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5 Simple Hippie Hairstyles

Written by Fiona Queens. Posted in Hairstyle

The hippie hairstyles became popular in the flower power era. Today, this style is making a comeback, exuding a sense of fun and freedom. From the Hare Rama Hare Krishna to the 60s and 70s hippies, the hair has been pretty much the same. Hippie hairstyles are perfect for the bohemian style and lazy mode of the ones who wear them. They are messy, frizzy, laid back and with a lot of ribbons and bandanas. You can recreate this classic look favored by you moms and add a modern twist to it. Here are 5 hairstyles that will never go out of style:

1. Plat Band

A plat band is inspired by the fake hair bands, only you use your natural hair to create one of the most interesting hippie hairstyles. This hairstyle is simple and hassle free, and it can make you look gorgeous either you are preparing for a party of for a lazy day in the park. All you have to do is make a side plat and lift it to cover your hair like a tiara, clipping the open end on the other side.

2. Pull Up Bun

The pull up bun is a top hairdo among the hippie hairstyles and the most laid back. Most hippies with a lazy attitude avoid complicated hairstyles and opt for simpler looks. The bun in cute and easy to form, all you need is a ribbon to use as a hair band. Put it on and knot it up at the back of your head rolling up the leftover strand and securing with a knot. Next, do a low pony tail and tuck in the ends of your hair behind the band and secure it with bobby pins.

3. Ribbon Knot

The ribbon knot is one of the most suitable hippie hairstyles for curly hair, due to the fact that it hooks up very well and you can easily secure it with bobby pins. Just roll up two sides of your hair strands, pull them back and tie a knot just the way you would with a string. Although it may seem easy, you must tie the knot tight so it doesn’t fall off and secure it with bobby pins. Tie as many knots as your hair length allows you.

4. Multi Rolled Ponytail

This great hippie hairstyle is most popular among the new-age hippies. Just pull out 6 to 8 strands of hair and roll them together to form one beautiful ponytail. The more you rotate them, the better it will look. These kinds of hairstyles also go with a bohemian clothing style and vintage handmade jewelry; the great thing is that this style can be easily achieved, and at much more reasonable prices as well, if you know where to shop. As for vintage handmade jewelry, you can either start wearing grandma’s jewelry, or you can check out any local artists and see whether they adopt this style.

5. Messy Fishtail

The fishtail is definitely making a comeback. This hairstyle is best seen on frizzy haired girls and it is the best way to avoid being judged for a bad hair day. Choose a bohemian outfit and do your fishtail on one side. After it is done, use your fingers to mess it up a little.

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