4 Cute and Easy Cottagecore Hairstyles for Medium to Long-Length Hair
Hi, everyone! I can’t wait to show you guys some of my favorite cottagecore hairstyles. These are four really easy and simple hairstyles that anyone with medium to long-length hair can do. All you need is some hair ties and bobby pins, and you’ll be all set! Let’s get started.
Tools and materials:
- Hair ties
- Bobby pins
Cottagecore hairstyle 1:
1. Put your hair in a low ponytail
The first one is just a staple within cottagecore style, but it can be a little tricky if you don't know this little tip. This trick is what makes it the easiest hairstyle in the whole world to do. First, put your hair back in a really low ponytail. You can keep it super loose; it doesn't have to be really tight. This is just to keep your hair out of the way.
2. Fold your bandana
Next, take your bandana. I’m using a full-size bandana, so it’s really big. Just fold it in half the long way to make it a triangle.
If it's still too long, you can fold it on the top to make it a tiny bit shorter.
This is what you should be working with after you finish tying it.
3. Tie your bandana
Place it on your head first so you know where you want it to land, and then tie a knot right behind the ponytail. This is great because it doesn’t get all that hair stuck in the knot when you do it while your hair is down.
Take your ponytail out, and you’re all set. This is the easiest way to do it, and I was so happy to find this tip online.
Cottagecore hairstyle 2:
Part your hair into two equal parts. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
Do a simple braid on both parts.
Once you finish, you can fluff them up a little bit to make them wider and bigger.
3. Pin your braids
Next, take the ends of your braids and pin them underneath the other braid so it’s not peeking out. Now, you have tiny little loops for your hair.
This looks very complicated, but it’s pretty easy to do, and I love to do this as a cute look.
Cottagecore hairstyle 3:
1. Grab the front sections
First, grab the two front sections of your hair. This should be about a few inches of hair from the front. You can grab more or less depending on how thin or thick your hair is.
2. Tie a ponytail
Pull these sections into the back and tie a small ponytail.
3. (Optional) Add decorative hair tie
You can leave it there, but I like to add a cute, decorative hair tie on top. You can also use a scarf, bandana, or even a scrunchie.
Here’s the finished look!
Cottagecore hairstyle 4:
1. Twist the front section back
Take a small section at the front of your hair, and start twisting it up really close to your hairline. As you twist, slowly add in more hair, and just twist until you reach the back of your ear.
Tie off to keep it in place as you do the other side.
2. Tie the two sections
Once you finish twisting both, tie the two sections together.
3. Flip the ponytail
In order to hide the hair tie, create a hole above the hair tie and flip the ponytail through it.
Here’s the finished look! This hairstyle is really, really cute.
Cottagecore Hair Tutorial
I hope you guys enjoyed these cottagecore hair styles and try them out for yourself. This is the perfect time to be experimenting with new looks. Let me know which one is your favorite!
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