15 Cute and Easy Hairstyles Anyone With Long Hair Will Love | 22 Words

Mornings can be a hectic time. Heck, so can afternoons and evenings. If you have longer hair, it’s often tempting to just throw it back in a ponytail and call it good.

But why go that route when you can spend five quick minutes and up your game a little bit with a simple style anyone can pull off?

Exactly. Now you have no excuse.

The Side Braid Pony

Make it a braid day even when you’re wearing a ponytail by subbing your hair tie with a braid wrap.

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Via: Freckled Fox

The Knotted Ponytail

It's as simple as tying your pony into a basic knot and securing it with an elastic.

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Via: The Beauty Department

The Knot-So-Braided Bun

A ponytail, a braid, an elastic, and some bobby pins are all that you need for this one.

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Via: Hey Wanderer

Twisted Ponytail

You start with your basic ponytail but then divide it into two sections, twist one section, and wrap around the other section to create this casual twisted ponytail.

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Via: Blogspot

A Longer, Fuller Ponytail

Four quick steps pump up an average ponytail into a fuller, longer-looking version.

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Via: Makeup.com

Single Twist

Take a section of hair from the left, pull it to the right, pin it. Then take a piece from the right and cross it over to the left. Tuck the hair under the piece of hair from the left, pin it and you’re good to go.

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Via: Hairstyle How To

The Low Knot

Even if you have medium length hair, this can still be easily done.

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Via: Jada Beauty

Braided Ponytail

In just five easy steps, you can add a pretty twist on the basic ponytail style.

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Via: Hair Romance

The Tidy Hair Bow

A couple twists, a couple bobby pins, and you’re done.

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Via: Wordpress

The Cascade Braid

Begin with a skinny French braid, take a skinny section of hair from the heavy side of the part and add it into the braid, repeat with a couple more strands, and you’re done!

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Via: Missy Sue

Use What You Have

Incorporate a headscarf as the third chuck of hair to add color to your basic braid.

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Via: How Does She

French Braided Ponytail

Start with a ponytail. Save a small side of your hair for a braid that will go just around that ponytail. You’re done.

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Via: TopInspired

The Sailor’s Knot Braid

Divide hair into four sections and number them 1–4 from the left. Ready? 1 goes over 2, 3 goes over 4, 4 over 1 and repeat.

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Via: Bobby Glam

Twisted Side Pony

As the full tutorial shows, it's as easy as six quick steps to add a simple and simply elegant twist to a basic side ponytail.

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Via: A Beautiful Mess

Ponytail Braid

Start with a ponytail, and create a small braid to leave out of the bigger braid you will create. Wrap the small braid around the top elastic and secure it with a pin before braiding the rest of the ponytail. Voila!

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Via: Missy Sue

See? Simple ways to pony up...and up your ponytail game.