1. The Deconstructed Bun
This updo is super simple to execute, but the final result is beautifully intricate and abstract. Get the full tutorial for this head-turning look from L’Oreal Paris here.
2. The Modern Ponytail
Who doesn’t love a ponytail? Bring your look to the next level with some wrapping fanciness. Get the full Redken tutorial here.
3. The Twisted Low Knot
This classic updo (or “low do?”) takes just a few minutes to twist together. Get the chic look from Garnier here.
4. The Fake Bob
Fake it until you make it, honey. If you wanna rock a bob this holiday season, but aren’t ready for the commitment, create this adorable 1920s look. Check out the surprisingly simple trick from L’Oréal Professionnel here.
5. The Mini Bouffant
Just because your hair is shorter doesn’t mean that you can’t have a glamorous updo. Get the full instructions for this little updo that packs a lot of va-va-voom from Kerastase here.
6. The Sexy Side Pony
Side ponies aren’t just for the ’80s jazzercise look. This modern take is easy and totally classy. Get the full tutorial from Shu Uemura® Art of Hair here.
7. The Undo Updo
For all those curly-haired ladies out there, this is a perfectly undone option. Gather the top section of your hair and make a loose braid. Secure the braid at the nape of your neck. Twist small sections and pin into the braid. Keep it loose and messy. Let your hair texture guide you. Do you, free spirit. Get the full tutorial from Kérastase here.
8. The Workday Side Bun
This easy look stays put with the help of a headband, some bobby pins, and a light spritz of hair spray, of course. Get the full tutorial from Makeup.com here.
9. The Tousled Topknot
Curly hair? Sorta dirty hair? Don’t fret. This is going to be your new jam. Pull your hair into a high ponytail, then create two sections. Pin the top section forward. Pin the bottom section backwards. Throw on a fab pair of earrings, and BOOM — you look like a million bucks. No one will ever know you haven’t washed your hair since last Tuesday! Click here for the full L’Oréal Paris tutorial.