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After I posted this look I got tons of questions for how I did the hair do. Truth is I was planning on doing something entirely different when time suddenly ran out on me and I had to just clip it up really quickly before we left. In other words, this is the easiest hair do in the world! Not only is it easy but it’s a romantic and classic style that suits everyone for all occasions. All you need is some bobby pins and a spritz of hair spray to keep it in place.
Chalk isn’t just for sidewalk art anymore. Temporarily coloring hair with the stuff is all the rage in the online hair community. What you’ll need: non-oil based pastels. water bottle plastic gloves towel straightener/curling iron Step 1: wet the hair first so the color will attach to it. ( note: if you’re blonde, do not wet your hair before chalking, unless you want a longer lasting effect. ) Step 2: apply the chalk to the strand of hair in a downward motion while twisting the hair.
If you have medium-length or long hair, I have two words that are going to change your life: sock bun . I thought this was just something that a mom in my daughter's dance class had made up to get her little girl's hair into the best bun ever, but then I started hearing more and more murmurings about it. Soon, I realized that all of those celebrities I see with the perfectly coiffed dos I thought my thin hair could never hold really have a secret weapon -- a sock. Just an ordinary, everyday sock -- and it makes all the difference in the world. Now, I've seen amazing techniques for beautiful buns before -- like this one Kate Middleton wore or this one that uses a faux hair clip -- but frankly, they overwhelm me, and I just go back to my boring ponytail. But there's no intimidation when it comes to socks, and you don't have to buy a single thing -- not even bobby pins.
Looking for a little hairspiration!? Well, look no further. Here at GirlsGuideTo, we're always looking for new ways to style our hair. The same "straightened and hair down" look gets old after a few days. We searched for some new hairdo's that can be worn at the office,to class, and on your date. Without further ado, here are 5 of the cutest picture hair tutorials that anyone can do.
Braid Brigade: 17 Trends to Try Viewing 1 of 18 From crown to milkmaid to fishtail, there’s no shortage of braided hairstyle trends to try this season.
photos/post/design: Kristin Ess Since it’s about 550 degrees here in sunny Los Angeles, I figured this would be the perfect day to show you a quick + pretty way to get your hair up and off your shoulders. Don’t let the 13 steps fool you– this tutorial is fairly simple, just wanted to make sure you saw every little step! Hope you’ve all been practicing your inside-out french braid lately. You can definitely do this with a regular french braid, but I like the volume that comes from loosening up an inside-out braid better. Here we go:
Hair has always been my "thing" but I do develop certain "shave it all off" tendencies at least once a year. So far I haven't..I do wonder how that would feel though. There are so many fantastic hair tutorials out there that even in this heat I really don't mind how long my hair is.
photos/post/design: Kristin Ess One of the worst things I can think of is blowing out your entire head of hair only to find it getting puffy + frizzy by the time you’ve put your makeup on and gotten dressed. Obviously the curling iron or flat iron can help but sometimes you just want to wear a smooth, bouncy blowout.
I don’t know about you ladies, but I’m itching for the summer. It doesn’t help that department stores are already putting out their summer wear and swimsuits. Have you ever wanted to get that beautiful “natural” beach curl look to your hair? I want to share with you a technique that works for ALL types of hair, whether it be short, long, thick, thin, frizzy, or flat… and no curling iron involved! 1.
First, a little back story: I was on Pinterest (I know, big surprise) awhile back and Ms. Ez from Creature Comforts pinned a fun messy hair-do , and mentioned she needed to learn how to do it. So I piped in that I should show her how. I have been wanting to do a hair tutorial for ages now, so this was the perfect reason to get it done. I was a hairstylist in my first life, and I am not too shy to say I was a pretty good one – I can’t say that about everything, so I will take it where I can ;). So here it is, my first hair tutorial, wahoo!
Comb your hair carefully to eliminate any tangles or knots. Take some hair from the top of your head. 3. Tie off this hair with a hair elastic.
Sometimes I'm just not in the mood to spend a lot of time on my hair. But at the same time, I don't want to look like a homeless hairdresser when I go to work, so I try to make my ponytails as fancy as possible. Here are ten easy ways I like to dress up my ponytail: 1. Wrap it with a strand of hair -Put your hair in a ponytail like you normally would.
Hairstyle trends are (still) rooted firmly in braids, especially for summer. But when your go-to braided headband and fishtail braid start to feel stale, here’s a new take on the French Braid classic: The Waterfall Braid. How To Do A Waterfall Braid Strengthen, protect and repair hair prior to braiding by applying Joico Color Therapy Restorative Oil on wet hair. Dry hair as usual. Separate a section behind your left ear and start by dividing hair into an ordinary 3-strand braid.
photos: http://www.angelaandithyle.com post designed by kristin ess Today we’re introducing you to one of the easiest hair tutorials ever– the braided bun! It can be done on almost any texture or length of hair, using regular or fishtail braids! Luckily, we have our very own gorgeous/genius photographer, Angela Kohler , (in front of the lens for once) to show us how this is done… Before you start, know that this hair style is just 5 simple braids, made into a bun shape.