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Don’t know how to braid? Quick & easy rubber band hairstyles you should try!

by CURLS QUEEN

Braided hairstyles are beautiful and versatile, but mastering the art of braiding can be challenging for some. If you find yourself struggling with braids, don't worry! There are plenty of stylish alternatives that are just as fabulous. In this blog, we will explore quick and easy rubber band hairstyles that anyone can try, regardless of their braiding skills. From sleek ponytails to half-up half-downs, these rubber band hairstyles are perfect for adding flair to your look without the hassle of braiding. Let's dive in!

Criss-cross rubber band hairstyle

A criss-cross rubber band hairstyle is a fun and creative way to style long hair using rubber bands. Steps:

Step 1

Brush your hair: Start by brushing your hair thoroughly to remove any tangles or knots.

Step 2

Section your hair: Divide your hair into several sections, depending on the thickness and length of your hair. You can create larger or smaller sections based on your preference.

Step 3

Apply rubber bands: Begin with the first section and apply a rubber band about an inch from the ends of your hair. Then, take another section of hair from the adjacent section and cross it over the first section, securing it with a rubber band.

Step 4

Repeat the process: Continue crossing sections of hair from adjacent sections and securing them with rubber bands, creating a criss-cross pattern. Make sure to pull each section tight enough to secure it but not too tight to cause discomfort or damage.

Step 5

Complete the style

 Once you've completed the criss-cross pattern, gather the remaining hair and secure it with a final hair tie or scrunchie. You can leave the ends loose for a more relaxed look or gather them into a ponytail or bun.

The criss-cross rubber band hairstyle can be worn for various occasions, from casual outings to special events. It's a versatile and playful way to style your hair, and you can customize the look by adding hair accessories, clips, or bows.

The clip ins used in this video is CURLSQUEEN 24 Coarse Kinky Blow Out Clip-In Extensions

Mini rubber band hairstyle

The mini rubber band hairstyle would be a perfect alternative to braiding. It is much faster and easier for black beauties.

You can achieve it by following these steps:

Step 1

Prepare your hair to be tidy and smooth.

Step 2

Silkily train your natural hair. Tame the leave-out hair flat with the edge control for the next step.

Step 3

Section the hair into 16 sections (5 rows on each side, then resection the first 6 rows in the middle to create 2 smaller sections), and secure them with black rubber bands.

Step 4

Retie the separated sections in the same row from the middle to the side as the video shows.

The clip ins used in this video is CURLSQUEEN 22 Water kinky curly Clip-In Extensions

Half rubber band with versatile half wig

This super cute hairstyle can be easily created with a versatile drawstring ponytail wig from us.

You can achieve it by following these steps:

Step 1

Prepare your hair to be tidy and smooth.

Step 2

Put on the versatile drawstring ponytail half wig, leaving 3-4 inches of front hair for styling with a rubber band.

Step 3

Press the drawstring cord lock to adjust the size for security.

Step 4

Section the leave outs into 8 rows and resection the middle 4 rows into 3 small sections, and the side 4 rows into 2 small sections.

Step 5

Apply the edge control to tame hair flatter and secure the small section of the hair in each row with a rubber band from the front to the back, then repeat this until you complete.

The clip ins used in this video is CURLSQUEEN 20 Looser wave Versatile Cap Drawstring Ponytail Half Wig.

These 3 rubber band hairstyles are super easy, requiring less practice and being literally easier for beginners. Which hairstyle would you like to try first?

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