Tutorials

braid bun

1) Start out with your hair curled in soft waves with a deep side part. Then section the side with less hair on it from the hairline to directly behind the ear and put it in a small elastic

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2) Braid the hair and secure with small elastic at the end

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        3) Hold the end of the braid and wrap into a bun

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4) Use  bobby pins to secure bun in place. *Tip- Open pin slightly and slide bobby pins in flat side touching your scalp

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5) Gently pull apart braid to create a softer look
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Hope you can use these ideas to create a cute Valentine’s day look for work, a date or girls night out! Post your pictures and tag us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook @hairshowedoit

Much Love~ Hairs How We Do It
 


wavysidebang

1)  Section off your bangs into a deep V parting

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2) Take diagonal sections starting at the hairline moving to the top of the triangle section

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3) Curl each section starting from the base of the section and wrapping the hair around the iron

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4) After all the sections are curled use a wide tooth comb to comb the hair together

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5) Spray a dry texture spray or a dry hairspray from underneath while lifting your hair up to give it texture and movement

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WAH-LAH there you have it Wavy Side Bangs with a little Vintage Flare.  Hope you love it as much as we do! These tips should give your Valentine’s Day a little bit more style.

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Post your pictures and tag us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook @hairshowedoit

Much Love~ Hairs How We Do It


Rope Braid Top Knot

Rope Braid Top Knot Finish

Rope Braid Top Knot***

1) Brush your hair thoroughly with a flat brush.  Then tilt your head upside and brush all of your hair into one hand.  Use hair band to secure ponytail; which should be directly on top of your head {an easy guide is from ear to ear}

2) Split ponytail into two section, and begin twisting each section the same way. {let’s say clockwise}

3) Then twist the two sections together going the opposite direction that you first twisted them {counter clockwise} this creates a rope like effect.

4) There you have it, a Rope Braid!  You can secure the Rope Braid with a small clear hair tie at the end.

5) Begin to wrap the Rope Braid around creating the texture Top Knot.  Take the tail of the Rope Braid and tuck it into your hair band that you use to secure your ponytail.

6) There you have it your Rope Braid Top Knot.  To personalize it you can use your fingers to spread it out more and adjust it.  You can also add bobbie pins if you need to {I usually don’t have to}

We can’t WAIT to see what you all create!  Post your pictures & tag us on Instagram @hairshowwedoit, Facebook, and Twitter. #hairshowwedoit