Five Back-to-School Hairstyles You’ll Love

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Standing in front of the mirror and wondering how to style your hair is a surefire way to miss the bus. Start off the semester on a stylish note and try out these five adorable styles that’ll take your campus by storm.

1. Dutch Braids

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Rock your first day of the semester with two short Dutch braids; they’re super easy and will keep your hair in place all day long.

2. Messy Ponytail

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A messy ponytail offers an effortless chic look and it won’t take more than five minutes.

3. Side-Braid with Low Ponytail

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If you’d like something fancy, try this style and embrace your inner Khaleesi.

4. Waves

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For an easy option, try out the headband trick the night before and just let your hair loose in the morning for a mermaid-inspired look.

5. Classic French Braid

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Every woman has to try this classic hairstyle at least once; the French braid never goes out of style and it looks good on anyone.

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