Half-up bun: This is a minimum effort hairstyle which will make you look chic. The half-up bun is the best way to style your hair while WFH as it looks trendy and the hair will not fall on your face while working. It will make you look presentable and very easy to do. Don’t create a bun larger than your closed fist and also not advisable to do it on the day you curl hair but would be best on day 2/3 when the curls are gone away. The bun should be positioned on the crown of your head.
Sleek top knot: It is the best hairstyle to wear with the formals or casuals both. very
easy to do and looks very professional. The best way to get the perfect Sleek Top Knot is to make a ponytail on the crown area, braid the hair and then wrap it around and secure it with a bobby pin.
Accessorize it: When you are out of ideas and want to spice up your regular hairstyles, add various fun accessories such as hairbands, bows, glitter bobby pins, clips, scarves, ponytail holders etc. This is a no rule hairstyle and whether you have straight, messy or curly hair, there is something for everyone available. Be creative and have some fun and mix and match it with your outfit. This will instantly make you look glamourous.
French/ Messy braid: The rule is to take a random section and braid it in French way. you can keep the braid either ways one sided or at the back. Once secure the braid with a rubber band, try to spread it from sideways so it looks wider and dense. Braids are one of the most practical hairstyles for WFH and look great on video calls too.
Old school ponytail: What better than the evergreen ponytail. This simple hairdo looks cute and keeps the hair away from your face/ eyes. Add some volume to the simple ponytail by curling or braiding your hair before tying it so as to create the modern touch and make it look more presentable.
There are multiple options to spice up your hair during work from home so as to keep the glam quotient on whilst maintaining the simplicity of creating the look.