Office Hairstyles That Will Help You Create Chic, Everyday Looks

Nail smart-casual and corporate-chic looks with these easy office hairstyles.

Now that we’re back in our offices after working from home in the past couple of years, morning routines will now be a bit different. You can now dress up for work and come up with chic OOTDs, and of course, this includes styling your hair. Office hairstyles are often simple. stylishly smart, and practical. After all, you wouldn’t want to spend hours doing your hair in the morning. And to help you slay in the office, we’ve rounded up different corporate hairstyles for ladies to help you plan your everyday look. Check them out below.

1. Sleek and Straight Hair

Office hairstyles: Asian woman with long, straight, black hair wearing a black dress
Look chic in the office with sleek and shiny hair. Credit: Hariono Halim

Show off your long, shiny hair at the office by blow-drying your hair straight. You can also use a straightening iron after blow-drying your hair to make your hairstyle even sleeker. Finish with a hair serum to get glossy, frizz-free locks.

Editor’s tip: Nail sleek and straight hair with the help of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Anti-Frizz Shine Serum. It has keratin and marula oil, giving your hair five benefits such as calming frizz, adding shine, making your hair soft, detangling knots, and taming flyaways. Just put a drop of this hair serum on your palm, rub your palms together, and apply the serum to your hair from the mid-lengths down to the tips to get glossy hair that looks professionally styled. 

2. Long Hair With Blunt Bangs

Office hairstyles: Asian woman with long hair with bangs wearing an orange blouse
Style your fringe by blow-drying and wrapping it around a velcro roller for a minute or two to give it a good shape. Credit:

Add oomph to your long down ‘do by complementing it with straight, full bangs. You’ll definitely turn heads once you enter the door.

Editor’s tip: Keep your hair soft and smooth by using Dove Amino Restore 1 Minute Serum Conditioner after you shampoo. This conditioner has amino-infused serum capsules that go deep into your hair to treat dryness and frizz from within. It leaves your hair nourished and silky in just one minute. 

3. Ponytail With Bobby Pins

Office Hairstyles: Asian woman with hair in a ponytail and dressed up for the office
Metallic bobby pins pop out against dark hair, creating a striking contrast. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Jazz up a simple ponytail hairstyle by adding metallic bobby pins on one side of your har. The bobby pins can also help keep tutsang under control, making your hairstyle look neat.

4. Sleek Braid With A Hair Accessory

Side view of an Asian woman with an office braid hairstyle
Look neat and feel presko with this simple braid hairstyle. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Looking for an office braid hairstyle? Try this sleek braid. First, put your hair in a low ponytail using a hair elastic. Then, braid your hair and secure the ends with another elastic. Jazz up your hairstyle by wrapping a hair rope or any accessory around your first elastic, and you’re done!

Editor’s tip: Braids and tight hairstyles can cause hair fall. If you’re fond of these hairstyles, use Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Hair Fall Defiance Ultra Conditioner regularly. It has revolutionary fiber actives that work at a cellular level to fortify your hair and prevent hair fall. 

5. Mixed and Matched Hair Clips

Asian woman wearing three different hair clips looking at the side
Who says office hairstyles can’t be fun and exciting? Credit: Natasha Estelle

To create an office hairstyle that’s a little quirky but not over the top, mix and match different hair clips. Choose ones with similar shapes or colors that go well together to create a cohesive look.

6. Slicked-Back Pixie Cut

Asian woman with a pixie cut in a slicked-back office hairstyle
You can rock this hairstyle from day to night. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Style this short office haircut for women by brushing or combing your hair backwards with a fine-tooth comb and spritzing hairspray all over your hair to keep it in place. That’s it!

Editor’s tip: Create slicked-back looks with TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist Smooth Hold Hairspray. It gives your hair a lightweight and invisible hold that lasts all day to help you nail sleek and smooth hairstyles. 

7. Ponytail With A Deep Side Part

Asian woman with hair in a chic office hairstyle wearing a light blue blazer
Look stylishly smart for your office presentations with this hairstyle. Credit: Dennie Ramon

A side part helps give balance to long and heart-shaped faces. It also ups your ponytail game, giving it a corporate-chic vibe.

8. Center-Parted Sleek Bob

Asian woman with short straight hair wearing a blazer
A simple hairstyle for short hair makes for a good office ‘do. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Make your bob office-ready by ironing it straight and making sure that frizz and flyaways are kept at bay.

Editor’s tip: Frequent use of heat-styling tools can dry out and damage your hair. Let your hair recover by using Dove Keratin Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner. It has keratin-infused serum capsules that go deep into your hair to repair damage and nourish it from within. 

9. Ponytail With Side Braid

Office hairstyles: Asian woman with curly hair in a braid and ponytail
Try this hairstyle for curly hair! Credit: Dennie Ramon

Try this hairstyle for your curly hair! To create this ‘do, part your hair on the side first. Then, braid a section of hair on the side with more hair. Add more hair to your hair as you go along as if you’re making a French braid. When your braid reaches your ears, stop adding hair as you continue braiding. Secure the tips of your braid with a bobby pin or clip. Then, put the rest of your hair in a low ponytail, remove the bobby pin to unravel the braid, and you’re done!

10. Double Bun for Short Hair

Asian woman with short hair in a half updo wearing a colorful sweater
Try this hairstyle on medium bobs and lobs. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Love half updos for short hair? Try this hairstyle. Just take a section of your hair from your temples up to your crown, tie it with an elastic, and form a bun secured with bobby pins. Get another section of hair right below the first one to create another bun and do the same. It’s easy and quick!

There you have it! With these easy office hairstyles show, you can look stylish at work without spending too much time getting ready in the morning. Have fun creating these looks, and have a great day!

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