10 Hairstyles & looks for office wear

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Bored of wearing that much predictable hairstyle to the office? You are not alone! It is the woe of every other woman working in the office. Yes, most women are often bewildered, which hairstyle to sport or which one will make them look smart in the office.
What’s more, from completing an important client assignment, attending that crucial sales call to sipping a favorite coffee, no wonder women skimp back their creativity when it comes to trying different hairstyles. But fret no more.We bring you 10 hairstyles that are easy to do and will help define your personality at the office. Have a look:

  • sleek-strands
    The sleek deep side-part looks perfect and lifts your personality. To get this look, all you have to do is comb your hair straight, apply some leave-in spray to set the hair in place. This hairstyle goes well with any types of outfits such as a shirt-pant, sari, Kurta-Churidar and skirt-top.

  • high ponytail
    This is a style that goes well from day to night and is quickly doable! To score this look, use a boar or nylon brush to comb your hair. Gather some hair below the crown of the head, smoothen the sides and brush your hair back to tie a slick ponytail.

  • Inside-Out-Ponytail
    Add a twist to your style by getting an inside out ponytail. Take one coinful of serum in your palms and rub it on the strands. Comb through with a brush to lock in the shine. Tie a pony tail and using your fingers, create a depth at the base of the ponytail. Now twist the ponytail and stuff it into the depth tightly.

  • Puffed-Ponytail
    Puffed ponytail is fast becoming the latest fashion trend. From college girls and working women to models on the runways, a majority of women are seen wearing this hairdo. To create this hairstyle, use a comb and tease some hair around the crown and bump it there. You could use pins to keep them in place and then tie a high or low ponytail to complete the look.
    This style appends a wow factor to your look. And it goes well with any outfit –a heavy Indian outfit to an elegant sari!

  • Braided-bangs-half-up
    Growing out bangs are difficult to manage, we know! But we have a trick, and we are sure you will love it. Start with a deep side part and braid the bangs. Secure them at the place where you want it to be. The options are really endless! Perfect for office, it gives you a no non-sense look! You could even tie a pony or braid the remaining strands for a versatile look.

  • french-twist
    Finger comb all your hair back and sweep out the hair (one-side of the head) slightly off-center. Secure the hair in place by inserting Bobby pins in crisscross fashion. Now gather all hair and twist it, pull up and insert Bobby pins horizontally to secure the hair. You could either let the ends fall freely or tuck them in the twist for a sleek look.

  • Pinned-up-hairstyle
    This hairstyle is easy to pull off. Take few sections of hair from both sides and fix them using the Bobby pins and you are good to go!

  • pixie-hair
    This boyish yet feminine style is becoming popular more than ever. This style suits square, heart-shaped and round faces. But a word of advice: Women with thick and wavy hair can get away with any pixie cut, but those with straight hair should avoid getting this haircut.

  • tight-bun
    Comb your hair back and tie a sleek ponytail. Spread out the hair and take few sections, roll it around the rubber band and put another rubber band to secure it in place. Team this hairdo with a corduroy pant or a skirt to look smart.

  • braided
    It doesn’t matter whether your hair is straight, curly, wavy or thick, braids can be done on any type of hair! What’s more, it is easier to do. To get the above look, take your hair to one side at the lower end of the head and separate it into three strands. Start braiding it and secure the end with a rubber band.

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Also, what is your favorite style? Do let us know in the comments below!