Style It Like a Pro: How to Style Long Hair in 3 Ways

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Asian women styling their long hair

Long hair lets you create various hairstyles. Depending on your mood, you can choose to tie it into a simple ponytail or put it in an intricate updo. There are many looks that you can experiment with that sometimes, you find it hard to choose the best hairstyle for you.

Don’t worry, though. In this hairstyle tutorial video, we’ve compiled three easy hairstyles that will make your hair look styled by a pro! Check it out and get ready for some hairstyling action.

Stacked Buns for Long Hair


Create the first bun

Take a small section of hair near your crown. Twist it and wrap it around its base to form a bun. Tuck the ends of your hair underneath your bun, then secure the bun in place using bobby pins. 

Back shot of an Asian woman styling her long hair

Make three more buns

Depending on the length of your hair, you can add two or three more buns. Just get another small section of hair right below your first bun, twist it, and form a bun shape. Again, secure it with bobby pins. Repeat the process until you’ve created a series of buns.

Back shot of an Asian woman with long hair creating stacked buns


Finish by spritzing TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray all over your hair to make your hairstyle last. Now, you’re ready to face your day with a chic and unique updo!

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Fishtail Braid Ponytail


Tie your hair

Brush your hair and gather it on your crown. Then, put it into a high ponytail.

Asian woman brushing her long hair

Braid it

To create a fishtail braid, divide your hair first into two vertical sections. Then, get a smaller section of hair from the outermost part of the right portion. Cross this small section over to the center. Do the same to the left section. Repeat until you reach the tips.

Back shot of an Asian woman braiding her long hair

Secure the ends

Tie the tips of your fishtail braid with an elastic.

Asian woman braiding her long hair


Your fishtail braid ponytail is now done. Wear this ‘do to look put together at work or to get strands off your face during your yoga sessions or indoor workouts.


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Crown Braid


Part your hair

Divide your hair into two vertical sections. Make sure to part your hair at the center to make the sections equal. 

Back shot of an Asian woman parting her long hair

Start braiding

Create a Dutch braid on one side by dividing this section into three smaller sections, putting the right section under the middle section, then putting the left section under the new middle section. Braid upwards and add more hair as you go along.

Asian woman braiding her long hair

Continue braiding

Braid all the way to the left section of your hair. Keep braiding until you reach the tips of the left side. Then, secure the ends with an elastic.

Back shot of an Asian woman making a crown braid

Finish your crown

Gently pull the sides of your braid to make it look thicker. Then, loop the tips of your hair underneath the rest of your braid to complete its crown shape. Tuck the rest of your hair underneath your crown braid using bobby pins.

Asian woman creating a crown braid


Spritz TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray all over your crown braid to make your hairstyle last longer. The spray also helps smoothen out frizz.

Asian woman spraying hairspray all over her crown braid


Look like a Greek goddess with a chic crown braid. Whether you’re prepping for a special dinner at home or just hanging out in your garden on a lazy afternoon, this hairstyle will make you look chic.

Asian woman with crown braid hairstyle smiling

Now, whenever you want to have a professionally-styled look, you can try any of these hairstyles.