o you believe that long hair cannot be styled? Get ready for a revelation! Long hair can be used to create a variety of different hairstyles. In fact, there are endless style possibilities that one can make use of, with long hair. All you need is some hairpins, ponytail holder and patience to work on your hair. Believe us; your enticing luscious hair will be styled to give an elegant, yet chic look each time you move out. In the following lines, we provide you with ideas on how to create a long hairstyle.
Ideas For Long Hairstyles
Classic French Twist
French twist is an easy, yet fashionable way to style long hair. Tie your hair with a ponytail holder. Now, hold your hair from the base of your neck and twist it for a few times, towards your left. While in twisting motion, bring the ponytail up towards your right, to create a roll on the back of your head. Make sure you twist your hair all through the ends and then fold the remaining ponytail back down and tuck it under the roll. Use hairpins and sticks to fix the roll. You are all ready to flaunt a classic French twist!!
The topknot style is very famous and goes well with any occasion. Part the hair horizontally, just above the ears. Comb them backwards and coil them into a bun. Fix the hair in a ponytail holder and then twist it until it coils naturally. Make a bun but ensure that the ponytail holder is not visible. Add one or two hairsticks to the bun. You are all set for a stylish look!!
The Juliet Style
Want to get a romantic look? Try the Juliet hairstyle! Part the hair horizontally and comb it towards the middle of the head. Now, weave it into an English braid and fasten the hair in a ponytail holder. You can also add some hair pins to the upper portion of the hair. The Juliet style is ready!!
Similar to braiding, this style gives your hair the rope effect. Comb your hair to make a ponytail. Fastening your hair in a ponytail holder, divide it into three sections. Beginning from the right side, grasp the right section and twist it toward the left side on the other two sections. Now, cross the twisted section and over the other two section. Repeat this for the entire hair starting from the same side as the first. Once you reach the end, fasten it with a ponytail holder. You can add hairpins to magnify the effect.
Ready to flaunt a Victorian look? Fasten your hair into a ponytail holder, but make sure that there is some space between your head and the ponytail holder. Now, gently pull your hair apart to make a hole. Flip the pony through the hole, so that it hangs down again. Once this is done, separate the hair into three sections and make an English braid for each of them. Now, fasten all the three braids together and bring them to where you originally tucked your ponytail. Make sure you push the ponytail holder into the same hole far enough so that it is not visible. Apply hair pins to keep the hairstyle in place.