Waitress Hairstyles

Waitress Hairstyles

Waitresses earn tips on their appearances and personalities as often as they do on their service. As such waitresses tend to pay at least some attention to their hairstyles in order to find something that makes them look good, but which doesn’t get in the way while they’re working either. This means that most waitresses tend to wear their hair up, whether it’s long or short.

For those who want a casual look the ponytail is an ever-popular hairstyle. Braids and buns are also common, with the latter typically holding the pen a waitress takes an order with. For those with shorter hair it’s common to pin their hair back using clips or bobby pins, leaving the face clear and keeping it back out of the way so the waitress can still to her job properly.

Some waitresses prefer an alternative style, which might mean wearing their hair so short it doesn’t need any additional styling. Mohawks, short spikes, or even crew cuts and fades aren’t uncommon. As long as it looks good and keeps her hair out of the way, the sky is really the limit on what hairstyles waitresses wear.

 

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