Zoë Burnett / BuzzFeed Click here to pin this for later. 1. For an easy, classy look, try this rolled and tucked up-do. oncewed.com Fold sections up to the crown of your head, tuck section ends into the hair, and pin. This look is perfect for long, thick hair that you desperately want out of your face. Get the tutorial here. 2. Try a pretty, messy up-do with a headscarf. smileandwave.typepad.com A four-step hairstyle is like a fast-drying manicure (aka a gift from above). To keep the look lasting all day long, add a little texture to your hair — you can try Bumble and Bumble's Thickening Dryspun Finish ($16). Get the tutorial here. Advertisement 3. Pile your hair on top of your head for this cute ponytail. Lauren Zaser / Via BuzzFeed Use bobby pins and/or elastics — or whatever you're most comfortable working with — to get your hair into a ponytail. Keep a few front pieces out for some face-framing hair. Here's the full tutorial. 4. If you want a messy bun look that feels a little ~sturdier~, wrap your hair around the base. cupcakesandcashmere.com This works on super long and shoulder-length hair alike. If you have a lob cut, use bobby pins to secure hairs that may fall out of the bun on the back on your head. For a little hint of rose gold, try these cute ban.do bobby pins ($12). Get the tutorial here. 5. For short, natural hair, throw on a headband and push it a little past your hairline. Lauren Zaser / Via BuzzFeed Try a headband with a little bit of shimmer like this one ( $10)— it's like highlighter for your hairline. 6. You're never too old for pigtails. Just jazz them up with a few hairpins. @sashabasha2 / Via instagram.com Part your hair in three sections, two in the front and one in the back. Twist each section, crossing the two in front and winding the back one into a bun. Secure them with pins and you're done! Here are all the steps. Advertisement 7. If you jumped out of the shower and you don't want to be late for class, crown braid or rope twist wet hair and roll it into a bun. hairromance.com To start, make a deep side part. Braid or rope twist along your hairline, moving from one side of your head to the other. Stop braiding at your ear and wrap hair in a bun. Pin to secure. Get the tutorial here. 8. Messily pin back short lil' pieces of hair with bobby pins for an easy look. One Little Momma / Via onelittlemomma.com Literally just grab pieces of hair and pin them back with bobby pins. For extra hold, spray the bobbies with hairspray before sliding them into your hair. Here's the full tutorial. 9. How cute are these Bantu knot pigtails?! The options are endless with a pack of braiding hair! @chimeedwards / Via instagram.com Part your hair down the middle, and part off two thin sections in the front—one on each side. Add in braiding hair to each of the smaller sections, and braid them down however long you want them. Secure the ends with a rubber band and loc cuff. With the two larger sections, put each one into a ponytail and then Bantu knot them into buns. Here's a breakdown to get the look. 10. For overnight beach waves, twist two slightly damp sections of your hair while you sleep. Song of Style / Via songofstyle.com For extra hold, you can use some sea salt spray (try Not Your Mother's Sea Salt Spray for $8.40) from the mid-lengths to the ends of your hair before rolling it up. Here's the full tutorial. Advertisement 11. Twist tiny sections of hair up and around onto the back of your head for this ~fancy~ look. Lauren Zaser / Via BuzzFeed This works especially well with curly and wavy hair textures! Here's the full tutorial. 12. This loop braid looks like it requires expertise but it's literally just tying your hair in knots. John Gara / Via buzzfeed.com Here's a video that will teach you the magical ways. Promise. 13. Keep it chic and simple with a faux top knot. ForeverCryssy / Via youtube.com Just pull your hair into a high ponytail and add in braiding hair. This tutorial shows you how. 14. This braided bubble style is quick, easy, and stunning. WINNING! Luxy Hair / Via youtube.com Follow along to each step in this unbelievably easy tutorial. 15. Set your hair in perm rods the night before and wake up to beautiful, bouncy curls. NapturalElenore / Via youtube.com Apply a little styling product to even sections of hair before roll each one into the rod. Take out the rods the next morning and gently pull apart each curl. Check out this helpful demo. ~School time, slay time~. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF stylecaster.com Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!