These easy hairstyles for tweens will earn serious style points while maintaining parental approval.
Are you looking for easy hairstyles for tweens who worship Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens and Hilary Duff? It is possible to find trendy and funky hairstyles your tween will love-and you won't hate them, either.
Hilary Duff is the perfect example of a long layered hairstyle. She parts her long straight hair in the middle. Ask your stylist to cut long layers in. You can let the style hair dry for some natural texture. Or, use a round brush to call attention to the layers, adding a hint of curl and volume.
Natural & Wavy
For another long hair style, think Lindsay Lohan or Mischa Barton. In both cases, hair flows naturally with waves. If you have naturally wavy hair, perfect. If not, put a little wave enhancing cream in your hair when wet at night and sleep with it twisted into a bun.
Blake Lively is the picture of loose curls. Her long hair has lots of volume and loose curls that look effortless. While your hair is wet put large foam rollers in your hair, sleep in them and by morning you'll have the look.
Go for a look like the one Katie Holmes sports by getting a bob cut. It's a wash-and-go style that requires little fuss.
Are you looking for the easiest style around? Pull your hair back into a ponytail. Wear it high, low or to the side to add variety. Add ribbons, bows or flowers to make it fun.
For outgoing tweens who aren't afraid to go for funky hairstyles, try a super short pixie cut like Rihanna or Posh Spice Victoria Beckham. When hair is barely there, it barely even needs to be brushed before heading off to school.
Heading directly from the office to a night on the town? These day-to-night hairstyle tricks will keep you looking great from sunrise to sunset.
Who can wear a pixie haircut? Learn if you have what it takes-outside and in-to wear a true pixie style.