At the time when almost everyone is home, doing new things and learning new skills can be a form of entertainment. Learning new things shouldn’t intimidate you because simple things like styling your hair and trying new hairstyles is an accomplishment.

There are a bunch of hairstyles for girls that you can try at home. Some of these hairstyles require no equipment, and can be achieved with just clips, headbands, and elastic bands.

Plus, many of the hairstyles are easy to follow, thanks to the step-by-step process.


In case you’re sick of buns and braids, you can try some of these hairstyles. Next-level ponytails look gorgeous and can make you look sleek and stylish. You can also try these hairstyles for your kids.

Modern messy bun

A simple and clean up-do that can make you look polished is the modern messy bun. It takes little effort to do and requires a headband, pins, and elastic. It is so simple that you can do it to your child in less than five minutes.

To do this hairstyle, simply brush hair into a high ponytail then slip a headband over the hair. Carefully twist the ponytail into a bun and then secure with bobby pins.


To finish the look, add volume to the top part using a tail comb. Gently wiggle and tug sections of the hair to add volume.

Twist wrap ponytail

If you’re going for a chic hairstyle, the twist wrap ponytail can simply elevate any look. This style looks like a ponytail but with a twist, literally. It is perfect for any occasion or even when you are at home.

What you need is a hairbrush, elastics, and hairspray (optional). First, pull the hair back into a ponytail and secure with elastic band. Section off a small piece from the ponytail and wrap around the elastic until it is covered.

Pick a small piece of hair on each side and create a rope twist with each section. Follow the twist pattern and secure it with a pin underneath.


Fishtail braid

This is no ordinary braid because it looks firmer and more organized. This hairstyle requires a little practice, as it’s different from the normal braid.

First, divide the hair into two even sections. Take a thin strand of hair from the left section, gathering from the outside.

Tuck the thin strand under the right section, which now becomes a part of it. Tug gently to tighten the strand of hair.

Now, take a thin strand from the right section, gathering again from the outside. Pull it across the right section and move towards the left section. Tuck underneath the left section and tug gently.

Keep alternating sides until you reach the end of the hair. Secure with elastic bands.

Grown up half-up

If you want a posh and chic look with wavy hair, the grown up half-up is the best style to try. It is perfect for anyone with long hair. The hairstyle looks nicer if you curl your hair for some texture.

Sweep the hair into a half-up, half-down style, leaving two layers of hair from your face. Secure this using an elastic band or a ponytail.

Get the bottom of the ponytail up and tug a little at the band to create an opening above. Tuck and pull the bottom half of the ponytail.

Readjust the band so the opening won’t slip out. Hairspray is optional but you can also add volume by scratching the upper part of the hair using a tail comb.

Knotted low bun

Reinvent the bun and make it chic with a knotted low bun hairstyle. It only takes three to four minutes to do, which is pretty easy.

Pull hair in a low ponytail and tie using elastic. From this, create a loose braid and secure with another tie.

Gently wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail, appearing like a bun. Secure this bun using bobby pins and viola!


Experimenting with your hair is easy and requires no heavy-duty equipment or tools. The hairstyles for girls mentioned above are perfect for little kids, teenagers, and adults, who want to look neat and chic.

Practice your skills and make the up-do more stylish and clean.