Week 2: I found splitting my hair with a pencil or pen made grabbing the ponytail easier. I have layers so the first few tries didn't work out quite like this but they looked pretty good for fails! If you have layers and had the same problems i did try pulling the ponytail halfway through. You'll get a lovely ponytail in the back and it will stay off your neck. Make sure you pin it in place.
DIY hairstyles for girls
"Chalking" your hair! Not like dying, comes out after a few washes. If blonde, do NOT wet hair before applying unless you want it to stay for a few days. If you have darker hair, DO wet so the color shows up. Red heads first try with dry hair, if it doesn't show up, wet it a little. You should shampoo and condition afterwords.
Temporary hair color
Great bun. Take two invisible elastic bands and separate the hair into two ponytails, one above the other, in the back of your head. Once the ponytails are secured, take sections of each ponytail and, starting at the ends, roll them toward the head, pinning them in place with bobby pins. Roll the top ponytail first, then the bottom, leaving pieces closest to the middle for last.
Cute curly updo hairstyle for medium long layered hair tutorial for prom wedding Easy
Waterfall Braid with photo and great instructions. This braid looks difficult but becomes quick once technique is mastered after a few attempts. Keep working on it tell you master this braid as the results really have the "wow" factor, especially when accessorized. Any length hair from shoulder down can wear this style.