You ended up doing an all nighter, and over slept. Now, you have like thirty minutes to get to class. Looking in that mirror you realize that half-crazy hair isn’t going to cut it. We took the time to gather 10 east hairstyles for the busy college girl, so you wouldn’t have to.
1. Five minute curls
Step 1: Brush out the hair knots of last night, and then apply small amount of hair spray.
Step 2: Gather up the hair into a loose ponytail.
Step 3: Begin to curl the end pieces in the ponytail.
Step 4: Take out the elastic, and enjoy those flawless curls.
2. Half up top knot
Step 1: Part your hair, dividing the top half from the bottom at about your eye level.
Step 2: Hold the top half of your hair in a ponytail at the bottom of your crown and wrap the elastic.
Step 3: Create another loop with the left over elastic you have. This will give you a nice clean knot on top.
3. Twisted halo
Step 1: Twist back a small section of hair from one side of your head and pin it in the middle of your head.
Step 2: Twist back a small section from the other side of your head, tuck it behind the first twisted section. Pin it in the middle of your head.
4. Flower braid
Step 1: Get a section of hair from both sides of your head in line with your temples and put the sections into a small pony in the back. Begin braiding the pony down to the ends of your hair.
Step 2: Tug at the section of the braid loosening it up, the over top edges will help to create the desired flower petal look.
Step 3: Spin the braid around into a bun and pin it until its secure on the head.
5. Twisted ponytail
Step 1: Take the ponytail and divide it into two sections
Step 2: Begin to twist one section and wrap the other to create the look you want.
Step 3: Look good in that morning rush.
6. Side braid
Step 1: Gather all your hair to one side of your neck.
Step 2: Part the hair into three sections and begin to pull one strand over the other until the braid is created.
Step 3: To create more volume in the braid take one hand to hold the braid to the neck, and begin pushing up on the roots with the other.
7. Messy bun
Step 1: Gather the hair into a high ponytail and begin to tie the elastic around the hair. Do one simple loop of the hair.
Step 2: Take the left over hair and wrap it around the tie. Secure it with a bobby pin close to your hair color.
Step 3: Pull out a few strands to give it that messy finish.
8. Half Braid
Step 1: Parting your hair into your desired part, begin to take pieces from one side of the head and braid them back into a simple braid.
Step 2: Leave about half the hair unfinished to flow into the rest of the free hair. Pin back the braided section with a bobby pin.
9. High Pony Tail
Step 1: Brush back your hair until all of it is gathered on the crown of your head.
Step 2: Secure the hair with an elastic before taking two bobby pins and placing them behind the elastic to push up the pony tail.
10. Scarf it up
Step 1: Place the middle section of the scarf on your hair.
Step 2: Take both the right and left ends of the scarf and wrap them past each other in front of your head.
Step 3: Bring those pieces to the back of the head, and knot them together. Creating the desired effect.