part the hair straight down the middle using the comb.
  2. Put each section into a high ponytail using two of the normal-sized hair ties. (Excuse my uneven part!)
  3. Spray down the hair – but obviously, skip that if the hair is already wet – and then braid both of the ponytails to the end. Secure the braids with the small clear hair ties.
  4. Make two buns by wrapping each of the braids around the base of the ponytails. Secure the buns with the other two normal-sized hair ties.
  5. Add the pink bow to either one of the buns.

All done! I love this hairstyle so much. SO cute!!!

Disney Princess Hair Tutorials || Mulan!

This hairstyle is so simple and elegant, and it’s really fun to wear. It can be done on pretty much all hair lengths and types. You will need a flat iron, a hair tie, and a medium sized hair clip. Here’s how you can recreate the most rare and beautiful flower of all!

  1. Heat up the flat iron and when it’s hot, straighten all the hair. You want it to be super straight, so do small sections at a time and make sure it’s all done.
  2. Then brush the hair back (so there’s no clear part line) and gather the top layer of hair. The part should be about the outer edges of the eyebrows. Tie it with the hair tie.
  3. Clip the hair clip over the hair tie, hiding the hair tie.

There you go! All done! Comment and tell me how this hairstyle went for you! Did it hold up while fighting any Huns? 🙂