Are you overwhelmed with a busy schedule? If you find yourself running out the door more mornings than you can count, you need quick and easy hairstyles that will help you get where you need to go on time! Jaw clip hairstyles are one of the quickest ways to look good without much time. Yes, they’re back in style! Here are 20 jaw clip hairstyles for all hair lengths.
5 Jaw Clip Hairstyles for Short Hair
How To: Clipped Up Messy Bun | Brianna Fox
This messy bun jaw clip hairstyle is perfect for those of you with short hair. It’s super simple and all you need are small jaw clips and bobby pins to get her look!
Office Appropriate Jaw Clip Hairstyle
If you’re heading to the office and want to look put together but don’t have much time, a pulled back jaw clip hairstyle will ensure you look professional. You’ll need a long jaw clip to help you achieve this look! Part your dry hair the way you like (to the centre or on the side) and grab your hair together at the back. Use the jaw clip to keep your hair in place, and you have a stunning office appropriate look. Pull a few strands out on the sides and curl them away from your face with a curling wand to add a bit more glam!
Half Up Mohawk Hairstyle
For a more relaxed, easy-going look, a half up mohawk hairstyle may be exactly what you’re looking for. Separate your hair into two sections (one above your ears, the other below), and clip the top half of your hair near the crown of your head using a jaw clip. This will create volume and a mohawk effect up top for a look you’ll love!
The Double Clip
Looking for a fun and cute jaw clip hairstyle? Part your hair down the middle and brush each half backwards from the crown. Secure it using two mini jaw clips– one on each side. It’s the perfect look for a music festival or fun day out with your girlfriends!
Braided Half Updo
Just because you have short hair doesn’t mean you can’t do braided hairstyles. Leaving most of your hair down, gather small pieces on each side of your head and create two small braids going to the back of your head. Use bobby pins and a jaw clip like this one to hold the braids together at the back for a romantic, timeless look.
5 Jaw Clip Hairstyles for Medium Length Hair
A Loose Braid
A loose braid is always a great “running late” hairstyle since you don’t have to worry about making it look perfect. Gather your hair to the back and start braiding lower than you usually would. Secure the bottom with an elastic and pull up any fallen strands into the middle with a pretty jaw clip.
2 Minute Easy Summer Updo | NelleyVision
This updo is so simple – you can do it in just 2 minutes! You don’t need any hairspray or pins – just a jaw clip to hold the ‘do in place. This hairstyle is perfect for running out to do groceries or errands, or heading to class!
Messy Top Knot
Medium length hair is the perfect length to create a messy top knot with a jaw clip. Gather all your hair on top of your head and clip it up with the clip. Since it’s a messy ‘do, you don’t have to worry about having a few strands sticking out at the bottom.
Pulled Back Twist
If you want to leave your hair down but also want to add a twist, grab a small section of hair on one side and twist it away from your face toward the back of your head. Secure it with a mini jaw clip for a super cute look!
Messy Low Bun
You may be able to get a messy low bun using just an elastic, but adding a hair accessory like a floral jaw clip will take your look up a notch. Gather and twist your hair into a low messy bun, and hold it together, clipping the clip on the outer side of the bun.
10 Jaw Clip Hairstyles for Long Hair
How To: Easy Hairstyles With Claw Clips | Alex Gaboury
Learn how to create 3 seriously stunning jaw clip hairstyles with this video tutorial! From a voluminous ponytail to a twisted updo, you can wear these ‘dos from work to a night hanging out with friends! These jaw clips will work perfectly for all 3 hairstyles!
A Messy Updo
Messy updos always look cool, and they’re super simple to do with a smaller jaw clip. This quick, carefree style is perfect for long hair, and hair that’s on the thinner side. Pull some hair at the back of your head and fold it just like you would with a vertical bun. Let loose strands fall as much as they need to while keeping it as a messy updo should be.
Claw Clip Hair Inspo | Kayley Melissa
In this video, she shows you how to do 5 jaw clip hairstyles for long hair! She uses the gold Kitsch claw clip to achieve the looks, from a simple half updo, to a braided jaw clip style to a classic bun hairstyle. She also gives you tips on how to get the jaw clip to stay in your hair properly!
Half Bun Lazy Updo
When you’re feeling super lazy in the morning, a half bun updo is the way to go. To get the look, divide your hair into two halves (top and bottom) and twist the top half into a bun. Hold it together using a large jaw clip and leave the bottom half as is.
Jaw clip hairstyles can be your saving grace when you’re in a rush! Whether you have short, medium-length or long hair, these gorgeous jaw clip hairstyles will work for you!