Quick Hairstyle For Medium Hair

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Having long and thin hair can be a bit of challenge when it comes to hairstyling. Sure, long locks are a beautiful feature to have, however creating quick and easy updos can be a bit tricky. With the right technique, however, you can create long lasting and stunning up-dos. Let’s take a look at some simple and fashionable hairstyles that take little effort yet still look fabulous.

Curl-Laced Updo

Woman with long thin hair pulled up into a neat low bun, adorned with ringlets of curls around the face

Curly hair is beautiful, but it doesn’t always scream up-do. For those with luscious curls, try embracing them in your next up-do. Spritz your locks with a light hold hairspray, and then spiral curl some sections of hair for a romantic, yet neat look. Then pull your hair into a low faux bun and secure with bobby pins. Finally, leave the hair at the front out every so often in order to create a loose, romantic look.

The High Bun

Woman with long thin hair, pulled into a fluffy high bun on the top of her crown

A high bun is a perfect way to show off your long, thin tresses. Pull the top section of your hair up to the crown of your head and secure with an elastic. To add some volume, try using a teasing comb to backcomb the top section of your hair. Twist the remaining hair up into a loose knot and roll the knot towards the elastic. Secure with bobby pins, and you’ll have the perfect updo.

Easy Chignon

Long thin hair pulled up into a neat chignon within the nape of the neck

The chignon has been around forever, and there’s a reason why – it’s classic and timeless. To create an easy chignon, simply put your hair in a low pony tail and divide the hair into two sections – the top and the tail. With the top section, wrap it around the elastic, then roll downwards. Pin it against your head, then do the same with the tail. The result is a stylish and sophisticated updo.

Messy Braided Updo

Woman with long hair pulled back and pinned in the shape of a messy braid

This is an easy way to keep your hair neat, yet still have a touch of messiness to it. Start by French-braiding the sides of your hair up to a point where you would usually secure a ponytail. Instead of a pony
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