ICYDK, Elisse Joson is a great peg for everyday hairstyle ideas. She's into wearable 'dos—ones that you can easily recreate, even if you’re a beginner. Bored of your Monday to Friday ponytail? Here are seven hairstyle ideas for each day of the week!
Monday: Bun + printed headband
During the start of the work week, you want to look put-together. But since you must to wake up and leave the house extra early to get through Monday rush hour, you need a hairstyle that takes minimal effort. Putting your hair up in a high bun and adding a headband shows that you mean business!
Tuesday: '90s middle part + snap clips
Don't let Tuesday's deadlines get to you. Hide your stress by wearing a '90s It Girl-approved hairstyle: middle-part + hair clips! Create a center part on your hair and clip on pretty barrettes on each side.
If you can't be bothered on Wednesday hump day, try this fuss-free hairstyle that takes minimal effort to achieve. Just put on a bucket hat—a '90s accessory that's making a strong comeback—when you've got no time for primping.
Thursday: Loose, half-ponytail
The end of the work week is almost here, so hang in there. Power through Thursday with a loose, half-ponytail. It's a non-boring hairstyle that keeps the tresses away from the face so you can focus on meeting your deadlines, not your hair.
Friday: Low ponytail + ribbon
Going somewhere fancy on Friday night? Create a side-part, style your hair in a low-ponytail, and tie a sheer ribbon around it. That's all!
Saturday is for the most important girls in your life: Your BFFs! For your girls’ day out (and maybe GNO, too), you should try a feminine hairstyle that will totally be bagay with your off-shoulder top and jeans: Tie a bandanna around your head and wear it as a headband.
Sunday: Side-part + hair clip
Try a sweet-looking hairstyle on Sunday lunch that will remind your lola of how cute you were when you were just a little girl. Style your locks with a side-part and put on a hair clip. You can also curl your your tresses if you have extra time in the morning.
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