Let’s talk about the best ways to wear your hair to work.
Are you ready to impress your job friends and coworkers? Do you want to leave your boss with the best image possible? So, girl… you’re in the right spot.
In this post, we’ll talk about some of my favorite professional haircuts that are super easy to do.
Most of these styles can be done in just a few minutes with little or no training. I’ve even given you easy-to-follow instructions on how to improve them.
Do you agree? Then you better get ready!
Here are 10 work hairstyles that are very easy to do. that will help you get to the next level at work.
1: French Twist
The French twist is an elegant haircut that has been around for a long time. It’s been a favorite among professionals for a long time.
What’s the best part? It’s very simple to do. In just a few minutes, you can learn how to rock this style by following Alex Gaboury’s guide.
2: Simple Bun
Another easy haircut that can be done in a few minutes is a simple bun. In the past year or so, it’s also been getting more attention.
3: Braided Bangs
I always like braided bangs because they can be used with any other hairdo.
They are great for work because they keep your hair out of your face and can make your hair look more interesting with little work.
You just need to braid a small piece of hair around your face and pin it to the side to get this look. But if you still need help, TheStyleBlog has a pretty cool guide for you to follow.
4: Half-Up Twisted Updo
I love the half-twisted updo for work because it looks so professional and is so easy to do, even if you don’t have any experience.
This haircut is great because it doesn’t have to be perfect. It’s meant to be messy, so anything goes.
There are a lot of different ways to do this style, but I really like how Kate from The Small Things Blog did it.
5: Textured Ponytail
The textured pony is a classic take on a very simple haircut. Use a curling wand to make waves in the hair, or use dry texturizing spray to give the hair more structure.
Don’t forget to wrap some hair around the base of the ponytail to hide the rubber band.
The ponytail can be high, medium, or low. This lesson by Noel Labb has some great tips to get you started.
6: Braided Ballerina Bun
This is one of the more complicated work hairstyles on this list, but I promise it can be done with a little bit of practice. To be honest, it’s not even as hard as you’d think it would be.
7: Gibson Tuck
The Gibson tuck is a fun haircut to wear to work because there are so many different ways to do it, and they’re all classy. It’s also a style that doesn’t have to look perfect, which makes it easy to do.
8: Half-Up Topknot
If you’ve read any of my other posts about hairstyles, you’ll know that the half-up top knot is my favorite. It’s fun, it’s cute, and it’s a good job. And I’m totally crazy about it!
9: Low Twisted Bun
It’s always fun to eat low buns, but it’s even more fun to add twists and different textures. It makes it look unfinished and messy while still being professional.
10: Pull-Through Braid
It looks like a formal thick braid, but it’s much easier to do and doesn’t require much work. It’s very fashionable and a great look for work.
I know it may look a little scary, but don’t worry! This easy-to-follow guide from Loepsie shows you how to make this look on your own.