4. Goddess Braid
The Goddess Braid creates a very feminine and bright hairstyle that gives off the vibe of a tiara. It can be thought of as a thicker version of the cornrow hairstyle. The Goddess Braid gives a clean image and can be completed with the use of braid extensions.
Face Shape: Oval or Long
Hair Length: Hair length does not mat-ter due to the use of hair extensions
Expert Tip: Put moisturizer on the hair before braiding. This will prevent hair breakage and make it easier to braid.
5. Classic Bob
The bob style is the most simple and easy to maintain for teenagers.
Face shape: Round or Oval
Hair Style: Short
Expert Tip: Use styling gel to make the hair shiny, glossy and soft looking.
6. Braid out
The braid out style is most popular amongst teenagers. This hairstyle is made by braiding damp hair that is set overnight and then loosened to reveal natural curls. Adding a scarf or headband can create different looks and can be created with girls with short hair as well.
Face Type: Oval, Round
Hair Style: Short or Long
Expert Tip: Fix the curls with gel for long-lasting curls.
7. Ballerina Bun
For a clean yet enduring look, buns are sold in a variety of sizes and styles to create the perfect ballerina look. Make sure to use gel or spray to keep the buns in place. The buns can also be styled to create a mickey mouse hairstyle that is very trendy recently.
Face Shape: Oval
Hair Length: Medium to Long
Expert tip: After all the hair is in place, use a gel or lock spray to keep it in place.
8. Fishtail ponytail
The fishtail ponytail is much tidier and refined than a french braid. This style is perfect for teenagers as it can be styled in various ways.
Face Shape: Oval
Hair Style: Long Hair
Expert Tip: Placing the ponytail where you want it before dividing it into two pieces will make it easier to get the results you want. Do not forget to finish with hairspray!