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Well, I have to admit I've been sick for this days..
Here's a brand new, extra magical hair how-to by Katie of Skunkboy . 1.Start with a dramatic side part. 2. Separate a small section of hair on the side. This will be the beginning of your braid. 3.Taking that section, separate it into two smaller sections. 4. Using a fishtail braid method , begin braiding. 5.
* I originally wore this style last Summer with two slightly larger braids * . . . there's a bit of speeding up hilarity throughout braiding sections . . . just a warning * Notes: Instead of one large bun, create two or three little buns at base of your head OR swap the bun for a clean pony tail. If you leave a pony tail, you can also create a few skinny braids within it so it seems as though your braids are going all the way through. ...or just wear it long
Hair Romance is a wonderful blog dedicated to all things hair related, where Christina, a super lovely australian blogger, offers a lot of valuable hair advice. A few words from Christina : "I believe your hair is your best accessory.
This style puts a formal spin on the basic bun without compromising its simple elegance.
So I totally nerded out and saw midnight showing of the Hunger Games with some friends on Thursday. It was awwwsomme! I know some of you guys did too, admit it.
I have been so tickled lately with all the questions about how I get my hair in that retro, 1940’s style . It’s one of my “default” looks that has just evolved over the years; partially because I have a (probably unhealthy) obsession with the 40’s, but also because I really wanted an up do that was flattering to my face shape. It’s super-duper easy to do, and has loads of variations (which I cover at the end). So due to popular request, here’s my first–and possibly only–hair style tutorial!
We're all about the braiding sessions here at Sugar HQ — fishtail , four-strand , and now a lace braid. This style can be created with French (or Dutch ) plaits with one small change: you only add new pieces of hair to one section of the braid. Since we just made an impromptu "salon," I was only working with two bobby pins and no comb. It's not pulled as tightly as you'd want — for say, a night on the town — but get the same idea with these steps. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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Lemon The best known of the natural hair highlighters is lemon. Mix 1/4 cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice and 3/4 cup of water in spray bottle. Spritz lemon water onto your hair but do not saturate scalp.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum's 'do is a little intricate but it's still doable. To steal her style: Part your hair in line with the beginning of your left eyebrow, then pull your hair to one side and create two sections: one to make a smaller braid, and one for a larger braid.
The cascade braid recently exploded as the new "trend braid" of the season. The waterfall effect looks cool and complex, but it's easier to style than you think. Give this beautiful braid a try when Beautylish takes you through the how-to!