3. Roll and tuck
Gorgeous but so so simple and easily
customizable – tuck tighter or looser for an individual look, and leave more or
less hair out of the tuck depending on your comfort level. This will work for
everyone, but the most volume will happen with textured, curly, or thick hair.
Moms are busy, usually taking care of everyone else before themselves.
Who has time to actually *do* her hair every single day? But at-home mamas want
to feel put-together, too! Grab 10 minutes today and try out one of these
super-easy style ideas. You’re a hair tie and a few bobby pins away from a
2. Top knot
Moms are no strangers to the messy bun, but pull that sucker
to the tip top of your head and you are instantly on-trend with a top knot!
Pull out a few small hairs at your temples to add a pop around your face (but
not too many to annoy you).
4. Easy Chignon
Did we mention this was easy? Low pony, a little
action, tuck, pin, and voila!
5. Double pony
Add some fun and volume to a regular old
ponytail by adding another one! And then if you’re really feeling wild, add a
third! Warning: excessive ponytailing may potentially lead to a Sanjaya
1. Pulled-back easy side braid
A simple pinned-back side braid can help pull those stray
hairs out of your face while changing diapers or making dinner. Bonus points
for adding sparkle with a rhinestone clip!
Girl, you are lookin’ good!
8. Chop it off!
Pixie cuts and bobs look super chic when done
right. It takes major guts to make this leap, but lots of mamas find that after
the incredibly common hormone-drop-induced post-preg hair loss, starting from
scratch is the way to go. In this case, your everyday hair routine can drop to
6. Bun/poof hybrid
For mamas with textured or curly hair, regular ponytails can
look too harsh. Pulling your hair back with bobby pins, however, allows you to
maintain the texture in front and have a fun poof on top! You can also make a
loose pony and pin your curls in a messy bun/poof. Bonus points for twisting a
few sections of hair before pinning.
7. Messy low buns
This works with virtually every length of hair. Separate
hair into three or four sections, make tiny low buns with each section, and
pin. Done and done!