Copy these fuss-free yet chic hairstyles from celebrity mums like Fann Wong and Joanne Peh
Easy, breezy hair
A lot of us don’t know what to do with our hair on most days. We leave it long and loose or tie it up hurriedly in ponytails to get it out of the way. If you need some hair inspo, look no further than these celebrity mums.
Actress Joanne Peh keeps her look casual yet elegant in a simple low ponytail with her long bangs swept to the side.
To create it: Apply a smoothing serum to keep flyaways at bay, then gather hair lengths into a low ponytail and secure with a hair tie. Go for a deep side part with your bangs and tuck them behind one ear. Use a bobby pin to secure the ends of your long bangs behind your ear to keep it looking neat.
To create it: This look works with any medium to long hairstyle and gets plus points for its youthful vibe. Not to mention, it’s super fuss-free and hides any bad-hair days too. Just pop on any baseball cap and don some shades and you’re good to go.
The former host-DJ-model and mum-of-two keeps the hair out of her face in a nonchalant half-up top knot. This look is both effortless and cool.
To create it: This hairstyle works best on long hair that’s at least past the shoulders. Gather the top half of your hair up and make a loose loop before securing the hair tie. The style should be a bit messy but not overly so, or it risks looking dishevelled.
Ever chic actress and mummy to three-year-old Zed, Fann Wong looks stylish yet playful in a top knot paired with her straight-across-the-eyebrows bangs.
To create it: Tie hair in a tight ponytail on the crown of your head. Neaten strands with hairspray and a fine-tooth comb, then wind the ponytail around its base and secure with bobby pins. Spray some hairspray on the comb and comb through to neaten the fringe.
Taiwanese actress-model Sui Tang keeps her hairstyle informal yet chic by adding a headband scarf in a polka-dot print.
To create it: Anyone can pop on a headband or scarf to jazz up their hair, and it works on hair of any length and style. Pair it with wispy bangs like Sui Tang and keep the rest of your hair long and loose, or tie it in a low ponytail or chignon.
To create it: Comb up your hair neatly in a high ponytail and smooth with a comb and some hairspray or gel to make it look sharp and sleek. If the all-up look is too stark for you, you can also comb your fringe to one side and slick it down.