Cute Mom Hairstyles

Cute Mom Hairstyles

Being a mom is a wonderful experience, full of new emotions and discoveries. In the meantime, it is one of the most hectic periods in the life of any woman. A mom takes care of everybody and sometimes she doesn’t have enough time to take care of herself. Makeup, hair styling, dressing up require much time, which the mom doesn’t have at her disposal. However, there are several tips and tricks, which will help you to create an elegant, but effortless hairstyle!

Easy Everyday Hairstyles

The life of the mom is rich and full of different events. Oftentimes, it happens that she has fingers in many pies and there is no opportunity to dedicate much time to the hairstyle. But in any case, every mom wants to look presentable.

There are some easy everyday hairstyles, which you can do without having much experience, many styling means and much time.

  • Criss-cross Ponytail

Messy locks are extremely popular nowadays and this trend is especially relevant for moms because they don’t have time for perfection. This hairstyle will look awesome with a casual or festive outfit and it suits all hair types and hair lengths.

How to do it:

  1. Start with the basic actions: divide your hair into three sections. There should be two side sections and one middle section.
  2. Gather the central part into a low ponytail and secure it with elastic.
  3. Take the left section and place it over the ponytail. You may secure it with a bobby pin on the right side.
  4. Take the right section and cross it over the left section. You should have the “X” pattern above the elastic.
  5. Pull the ends of both sections under the ponytail. If you want, you may twist the ends.
  6. Secure the ends with a bobby pin.
  7. For a longer effect, tease the ponytail and the crown and fix with a spray.
  • A Messy Low Bun

Even if you have sparse and short hair, you may fix this problem with a well-picked hairstyle. A low messy bun adds an alluring negligence to your look and makes you look attractive without spending much time on your hairstyle. It is a perfect go-to variant in the morning, but if you add some accessories, it may be a good festive option.

How to do it:

  1. Tease your strands and fix them with a spray.
  2. Gather hair together and pull it through the elastic. Then, pull hair through the elastic for the second time, but bring it halfway through the elastic. You’ll have a bun.
  3. Grab the rest of the hair, then take the elastic and pull it over the bun.
  4. Secure with pins if necessary.
  • A Layered Bob With Short Bangs

Short hairstyles are on the rise nowadays. But be careful while choosing a short haircut as it should suit your hair texture and Guy Riggio, a Los Angeles-based Sally Hershberger stylist agrees, adding it’s also important to get a cut that really works with your face shape.

If you have short locks and a square, oval or a round face shape, then short bangs hairstyles are your win-win option. Some moms prefer wearing short locks as they don’t require much time for care and styling. But it doesn’t mean that you can’t make them look flawless.

How to do it:

  1. Moisten your locks with mousse or gel, tease strands and let the hair dry.
  2. Then straighten bangs with the hair iron and tease the rest of the hair with a comb or fingers.
  3. Use a spray to make sure the hairstyle will last for the whole day.

Hairstyles For Moms With Long Hair

Long, glorious locks are the pride of any woman. Even if you have a stressful life with many duties, you can wear amazing hairstyles for long hair. These haircuts are easy to do, but they look sophisticated and alluring. Here are some examples of hairstyles for moms with long hair.

  • Tuck And Cover Half Up

Long hair may be tough to style, but in the meantime, it looks very feminine and adds a touch of romance to your look. If you have long and wavy locks and don’t want to gather them into a bun or a ponytail, try a tuck and cover half up hairstyle.

How to do it:

  1. Slip the headband over your head.
  2. Take the front sections of your hair and tuck it into the headband.
  3. Secure hair with the bobby pins on the nape.
  4. Tease the crown, use gel for volume at the roots and fix everything with a spray.
  • Jasmine Ponytail

If you are fed up with wearing a traditional ponytail, you may modify this hairstyle and try something different. Long and dense strands are difficult to style in a short period of time, so a ponytail is your salvation. This hairstyle works well with any outfit. If you create a loose Jasmine ponytail, it will add volume to hair.

How to do it:

  1. Tease the crown and make a low ponytail. Take one section of hair and wrap it around the elastic to hide it.
  2. Tease the ponytail and tie off sections. For this, take one section of hair, pull on the hair between the elastic so that it looks fuller and wrap one strand of hair around each elastic band to make the visual effect more appealing.

Note: if you don’t have time, just tie off these sections with the elastic bands without hiding them.

  • Hair Bow

If you want to create something gentle and romantic in a short period of time, then this is an easy hairstyle, which you can do on-the-go. It is perfect for long, thick or thin hair. The bow looks perfect both with a forelock (it may be short or long, straight or swept to the side) and without it. The haircut will complement any outfit.

How to do it:

  1. Gather hair up in a high bun at the top, split it into two parts and wrap the tails up and around.
  2. Secure it with pins and fix with a spray if necessary.

Haircuts For Busy Moms

Moms always solve many problems and they are super busy, but this is not an excuse for giving up the good hairstyle. There are three hairstyles which you may consider if you lead an active lifestyle because these hairstyles are easy to put together in the morning. In the meantime, they look chic!

  • French Braided Top Knot

All moms are familiar with morning problems when you have to handle many issues and don’t have enough time to dress up and create a fancy hairstyle. This hairdo is for women, who like plain elegance. A French braid always makes the look more sophisticated and polished and in a combination with the bun, it creates a complicated haircut.

How to do it:

  1. Braid your hair up, when you reach the top, tie strands off in a high top knot.
  2. You may tease bun a little bit to add more volume and leave front wisps, which will frame the face and soften your facial features.
  • Two Braids

Sometimes, moms want to look playful and carefree. You may get your inspiration from little black girls hairstyles.

So, braids are the best option! This is a timeless hairstyle, which is easy to do and it always looks neat. This haircut suits women with long and thick hair as in this case, braids will look volumetric. But if your hair is thin, don’t despair! To create the visual volume, tease your braids.

How to do it:

  1. Have your crown braided into cornrows, it will make the look edgier.
  2. Do two high ponytails.
  3. Braid each ponytail and fix with a spray.

Note: if you want to make your hair denser, twist each section before braiding it.

  • Beach Waves

This hairstyle is for any mom who has ever struggled to do her hair in the morning and reluctantly resorted to a ponytail.

It doesn’t require special skills and may last up the whole day if you use enough spray.

How to do it:

  1. Divide hair into two parts, then twist each part and tie them with a hair tie.
  2. Run the flat iron over both twists for several times.
  3. Untie twists, tousle hair a little bit and fix with a spray.

Note: if you want your hairstyle to last longer, you may moisten your strands with mousse before twisting them.

Thus, being a mom doesn’t mean that you can’t look attractive and stylish. Choose one of these hairstyles and you’ll look amazing regardless of the occasion and time of the day!

By | 2017-12-11T23:32:56+00:00 December 1st, 2017|Beauty & Fashion|1 Comment

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  1. Chrysa December 12, 2017 at 8:34 pm - Reply

    These are all so pretty! My favorite is the beach waves and I should be able to do that with my hair since it’s already wavy, but it never seems to happen. I guess I need to put in more effort!

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