7 cute & easy Thanksgiving hairstyles for long hair


Our Curl Bar features an extra-long 18.5cm barrel with grips to guide and hold hair in place to create perfectly gorgeous waves. As expected, having long hair means you will have so many more possibilities in terms of hairstyling. However, sometimes, the best way to go is with a relaxed and comfy look, like the loose half up ponytail above. Another cool way to wear you medium hair and get it out of the way too is by going for an updo.

A half-up bun makes the perfect Thanksgiving hairstyle for every hair texture and length. Gather the hair above your ears into a high ponytail at the crown of your head. For this hairstyle, the messier it comes, the better it looks.

If you have curly hair, you have to try this hairstyle during the Thanksgiving festivities. Finally, use your flat iron to flip your ends out and away from your head. Wrap the pony in a piece of hair and secure it with a bobby pin.

This look works well for those with layers, especially shorter layers. Tame your ringlets with a tight French braid headband that lets you frame your face, while keeping your wild curls free to roam. Of these hairstyle ideas are fairly easy to replicate and go with any style.

Looped pigtail braids have a classic feel that’s perfect for the holiday, and they’re so easy to do. If you want to dress them up even more, finish them off with a ribbon around the base of the braid. This fun updo is incredibly easy and starts with three ponytails stack on top of each other. For ladies with long, curly hair, this half lob lets you walk on the more tame side by shortening your locks into an elegant lob-length style. Letting the hair rest all on one side gives it a little Old Hollywood glamour.

Just because it is braided hair, that doesn’t mean it has to be tight and fixed in place. Instead, go for a loose braid that starts at neck level. Ultra-long hair will make this style really stand out. Depending on the difficulty of the hairstyle you pick, it might also be a good idea to look for a tutorial online. You can find numerous Thanksgiving hairstyles tutorials on YouTube or Pinterest.

If you create a braid of your choice, you’ll own Thanksgiving this year. In fact, your look will go from cozy to high-fashion in less than 2 minutes. Now pull the other braid from right to left, pushing it up against the previous braid. Rough up your hair at the hairline with your fingers and finish with a beach hair spray.

Pull-through braids are one of my favorite hair tricks around. This style gives the illusion of a voluptuous pancaked braid but doesn’t require any actual braiding skills. An extreme spiky bun adds a little Y2K flair to whatever you’re wearing to dinner.

It’s true that no fuss hairstyles vary from girl to girl. For me, no fuss means having my hair up, while other girls say that their no fuss getting lint out of hairbrush look is loose and down. Either way, you can make your style something special for the holiday by adding a pretty headband or scarf.