5 Hairstylists You NEED To Follow For Easy-To-Do Styles
Believe it or not, your hair has the power to make or break your look. Show up to a party in a fantastic outfit but bad hair, and you could fully ruin the look. But a great hairdo, even a something as simple as a blowout, can not only change the way you look, but even change the way you feel.
Of course you can’t head to the salon every single time you need to get out. But you can’t keep doing that same boring braid each time, either. What you need is some variety in your hair life, and we found a great way to get it to you.
Hairstylists are a great source of tips and tricks, and what you’re looking for are hairstylists who are also super active on social media.
This way, you don’t need to set foot in a salon. All you need is your device of choice and these 5 names to follow for easy to do hairstyles, all day, every day!
1. Sarah Anguis
I’m starting with her because she is hands-down my favourite hairstylist to follow. She has some gorgeous styles on Instagram and not only do they look easy, but I’ve tried a whole bunch of them, and they’re all easy to do as well!
2. Knot Me Pretty
Shalini Samuel’s bio says she’s a braid enthusiast and once you see her tutorials, you’ll believe it. She’ll change the way you do your braids, and you’ll love each and every style.
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3. Heather Chapman
Heather Chapman’s tutorials don’t come with the frills and fun you’re used to in other hair and beauty videos. They’re pretty straight-forward and hella’ effective. She comes up with the most innovative techniques and, once you’ve mastered them, you can expect to have the best hair, no matter where you go!
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Braided partings make me wannaaa 🙆 Create a corset braid by simply criss-crossing any string in between 2 corn rows as if tying a shoe lace. If the string is thick, you can easily weave it through the corn rows. For finer strings, tie each end to a bobby pin and use the pin to push the string through the braid! I've done this in the past with wider triangle cornrows into a topknot using gold string… if you scroll down you can 👀! . @salontocci Makeup- @jasminelakhesar Inspired by @esthersbraids . ♥Lashes: @hudabeauty @shophudabeauty Lashes in "Jade" ♥Eyes: #hudabeautyrosegoldpalette in "Bae and Suede" + #urbandecay the Nskef Palette 2 ♥Blush: @morphebrushes 9N Blush Palette ♥Highlight and inner corner of the eyes: @anastasiabeverlyhills #Glowkit ♥Lips: @thekatvond in "Witches" ♥Foundation: #Toofaced "Born this Way" liquid foundation in "Golden" ♥Eyeliner: @inglot_cosmetics in 77 ♥Brows: @benefitcosmetics #kabrow in number 4 ♥Contour: @lagirlcosmetics in "Ivory +Creamy beige + Beautiful bronze + @nyxcosmetics Contour Palette . Hair deets: ♥Curling Wand:@bellamihair Hot Rod 32mm Curler . ♥@designmehair Volumizing #puffme Powder Spray ♥ Elastic Metallic silver thread for the Corsette Braid @salontocci #redken5thave #redkencanada #styleyourstory #redkenobsessed #hairgame #torontoblogger
4. Ariba Pervaiz
Sometimes you’ve got to do things a bit differently, and if there’s one person to show you how it’s done, it’s Ariba. She’s weaving a metallic string through her hair in this video and TBH, does it get cooler than that?
5. Tina Lee MakeupWearables Hairstyles
You’ll be an awe of her hair every time you see her videos. But don’t panic, she shows you exactly how to get it looking just like hers, and even has styles you can try to the gym, school, work and everywhere else.