Hi, friends. Today, we are rounding up over 30 easy hair tutorials for any occasion. We have so many hairstyles in our archives that deserve some love!
We don’t know about you, but a simple messy bun like this is always a go-to for us. We’re all about easy hair tutorials.
We’re also sharing several haircare tips and hair accessory DIYS (although we love all the accessories from here, too.)
Related: Check out our hair and makeup archives for more ideas!
This easy hair tutorial guide includes styles like:
- Buns and topknots
- Tutorials for natural hair
- Wedding hairstyles
Speaking of the messy bun we mentioned, it’s first on our list!
Laura’s easy messy bun tutorial is perfect for anyone who’s looking for a bun with extra texture and volume. This teasing brush really helps with volume!
If you want to wear your hair “part up and part down” and still rock the messy bun, this tousled topknot is really cute too.
Did you know you can make your own hair growth spray using only three natural ingredients?
A fishtail braid without confusing instructions? We have a tutorial for that, and it’s this easy no-fuss faux fishtail braid.
For natural hair, two-strand twists are one of LaTonya’s go-to hairstyles. She also shares how to get a bigger (and better) afro here.
Rebecca’s half-up twist hairstyle is a cute way to pull the front strands of your hair back—especially when it’s hot outside.
You can create loose waves (without using a curling iron) like Laura did here. Less heat equals less damage to your hair, which is always a plus!
The easiest flower braid tutorial. It looks like it’s hard to do, but it’s not—we promise! We even have a tutorial for a triple flower braid if you’re feeling extra fancy.
Emma swears by this hot air brush to cut back on drying time and help straighten her fine hair. You can see more of her favorite hair tools in this post.
This triple twist ponytail has an elegant look to it, but it’s still perfect for an everyday look.
It’s hard not to include Emma’s fishtail knot braid in this roundup. It reminds us of a perfect summer day!
She also loves classic milkmaid braids during the warmer months.
Let’s talk about hair accessories! You can easily make your own double-sided head wrap (for half the cost of something store-bought) with a cute fabric design.
You could also braid fabric into your hair like Katie did with her maiden braids. So cute!
Looking for honest reviews? Elsie talks about her Dyson Airwrap, curling irons, and other hair tools in this post.
You could say this heart-shaped braid gives us “all the heart eyes.” It’s so unique and fun.
This everyday French twist is super easy to do, and works even better on unwashed hair.
But, if you want to use a little dry shampoo, we get it. Here’s how to make your own dry shampoo.
This Dutch braid is a step up from a regular braid, and it can make your hair look thicker. Perfect if you have fine hair!
You know how amazing your hair looks after a shampoo at a salon? Here are a few tips to shampoo your hair like a pro.
And, if you’ve been wanting to switch to a clean haircare brand, here are some of our favorite hair care products and tools within that category.
If your braids are looking thin, it’s easy to plump them up using plumping powder and this easy tutorial.
No-fuss curls are easier to achieve than you think. You can get incredible overnight no-heat curls with a a headband and bobby pins when your hair is wet.
Here’s an easy updo idea (a triple braid!) for a wedding, New Years, or a special occasion.
Have you experienced postpartum baby bangs? Laura shares her tips for dealing with them in this post.
Here’s a cute way to style a simple Dutch braid— one of our most popular hair tutorials!
If you have shorter hair, here’s a pigtail version of a Dutch braid.
A sleek donut bun that works on any type of hair (especially if it’s thin or fine) is totally doable thanks to this bun maker kit.
Looking for a simple way to add volume to your hair? Headbands can give your hair more volume (and they can make any outfit cuter. Here’s how Laura made her own no-sew braided headband and padded headband.
Here’s a simple, loose braid idea for longer hair.
This $10 purchase can literally transform your hair and skin. Are you intrigued?
Here are two easy updo ideas for medium or long hair. Bonus points if you add a sparkly headband.
If you’re looking for a quick way to pull your hair back in the morning, this easy braided bun will get you out the door in five minutes.
Easy victory rolls! We had to include this retro look to the list.
The only tutorial for bantu knots that you’ll ever need. It’s easy and for all hair types.
We couldn’t be more excited about the scrunchie trend. It’s about time it’s back! Here are 5 ways to wear a scrunchie.
Speaking of scrunchies, you could even make your own velvet bow scrunchie or an oversized scrunchie.
Do you know how to do a staircase braid? This is an easy tutorial … you’ve got this!
These are all so cute, , but would love to see some cute styles for shorter lengths too!
Great tutorial, JACKI!!! Love all the styles. Really elegant, wearable, and easy!!! Thanks for sharing such lovely styles to try for any occasion!!
Very lovely hairstyles, I will try the triple twist ponytail this weekend!
I love color of hair!!
I love the victory rolls! I’m so glad you included the messy bun – the inventor of the messy bun is an absolute genius! xxx
All these hairstyles are so cool! Especially those braids! Thanks for sharing, hope you’re having a lovely day.
I really appreciate that these aren’t all white women. Keep up the good work.
I swear you guys have the cutest hair tutorials! I love all the variations of plaits. So cute! ❤️✨
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It’s not on this list, but Laura’s Mermaid Waves tutorial seriously changed my life!
Love the victory rolls! Maybe I’ll attempt the triple twist ponytail today.
I have long hair i love plaits but i can’t do them on my own hair i can do for for other people but just not mine i would love some help please