Calling all boho babes! If you go barefoot whenever possible, live for music festivals and spend your spring days in breezy dresses, you’ll love these easy bohemian hairstyles.
(P.S. For even more boho hairstyles, check out these 10 boho braids!)
Bohemian Gypsy Hairstyle (via The Freckled Fox):
This boho hairstyle is not for wallflowers! With braids, feathers and faux dreadlocks, you’re sure to get stares (the good kind).
Carousel Braid (via Twist Me Pretty):
A single braid twisted casually around long, wavy hair? So hippie-chic!
Dutch Side Mermaid Braid (via Hair Romance):
Sometimes even a free spirit needs to get her hair out of her face. This look keeps your tresses in place while still conveying a laidback feel.
Faux Fishtail Braid (via Missy Sue):
This tutorial is genius because it caters to those of us who love the boho look of a fishtail braid but can’t seem to get the hang of it. You won’t believe the trick she uses to create this look!
Mara Hoffman Runway Hair (via Barefoot Blonde):
The dishevelled braids at Mara Hoffman’s spring 2015 show are one of this season’s most coveted beauty looks. (We even name-checked them in our spring beauty trends post). Amber at Barefoot Blonde has created a totally wearable version for every day. Call it office-appropriate boho.
No-Heat Beach Waves (via Song of Style):
So maybe you’re such a free spirit that you ditched all your styling tools (a real bohemian needs to be able to fit everything she owns in a backpack for a last-minute trip through Asia when the mood strikes). But you still want to look pretty. This no-heat tutorial easily creates pretty beach waves.
The Hair Flip (via The Beauty Department):
Long, loose hair with gently flowing waves is the ultimate hippie style. A flip at the top makes your hair look longer, thicker and even more gorgeous.
Easy Boho Braid (via Lauren McBride):
This may be the easiest tutorial on the list. Once you master this style, you’ll be able to do it in five minutes flat.
Easy Headscarf Roll (via The Freckled Fox):
What a great way to incorporate a pretty headscarf into your look! Blogger Emily uses a plain white scarf, but you could just as easily use a bold-coloured or patterned one. This simple style works on any hair longer than shoulder-length.
Braided Halo (via Twist Me Pretty):
What’s more boho than creating the look of a headband using your own hair?
If bohemian style is your thing (and it’s basically everyone’s thing right now because the 1970s are SO on trend), you’ll love our Erica Top in Off-White. This boho basic looks great with everything from jean shorts to a maxi skirt.