Video calls have increased tenfold since the lockdown and while you can get away with wearing your comfy pyjamas during the call, your face and hair need to look presentable.
Nobody expects you to look like you’ve just stepped out of a salon, but looking dishevelled in not an option either. Managing household chores with endless conference calls is not easy and throwing your hair up in a messy bun seems ideal. But guess what, a messy bun isn’t the only hairstyle that can be done in under 5 mins. Yes, that’s right. Here are 5 easy hairstyles that are just as quick to create. Take a look…
For those of you who can’t pull off sleek buns, say hello to the half-up bun. Half-up buns work best for thick and voluminous hair as it keeps the hair off your face without causing a headache. The best part? It requires minimum efforts and looks effortlessly chic.
Most of your colleagues will be opting for a ponytail because it’s simple, looks cute and prevents the hair from turning into a sweaty mess. But instead of a limp, boring ponytail, we suggest you add some texture to it. How? It’s simple; brush your hair using a comb, spritz some TONI & GUY Hair Casual Sea Salt Texturising Spray on the hair for volume and tie your hair up in a ponytail. Easy and oh-so-stylish.
Braids are a blessing, especially in summer. It’s the most practical hairstyle to rock while working from home – keeps the hair in place while you do the dishes, perfect for an indoor workout and looks super cute on video calls too. Make sure to keep your braids a little loose and messy for a more effortless vibe.
Sleek top knot
When done right, a sleek top knot can look super stylish. Perfect for all the boss ladies out there who need a hairstyle that stays in place all day long. Before you begin creating the top knot, apply the TONI & GUY Glamour Serum Drops to prevent frizziness and smooth out flyaways.
When you are out of ideas and want to spruce up your regular hairstyle, just throw in a scarf. You can add a hair scarf to any of the above-mentioned hairstyles to take it a notch higher and look like you’ve put in a lot of efforts.