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This is a hairstyle that I loved this week because it worked great for the super hot weather. It kept my hair off my face and my neck and out of the way! It also looks super cute and intricate which makes people ask you how you managed to do it!
1. Section your hair into a triangle with the smallest point starting at the bottom right "corner" of the back of your head, and make the triangle get bigger and bigger as you go toward the top of your head. Stop when you get to just past the temple on the opposite side.
2. Put all of the rest of your hair into a ponytail out of the way.
3. Begin french braiding your hair starting in the bottom corner and braiding upwards. This is easiest if you flip your whole head upside down and braid down toward the floor.
(But make sure you only add hair to the bottom section!!)
4. Once you reach the end of the sectioned off hair, continue braiding normally until you reach the ends of your hair. Secure the braid with a small hair binder.
5. Let loose your ponytail you made earlier and do the same triangle section thing you did before, only make sure it is smaller, and pretend like the first braid you made is the bottom of your head. Keep in mind, this section will be shorter, so you'll start the regular braid earlier.
6. Secure the second braid with a small hair binder. Let loose the rest of your hair that you have left and make a super smooth ponytail at the top of your head.
7. Twist and pin in place to create a topknot with the ponytail.
8. Take the second braid you made and wrap it around the base of the bun and pin in place.
9. Repeat with the other braid.
This hairstyle is one that takes only a couple of seconds to do, and it makes your hair look a little fancy, and keeps your hair out of your face, and is great if you are trying to grow your bangs out.
1. Create a deep side part.
2. Section off your hair from the crown of your head down in straight line.
3. French braid your hair starting at the part, going down to about the level of your ear.
4. Secure with bobby pins by criss-crossing them.
(I used about 5 to hold my hair because it has no texture and is relatively thin.)
This hairstyle is one that has been circulating through the media recently. It is a super simple hairstyle that only takes a couple of minutes to do and looks very Swedish/Norwegian.
1. Separate your hair into two sections by creating a middle part and separating all of your hair into two pigtails.
2. Braid both of the sections into pigtail braids right behind your ears.
3. Secure with small hair binders.
4. Pull up both of the braids to the top of your head and tuck the ends under the braids coming from the other direction.
5. Pin in place.
This is a great hairstyle that doesn't take very long, and looks super fancy, but also a little effortless if you give it more of a slightly messy look, like I did for the pictures.
1. Take a section about an inch to 1 1/2 inches large from your part at the front of your head.
2. Twist the front section over the back one (away from your face)
3.Take the new front section and add hair from the front of your head to it.
4. Twist that section over the new back section.
5. Repeat until you get to the opposite side of your head.
6. Make a rope braid when you run out of hair to add in and secure with a small hair binder.
7. Twist the rope braid up to just under your ear and pin in place to create a bun.
This is a hairstyle that is similar to the Katniss braid, but is more of a fancy version because you tuck the end of the braid into the braid on the back of your head.
1. French braid your hair starting at the beginning of the back of your head on the left side. Make sure it is loose.
2. Braid until you get to the bottom right side of your head.
3. Braid regularly until you reach the ends of your hair and secure with a small hair binder.
4. Tuck the braid in the opening under your french braid.
This is the hairstyle I did today! It is one that is a variation of a braided hairstyle I saw a while ago, but it is not exactly the same. I gave it my own twist. Literally :)
1. Section off the hair starting at about the middle of the top of your head to the crown of your head.
2. Make a french braid starting at your part. (Make sure the braid is pulled down and a little away from your face while you braid. Also only add hair from the side of your head, not the back.)
3. Braid until you run out of hair to add into the braid. Braid a couple of extra inches on each side just so that you can continue to braid where you stopped adding hair.
4. Let loose your hair in the section you put aside in the beginning and separate it into two even sections.
5. Cross the right section over the left section and make sure they are smooth.
6. Add the right section into the braid on the left to make a four strand braid. Braid until you reach the ends of your hair. Secure with a small hair binder.
7. Repeat with the left section by adding it to the right braid. Secure with a small hair binder.
8. Twist the two braids together and secure with a small hair binder.
You have to accept whatever comes along and the only important thing is that you meet it with the best that you have to give.