Find out about Braids: Our Top 7 Picks. By kenziepoo | It’s so hard to believe that fall will be upon us soon.
If you are like me you will be in desperate need of what’s in for hair this fall. I have news for you braids will be so in. We have picked out a few of our favorite braids for fall. Keep reading after the jump to view our favorite Braids! Nggallery id=’121177′ Milkmaid Braid You can't go wrong with a Dutch Milkmaid Braid Tucked Braid Try this pretty tucked braid for an evening out.
French Braid-Cascading hair One of my favorites is the Partial French Braid w/ Cascading Hair. Double Knot Fast and easy: Try the Double Knot...tie a single knot in much the same way you would tie any knot, placing one section of parted hair over the other, then looping that section though the created hole, pulling the two parts tightly Side Braid. All things. Lunch: halumi salad with filled chicken ❤️#lunchtime #yum #delicious Quiet moment to think.
#icedlatte #coffeemenow #earlymornings #sotired #cafelove #fetemagazine Early morning design sesh…#fartooearly #bedyet #coffeemenow (at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport (SYD)) Early mornings. #offigo #earlymornings #tired #yay #adventures (at Adelaide Airport (ADL)) Lunch time: tomato, fetta and basil. Warm chicken salad. Chicken and pumpkin risotto with lemon and thyme. The best new recipes from The Kitchn. D.I.Y. Curls: How To Rag Roll Your Hair. I love the look of naturally curly hair!
My sweet friend, Katie, told me about rag rolling. It's a quick and simple way to get natural looking curls without using a curling iron! I asked her to share her method here on A Beautiful Mess because I knew you'd be itching to learn like I was! Enjoy... You'll need some cut fabric strips, a comb and some water. How to rag roll your hair- First, dampen the bottom of your hair (the part you plan to roll) using a spray bottle. Have fun styling! How To Style Maiden Braids. Last month I did a makeover story with Kelsie and had many requests for a maiden braid tutorial.
Yesterday she came in and we photographed these simple step by steps. Kelsie has extremely long and thick hair, but anyone with shoulder length or longer can do these braids (see my photo below for an example). Steps 1-2: Braid two strands on each side of a center part. Steps 3-5: Wrap braids around the crown of your head and pin in place with one pin each. Step 6: Arrange braids so that they cover the front of your head like a headband. Steps 7-8: Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail and pin it into a cute messy bun. Step 9: Add final pins and spray. How to Wear a Scarf - Handmade Wedding. Posted December 9, 2011 | 9 Comments We featured a Real Wedding where the bride wore a light pink silk scarf with her wedding gown, and we remember it like the post was yesterday.
The bride, Debbie, wanted a simple, sweet, and elegant wedding day look, so her light pink scarf was the perfect thing to tie into her personal style. If you’re looking for an accessory to tie into your bridal ensemble, perhaps a silk scarf is just what you need for a fun pop of color! And, if you’re not sure where to begin, you’ve come to the right place. I love scarves and wear them as often as possible. Head Scarf Tutorial. After many requests, I finally made a tutorial on how to tie a simple head scarf.
It's really, really easy. I did this without looking in the mirror, so that should tell you how easy it is. Let's get started! Start with a large, square scarf. I like my vintage silk scarves because they're soft and not bulky. Fold one corner to the other to form a triangle. Fold the corner down to about the middle, and then fold over again (but not all the way to the edge, because you want it to be a little thicker). Put the scarf around your head with the ends in the front, making sure the wrong side of the scarf (the part where you can see the folds) is against your head. Tie it in a loose knot at the front. Tuck the ends behind/underneath the scarf. Done!