8 Easy Hairstyles That Take Only 10 Seconds To Do

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What is your minimum of minimums when it comes to the time needed to do a decent hairstyle? Ten minutes? Five minutes? Sixty seconds? Sure, it really depends on the style you are going for and there are hairstyles that really deserve dedication and time, but the truth is, for most days (and many nights) you don’t need anything over ten seconds to look cool and classy. Here are eight minimalistic hairstyles that barely take any time to do, but still look great. Perfect for a long, hot summer, right?

1. Mega volume double ponytail

Step 1: Make a half-up-half-down ponytail

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Step 2: Separate the remaining hair into another ponytail

Step 3: Tease the top ponytail to increase its volume

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2. Bottom loop

Start making a ponytail, then stop about two-thirds in to get a little loop at the end.

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3. Deep side parting

Making a parting on one side will add an instant lift to your hair and moreover, it will only take seconds. For extra fluff, add some volumizing spray.

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4. Twist and pin

Step 1: Separate a one-inch strand of hair away from your face.

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Step 2: Use a bobby pin to diagonally secure the hair, then use another pin to make a crisscross.

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5. Scarf headband

If you are wearing a bun, ponytail, or simply have your hair loose, adding a scarf is a quick, cute and classy addition.

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6. Sliding braid

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7. The headband tuck

Step 1: Tease the entire back crown of your hair.

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Step 2: Put your hair into a ponytail, then tie a headband using a string or a ribbon at the nape of your neck and over the ponytail.

Step 3: Pull the ponytail out.

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8. Cool twist

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Create a small triangle of hair from your forehead to your crown. Twist it, then pin it back with bobby pins.

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