5-Minute Braided Updo

Savannah McNeill

This fuss-free hairstyle works for those times when you are in a rush but still want to look put together. It should only take you a few minutes and will work with any texture of hair. Plus, it easily takes you from your work day to a night on the town.

Separate Your Hair

Divide your hair into three sections. It's best to make sure the middle section takes up most of the back of your head so there aren't any weird parts in the final hairstyle.

Savannah McNeill

Savannah McNeill

Braid Your Hair

Braid each section in a classic three-strand braid and secure with a clear elastic.

Savannah McNeill

Roll the Braids up

Start with the middle braid and roll it into a bun. Make sure it is rolled right next to your head, and secure it with bobby pins. Once your braid is pinned, you can loosen the bun for a more relaxed look. Use as many bobby pins as you need to assure the bun won't move, and then repeat on the other two braids.

Savannah McNeill

Savannah McNeill

Secure the Buns

Pull out any short hairs around your face for a more delicate look. Pin down any stray hairs and spray the braided buns with hairspray. The shape of your buns will vary depending on your hair thickness and length.

Savannah McNeill

Whether you are going to a party or just cleaning the house all day, this hairstyle will make you look and feel great. It has a fun style and can be done almost anywhere at any time.

Savannah McNeill