6 Stylish and New Simple Updos for 2017

Updos you can do in minutes alone. 

We know that one of the hardest things when it comes to hair is doing your own. Especially when you’re configure your hair into an updo. But, you can’t go running to your hair stylist every time you need a chignon (or if you can, we’re jealous). So, to make your life easier, we’re sharing some of our favorite simple updos. Read on to learn how to do our top six simple updos at home.

Extra Special Super Simple Updos to Try, Like, Now

simple updos we love: the funky fauxhawk
This cool faux hawk is a lot easier than it looks! Photo credit: Verity Jane Smith

1. Funky Faux Hawk

We love how this modern faux hawk that can be worn at parties, or even to work. We love how this simple updo looks on curly hair where all you have to do is pull your hair up and hold it in place with a cool clip or some bobby pins. For any rogue hairs that don’t want to stay in place, be sure to use some of the Nexxus New York Salon Care Exxtra Hold Sculpting Gel. Finesse the top of your faux hawk with some of the gel and you are party-ready!

simple updos: the Gibson Tuck
A chic updo that’s super glam! Photo credit: Verity Jane Smith

2. Pretty Gibson Tuck

The Gibson tuck is a fancy name for this twisted, simple updo. To achieve this elegant style, follow our easy Gibson tuck tutorial. It really boils down to making a low ponytail, and splitting your hair like you would for a pull through pony. But, instead of pulling the tail through, you tuck it in! Awesome, right!?

chic simple updos
A twisted up that’s bound to turn heads. Photo credit: Verity Jane Smith

3. Twisted Half-Updo

We love how this twisted half-updo looks super detailed, but it’s actually quite easy to pull off. To master this look, check out our detailed step-by-step twisted half-updo tutorial.

princess hairstyles: simple updos
This look is evoking some major Princess vibes.

4. Princess Roll

The princess roll is a lot like the Gibson tuck. It’s simple, pretty easy and oh so chic. You can actually make this updo much easier by using a stretchy headband to guide you. With the headband, all you need to do is loop small sections of hair around the headband until you have looped all of your hair. See? Super easy. For the headband-free alternative, you’ll need to make a series of pin curls that follow your hairline. It will be a bit more time consuming, but in the end so worth it. Either way you roll it, you want to set your hairstyle with the Dove Style+Care Extra Hold Hairspray.

simple updos with a bun
A messy/braided look that’s super chic. Photo credit: Suzanne Cohen Photography

5. Braided Bun

To create this super fun and blogger chic (in the best way possible) updo you’ll need just two hair ties. Start off by creating a thick braid that follows your hairline section. To make your braid more beefy, just tug (a.k.a pancake) each section to make it take up more space. Tie the end of your braid with a hair tie so it doesn’t come undone when you do the next step. Which is pulling all of your hair into a low bun. Finish off this look by pulling out some wispy bits of hair that’ll gorgeously frame your face.

 

Need more easy peasy simple updos to try? Take a look at these updos for wavy hair