Heading back to work in January can be tiring, so low-effort hairstyles that look great are the way forward. Lazy hair days don't have to be boring!
1. Glamorous top knot
This style is easy to achieve and great for Lazy hair days - day or night. Secure hair in a high ponytail, then twist into a bun before securing with a hairband or pins.
2. Sophisticated style with a fake donut hair bun
A donut is one of the simplest hair pieces to use. Secure your hair in a ponytail on top of your head, then slide over the donut. Allow the hair to fall evenly over the donut then twist around at the base to make a neat bun.
3. Divide and conquer for super quick curls
Tie your hair in ponytail then divide equally into two sections. Curl each section with tongs before untying your hair andshaking loose for effortless style.
4. Accessorise with the tuck and cover
Place a fabric hairband around your head, then twist and tuck small sections of hair around it until the band is covered. Add length with clip in hair extensions.
5. Casual half-done braid
For a laidback Lazy hair days hairstyle with little effort, pull a side section of your hair into a loose chunky plait. Leave the end loose and tuck into the rest of your hair for a casual effect.
6. The messy knot ponytail
Divide your hair into two sections and tie in a loose knot for this simplest of styles.
7. Quirky braided low bun
Pull aside a large section of your hair at the crown and plait into a chunky braid. Pull the rest of your hair into a low bun, secure the braid to one side of your head and tuck the end into the bun.
8. Boho chic with a side fish plait
Gradually pull small sections of your hair into a plait and twist to the side to create this on trend style.
9. Smart quick high pony
To create a dramatic high ponytail, divide your hair into two sections, top and bottom, then tie each into a ponytail. The higher one will lie on top of the lower one to give you a stylish look. You can also use a clip in ponytail to create additional length.