Our Most Popular Hair Tutorials of All Time

Our Most Popular Hair Tutorials of All Time

Hi, friends. Today, we’re rounding up our most popular hair tutorials of all time. We have so many in our archives that deserve some love!

I don’t know about you, but a simple messy bun like this is always a go-to for us.

We’re also sharing several haircare tips and DIY accessories in this post (although we love cute hair accessories from here too!).

Speaking of the messy bun we mentioned, it’s first on our list!

Laura’s easy messy bun tutorial is perfect for anyone who’s looking for a bun with extra texture and volume. This teasing brush really helps with volume!

If you want to wear your hair “part up and part down” and still rock the messy bun, this tousled topknot is really cute too.

Did you know you can make your own hair growth spray using only three ingredients?

A fishtail braid without confusing instructions? There’s a tutorial for that, and it’s this no-fuss faux fishtail braid.

Natural Two-strand twists are one of LaTonya’s go-to hairstyles. She also shares how to get a bigger (and better) afro here.

Rebecca’s half-up twist hairstyle is a cute way to pull the front strands of your hair back—especially if it’s hot outside.

You can create loose waves without using a curling iron like Laura did here. Less heat equals less damage to your tresses!

The easiest flower braid tutorial. It looks like it’s hard to do, but it’s not—promise! We even have a tutorial for a triple flower braid.

Emma swears by this hot air brush to cut back on drying time and help straighten her fine hair.

You can see more of Emma’s favorite hair tools here.

This triple twist ponytail has an elegant look to it, but it’s still great for every day.

It’s hard not to include Emma’s fishtail knot braid in this roundup. It reminds us of a perfect summer day!

She also loves classic milkmaid braids during the warmer months.

Let’s talk about hair accessories. You can make your own double-sided head wrap (for half the cost of something store bought) using your any kind of fabric.

You could also add fabric to your hair like Katie did with her maiden braids. So cute!

If you want an honest review of the Dyson Airwrap, curling irons, and more, check out Elsie’s favorite hair tool reviews.

Speaking of braids, you could say this heart-shaped braid gives us “all the heart eyes.”

This everyday French twist is super easy to do, and works even better on unwashed hair (sold!)

But, if you want to use a little dry shampoo, we get it. Here’s how you can make your own dry shampoo.

You know how amazing your hair looks after a shampoo at a salon? Here are a few tips to shampoo your hair like a pro.

And, if you’ve been wanting to switch to a clean haircare brand, here are some of our favorite home care products within that category.

This Dutch braid is a step up from a regular braid (and it can make your hair look thicker).

Speaking of thicker hair, we love using this hair plumping powder for thicker-looking braids (and here’s how to use it).

You can get incredible overnight curls with a headband and this easy tutorial.

Here’s a cute updo idea (a triple braid!) for a wedding or party.

Have you experienced postpartum baby bangs? Laura shared her tips for dealing with them in this post.

Here’s a cute way to style a simple Dutch braid.

If you have short hair, here’s a pigtail version of a Dutch braid.

A sleek donut bun that works on any type of hair (especially if it’s thin or fine) thanks to this hair donut.

Headbands can give your hair more volume and they can make any outfit cuter, in our opinion!

Here’s how Laura made her own no-sew braided velvet headband and padded headband.

A simple, loose braid for longer hair.

This $10 purchase can literally transform your hair and skin.

Here’s an easy updo style for any occasion. Bonus points if you add a sparkly headband.

If you’re looking for a quick way to pull your hair back in the morning, this easy braided bun will get you out the door in minutes.

Victory rolls!! We had to include this retro look.

The only tutorial for bantu knots that you’ll ever need.

We couldn’t be more excited about the scrunchie trend. It’s about time it’s back!! Here are five ways to wear a scrunchie.

You can even make your own velvet bow scrunchie or a cute oversized scrunchie.

Do you know how to do a staircase braid? This is an easy tutorial … you’ve got this!

Looking for some easy hair accessory DIYs?

Cheers to good hair days! xo. -The ABM Team

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