The weekend has almost arrived, and we thought we'd bring you 16 hairstyle ideas to try, because really who has the luxury of time to play hairdresser in during a working week? You may well already have a jam-packed diary, so we've included some super-quick and effective ideas to try. And if not, well, it gives you more time to experiment with your hair (both weekends sound alright to us).
Keep scrolling for 16 hairstyle ideas from our favourite celebrity hairstylists.
Sometimes a teeny-tiny braid is all that's needed to elevate off-duty hair and garner a ton of compliments.
The hun! If you haven't tried the half-up bun yet, this is the weekend to give it a go.
Even shorter-haired readers can experiment with updos—you just need a lot of kirby grips and strong arms. Stock up on grips with LazyFrog 200-Piece Set (£1).
We are obsessed with this thread-wrapped ponytail by Adir Abergel. Experiment with different-coloured threads and different occasions (this would look wonderful at a summer wedding).
Make a fishtail look glam rather than beachy by twisting it into a low bun at the nape of your neck and pinning in place. Et, voila!
A flutter of bow-tied ribbon makes any hairstyle look one hundred times more romantic. We're going to try the look on the right this weekend, for sure.
Have fun with the placement of your braid. This plait effortlessly tucked behind Emma Roberts's ear looks achingly cool thanks to its simplicity.
This Dutch braid looks more intricate and less ballerina than the classic French braid. If your hair is fine, flyaway or freshly washed, use Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray (£39) to get some guts and hold into your hair to make it easier to braid.
By day, we'll go with the look on the left (channelling our inner Wednesday Addams and spritzing our hair with Redken Fashion Waves Sea Salt Spray, £13). By night, we'll let our hair down into beachy waves.
So simple, so effective. Start a low ponytail and then just stop halfway through leaving the end of you pony looped in the hair elastic.
Another take on the classic ponytail, this time twist the hair as if you're starting to create a chignon and then pin in place.
This is slightly more advanced: two reverse braids into a topknot. Maybe enlist a friend to help?
We are still obsessed with this ponytail on Olivia Palermo. It's half bun, half ponytail, and we love the detail that securing the length of the pony with clear elastics creates. Get the look using Claire's 50 Pack Clear No More Snags Hair Elastics (£3).
Hair jewellery is set to be a big trend come autumn, but why wait? You can use any jewellery as a hair accessory; you just need to experiment. Think necklaces as hairbands and brooches as hair clips.
Super simple, yet super effective. We will never tire of the old hair-wrapped-around-the-hair-elastic styling trick.
Which hairstyle will you try this weekend? Give them a go, Instagram your hair and tag us: @byrdiebeauty.uk!