Half-up styles for every hair length

The Ideal Chignon for Short Hair:

Half Chignon
It is true that this medium hair hairstyle requires a bit of length. The hair should reach your chin. This makes the half loaf ideal for those with Bob, a very popular starting point. Styling this bun is very simple: gather the top of the hair into a bun and secure it with a hair band to loosen the bottom layer. Tip: To make the ends of the hair look neat, apply a few drops of hair oil to the palms and then gently rub the ends of the hair.


Medium and Long Hair Bun – Half Crown Braid
With a little practice, this half hairstyle is easy to do. Here’s how it works: First, create a centerpiece. Starting from the right or left side, take a section of hair that is about 1.52 inches wide and divide it into three equal parts. Starting at ear level, weave a simple straight braid. Lay the braid horizontally around the back of your head and secure it in place with bobby pins. Now repeat the process from the other side of the head and pin the second braid next to the first braid at the back of the head. Finish with hairspray. Bonus: This semi-curly hair is suitable for straight and curly hair.

Medium Curly Long Hair:
Medium Curled Fishtail Braid The Medium Curled Fishtail Braid is an eye-catching curly option for long hair. To create the mid-head version of this classic herringbone braid, first gather the top of your hair together. This part should be braided, while the rest of the hair should be kept loose. Divide the collected hair into equal halves. Take a thin wire from the outside of one of the two halves and cross it to connect the other half. Repeat this process alternately on each side until weaving is complete. Tip: Finally loosen a few individual strands, this will create a classy unfinished finish. It is best to wear this style on hairless hair.