Navigating the realm of teenage hairstyles is an exciting adventure filled with endless possibilities. Whether you’re looking to express your individuality or stay on top of the latest trends, these three trendy teenage hairstyle tutorials are absolute game-changers.
Are you in your teens and seeking some fresh, trendy hairstyle ideas? Check out these smashing hairstyles with video tutorials that every girl wants to try, and get ready to embark on a journey of creativity and self-expression as we unveil step-by-step tutorials that will have you turning heads with your fabulous locks.
All you need is a few elastic bands, a fine teeth comb and possibly some hair gel. The key to achieving a neat hairstyle is to carefully section the hair and ensure all strands are precisely gathered together. It might take a few goes first, but once you nail this, you’ll be able to do your elastic braids like a pro. And then, beware – your girlfriends won’t leave you alone until you teach everyone.
Split your hair in the middle, take a small triangle section of hair on one side and secure it with a small elastic band. Then take a section below, pull all the hair to the middle, add the first ponytail and secure them together. Next, take the following section (it should end just behind your ear) and make another ponytail.
Repeat on the other side and make braids out of each of the ponytails. This is where you can be creative and modify your hairstyle by trying all the different elements like bubble braids or even space buns.
Small claw clips look super cute, and this hairstyle honestly is the easiest one to make. Split the front of your hair into four equal sections, slightly twist each of them and secure on the top using a small claw clip. If you haven’t got any claw clips yet and just going to buy a few, try to pick the right size according to the thickness of each strand. If you already have some clips, make sure they hold your hair securely. You might need to take smaller or bigger sections of hair to make sure the claw clips don’t slide.
Finally, make one or two rope braids to finish the look.
Here’s one of the best videos on how to create a Dutch braid that will help you master this hairstyle in no time. Well, frankly, you will still need some time and patience, but this style is well worth it. Take a section of hair on the top of your head, right at the beginning of the parting and split it into three strands. Start braiding: cross the left strand under the middle one, then cross the right strand under the new middle strand. Next, start adding hair from each side and carry on.
Watching this video while braiding will help you better understand the technique. If it still doesn’t work, try on a friend – it might be easier than on your hair.
And remember, the key to learning new tricks and more sophisticated hairstyles is in practicing and choosing the right tools, e.g. combs, elastic bands and hair clips. These tutorials are more than just style guides; they’re invitations to explore, create, and confidently showcase your personality through your hair. So, don’t miss out on these invaluable lessons in teenage hair artistry – your journey to fabulous locks begins now!
Good luck with your hair ventures!