Styling

Everyday Hairstyles

2018-03-21 12:31 #0 by: Leia

What is everyone's go-to hairstyle?

I usually just have my hair down and straight, but I wish had the skill to braid it.

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2018-03-22 06:12 #1 by: Maddie

I usually have my hair in a braid at work, that way I get it out of the way without getting a headache. Most often I have my braid from sleeping so I dont even have to style it in the morning. QuietOn my free time, when going out I most likley have it down.

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2018-03-22 08:17 #2 by: Leia

Do you have any video recommendations for learning how to braid?

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2018-03-22 08:26 #3 by: Maddie

#2 Not on top of my head. But can you braid at all or can't you just braid you hair? Maybe start learning braiding two braids so you don't have to start behind you head. Glad

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2018-03-23 17:32 #4 by: Leia

I can do others but not my own. 

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2018-03-25 16:47 #5 by: Jenny

I usually wear a lazy wrap bun, but wrap my hair twice around my hand before I go around the base. Securing it with a hair stick Glad I wear my hair like that pretty much every day. I am sadly very poor at hairstyles. I find braiding also difficult on myself! I can do a normal english braid, and that's it! Sad

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2018-04-07 09:33 #6 by: Evelina

I am quite lazy, and my hair is crazy. I usually let it air dry and then using a straightener to make the top layer of my hair wavy, with big curls. Or I just put it in a bun. Here is a picture of me that I took yesterday in the Uni bathroom haha. I actually straightened my hair!

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2018-04-07 10:21 #7 by: Leia

very pretty In love

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2018-04-09 09:33 #8 by: Maddie

#6 Looks good! Nice volume. :)

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