One thing about motherhood that surprises me is that it hasn’t changed the base of who I am. I still love good music and the hair, makeup, and fashion it inspires. Motherhood has evolved. Perhaps it’s just living in a city but it seems as though we are less confined to stereotypes and individuality is celebrated. So, next time you hit a show with you’re your besties, go ahead and sport one of these awesome rock n’ roll hairstyles!
23 Hairstyles for Moms Who Rock 1 of 24
Party Chic Half Updo Tutorial 2 of 24
A bump, braided sides, high pony… this tutorial has all the essential elements for hair that rocks.
Watch the video at eBeauty Blog.
Nicole Scherzinger X Factor Ponytail 3 of 24
Fun and edgy, this ponytail definitely rocks.
Get the how-to on Just Bebexo.
The Faux Side Shave Braid 4 of 24
Adding a tight side braid is a great way to fake the look of a shaved undercut.
Check it out at Kouture Kiss.
Punky Ponytail 5 of 24
A high French braid and smooth sides make this ponytail decidedly punk rock.
Find the tutorial at Bobby Glam.
Fierce Frohawk 6 of 24
This is the hairstyle that inspired this whole post. I love it beyond words.
Get the tutorial on Curly Nikki.
Messy Bun 7 of 24
A girl who wears this simple, messy hairstyle embodies a confidence and spirit that is all rock n' roll.
Learn more at Keiko Lynn.
Styled Side Braid 8 of 24
I think this pretty side braid embellished with a headband would look amazing at any outdoor summer festival or concert.
Found on A Beautiful Mess.
Rocking Pony With Temporary Haircolor Panel 9 of 24
In this post I show you how to create a fun colored panel in your fringe area and tie your hair back into a rocking style.
Check it out on Parlor.
Ultimate Rocker Hair 10 of 24
This is a really well done fauxhawk complete with enough height and the right amount of sass.
Get inspired at Miss Chievious.
Faux Hawk 11 of 24
A compeletly different twist on the faux hawk featuring a Gwen Stefani-ish loop in the front.
The tutorial is available on Lilith Moon's YouTube Channel.
Pixie Perfection 12 of 24
Short hair is pretty rock in general. This tutorial will give you tips on how to perfectly style a short cut.
Learn how at The Beauty Department.
Sew Your Hair 13 of 24
The extreme side part and the sewn-in barrette gives this look a decidedly Indie-rock feel.
Found on She Let's Her Hair Down.
Pretty Punk 14 of 24
Learn how to create bright colored highlights using hair color chalk inspired by Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2013 runway show.
The tutorial is available at JNSQ. Photo credit: JENESEQUA
Rockabilly Bun 15 of 24
Professional hair stylist, Joshua Altback, demonstrates how to create this rockabilly-inspired updo.
Watch the clip at Videojug.
Short Hair Faux Hawk 16 of 24
No need to feel left out if you've got short hair when you can rock this edgy style.
Get the how-to on The Crafty Woman.
Julianna Hough’s Edgy Fauxhawk 17 of 24
This super cool updo is rock n' roll while still being quite elegant.
Follow the tutorial at Hair by Jewels.
Messy Textured Bun 18 of 24
This super messy bun is the perfect way to get your hair off your neck without looking too fussy.
Learn how it's done at Rock My Wedding.
Long Hair Quiff Updo 19 of 24
Creative Director at Nicky Clarke, Warren Holmes, demonstrates how to create this awesome rocking quiff.
Found on Nicky Clarke.
Gwen Stefani Hair Tutorial 20 of 24
Inspired by the quintessential rock n' roll momma, Ms. Stefani, this sleek hairstyle is edgy and chic.
Watch the video at Samii Ryan.
Hot Metal Chick Hair Tutorial 21 of 24
This long sexy style created with hair extensions is all metal if that's how you roll.
Check it out on Magicgrl111's channel on Youtube.
The Perfect 1960s Flip 22 of 24
Rock n' roll in a swinging 60s kind of way, this classic hairstyle is beyond fun.
Get the how-to on XO Jane.
Messy Side Braid 23 of 24
The messy side braid is totally casual and yet so rad when done properly.
Learn how to recreate the look on A Beautiful Mess.
Red Carpet Quiff 24 of 24
A little height with smooth sides makes this half up hairstyle crazy cool.
The tutorial is available on Bobby Glam.