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How do you all style your hair for every day wear?

(5 Posts)
divere Mon 02-Nov-15 14:54:08

I've finally found a hairstyle I can do and like the look of for when I want to look preened, but I really struggle with day-to-day.

I'm pretty good with hair but I find it hard to know what looks classy but casual. I work from home and mostly doing school runs so don't need to look smart. I can French plait bunches but I feel I look 6 years old. I can do a messy bun but it isn't long/thick enough to look nice. I don't really like the scraped-back look. I also don't like wearing it down all the time as it gets in the way/knotty and I like to look different when I wear it down for an evening out.

I have collar bone length hair, light blonde, naturally wavy and only wash it once or twice a week so nothing that involves wet styling. Prone to frizz but mostly controlled.

PennyPants Mon 02-Nov-15 21:32:53

Style you say? In this fog? grin
Usually if weather allows I have my hair down or in a pony tail. I like wearing hats at this time of year too, which helps to avoid frizz.

KateSpadeAddict Mon 02-Nov-15 21:45:56

If you can french plait what about this?

I do it and it helps to keep my hair off my face...also if you are super lazy like me you can sleep with it in and it can work another day wink

I mainly wear my hair down completely but sometimes (as in on the days it needs washed but I don’t have time!!) do this too - I don’t generally have mine as high as this!,d.ZWU&psig=AFQjCNG-dSMg4_C8JlU5YX3B5TfxVjTlVg&ust=1446587032349258

You can also quiff like above pic and then pull back into a ponytail or messy bun.

KateSpadeAddict Mon 02-Nov-15 21:46:51

Okay first link doesn’t take you to the picture that I thought it would...hang on a minute!

KateSpadeAddict Mon 02-Nov-15 21:49:17

This smile

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