While we can count on a top knot to get us through summer days, there is always room for expansion in our hairstyle repertoire. After all, the only thing worse than the heat is the icky feeling you get when your hair is stuck to your nape, making it sweaty. Bring out your hot tools isnt ideal in the summer so we rounded up 10 easy hairstyles that you can nail in less than five minutes. All you need are some cute accessories and youre set.From cool-looking buns to an elevated twist to a classic pony, keep reading for some one summers coolest dos.Rope braidsOne of the coolest look braid styles out there, rope braids are perfect for beginners. Start by sectioning your hair in a deep side part. Divide the rest of your hair in two sections and twist them in the same directions. Cross the sections over each other in the opposite direction from your twist and youre done!Bundled up bunSweep your hair into a sleek ponytail a little higher on your head and double up the hair tie so you have a loop in place. This hairstyle is ideal especially if you want to show off a pair of statement earrings.All braided upThe summer heat makes it nearly impossible to reach for hot tools. But, that isnt the worst thing! Take the time to embrace your natural hair texture. No matter what your hair type, this twisted bun will take the cake over any other low maintenance do. To amp up the look, strategically place some barrettes and youre done.Twice the braids, twice the funFrench braids can look a little childish when theyre done very neatly but a messy finish can make them look super cool. When it comes to owning the look, make sure you practice the braids to get them right! For instant UV protection, pair these with a bucket hat!Bubble plaitGo for a look that is way more complicated-looking than it is to execute. Simply tie your hair in two sections and then instead of braiding it, snap on thin elastics in small sections. To soften up the look, pull out a few face-framing strands of hair.Worried about your hair looking sweaty? Here are some tips on how to revive greasy hair in the summer. Whilst travelling, tie up your hair. When you reach your destination, unravel it only after you have patted your forehead, nape and neck dry. If your hair is falling flat at the roots, simply use a diy dry shampoo. Mix some arrowroot and cornstarch and apply this powder to your mane. Let it sit for a minute and then massage it into your scalp. Comb it out. This will help distribute the natural oils along the mid-lengths of your mane.