Thursday, April 19, 2012

my summer hair-do tutorial

I thought of doing a summer hair-do tutorial today, It's pretty basic and super simple, I'm sure most are well aware of braiding hair. I was wearing this hair-do last time and most of my friends thought it was pretty and elegant. I just wanted to give it a try. Hope it makes your summer sweet and elegant wearing this hair do. ^_^

First part your front hair section like you can clearly see the picture.

Now start braiding them, braid them like taking small sections from each like in picture.

After you reach near you cheek, tie it temporary with a rubber band.

Next take another section of you hair right above your just braided hair.

Braid them as well, just follow the same trend as before.

so when you reach near your ear, release the other hair braid you had tied and bring them together.

Braid them together, try to make it look as smooth as possible. :)

Once you get them braid together than go braiding all the way behind you back, keep it as how far you'd like your braid to go.

Next after the braid is fully done, tie them up.

Now for the next side of your head, collect a section of hair right above your ear.

The trick is twist it so that it can give you the sharp and nice roll.

so when you are done with that. Take another section of hair underneath that first section.

Twist that as well and bring it over the first section.

and join them, and again collect another section under those two and twist and over. twist and over! twist and over.. goes on.

finally you get this result.

remove your hair tie you had it in your first braid.

join the two ends of both the different braid and secure them with a rubber band.

Almost done, so its summer, I'm using this pink flowery hair clip to make it even look better.

so there you go..sweet and elegant. Perfect for summer! and yes! if you don't like to keep it at the side..have them roll up and clip them behind.

Final look!
Hope you enjoyed.

My first tutorial... hope it helped.!!

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