classic hairstyles for girls
If you’ve been looking for new emo hairstyles, here’s a useful suggestion. Use this simple alternative if you want to try out something other than straightened hair every day. Make two braids and leave out some choppy chunks of hair along the sides to frame your face. This style works great for thin hair and can be done in under three minutes.
#2: Pretty Light Pink Waves
The soft ombre effect looks great. Here it goes from hot pink on the roots to light pink and almost white on the ends. With shoulder length and long hair you can choose almost any color to achieve this look. You don’t need to use heat to create these loose waves. Simply tie your hair in a tight bun before going to bed and you’ll wake up with gorgeous wavy locks.
#3: Cute Pink Hair Buns
Holding the title of the cutest emo style out there, this simple hairdo only requires a straightener and a few bobby pins. If you have layered hair, leave some chunks out and divide the rest of the hair in two equal parts. Pin the two buns tightly with hair grips and then mess them a bit with your fingers. Touch up the fringe, sweeping it to one side to frame your face.
#4: Short Piecey Emo Hair
It’s nearly impossible to think of a prettier color than this bright orchid hue. While emo bangs tend to be thick and full, they can also be cute and piecey like these ones. It all depends on the cut: a shorter fringe works great for bob length shaggy hair.
#5: Pigtail Buns and Braids
Emo hairstyles for girls need an unexpected color and a unique twist. The loud brightness of this yellow shade gives it an acidic, futuristic look. Push yourself to experiment with new hairstyles that can be easy yet very creative. Try buns, braids and waves. The messy modern vibe of this style is super cute.
#6: Grown Out Gray Emo Hair
One cool way to go emo is to try the grown out root trend with a punky color. A smoky gray is a gorgeous alternative to blonde that makes your new ombre style a whole lot edgier. Paired with a dark lipstick and smoky eye, this hair color is pure magic.
#7: Lush and Bright Emo Hairstyle
If you’re into full saturated colors and do not want to try the pastel trend, don’t worry. Vibrant hues have gotten a lot more interesting lately. These colors are so bright – it’s as if they’ve been hit with a UV light or black light!
#8: Pink Pixie
For emo hair that is easy to pull off in real life, try adding a couple of punk elements to the classic pixie shape. First off, opt for a fun color like pale pink, purple or blue. Then make sure your side part is even deeper than usual, giving you tons of volume on top and in your bangs.
#9: Messy Emo Hairstyle
This fun hairstyle features lots of angled layers, those on the sides are very long and thin. Dress a statement cut in an unusual hair color. For a different take on smoky hair, try adding in shades of purple and periwinkle.
#10: Long Fuchsia Emo Hair
The staple emo girl hairstyle requires long layered bangs and straight locks. This style offers an interesting take on the classic look – it’s achieved by treating the bottom layers and the top section as two different parts. The top is scrunched and messy, and the bottom is perfectly straightened.
#11: Rainbow Ombre
Emo hairstyles that have a magical, fantasy vibe are among our favorites. This mermaid-inspired version features a pink to acid green ombre that transitions through five distinct colors. To evolve the fantasy factor even further, try otherworldly pigtail buns. Colorful hair styles create pretty swirls.