Long Hair, Don't Care
Long hair designs and up-dos.
Loose bun, little braids - 1) Brushed, dry hair, gather into ponytail on top of head. 2) Dig into middle of pony & separate out inner section. 3) Braid middle section into tiny braids, secure with small elastics. 4) Twirl all of hair around base of pony and secure with bigger elastic. 5) Sift small braids to the top & tuck ends under big elastic. FIN!
keiko lynn: Hair Tutorial: braided 'do
Tousled and towering, this has a great nonchalant French-film-star air. IDEAL FOR: Hair with texture—thick, curly or color-treated. IT'S OKAY IF: It turns out a little lopsided. That just adds to the sexy bedhead feel.PREP: Warning! Clean hair is too slippery to hold this style; second-day hair works, or give it grip with dry shampoo or thickening spray.
How To: the tousled and towering updo
OK, so we admit most bows scream Minnie Mouse -- but they don't have to as long as you wear them discreetly, like below the bun as shown here. To achieve the volume necessary for the big bun, you'll need an old sock. Cut off the toe end of the sock and wrap it like a tube. Put the tubed sock around the ends of your hair, then slowly wrap your hair around the sock, moving upwards toward your elastic. Continue to wrap, then pin in place. Finish by clipping the bow underneath the bun.
bow underneath big bun
Blake Lively in dotted elegance (Glamour shoot).
Andrew Collinge, Creative Director, Andrew Collinge Hairdressing, created soft and sexy finishes that evoke a modern interpretation of the silhouettes of the ’60s and ’70s. The flattering fringes and soft face frames are timeless, looking as modern today as they did decades ago.
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Brigitte Bauer in white silk gazar ruffled jacket worn over a navy-blue faille long dress by Pierre Cardin, photo by William Klein, Vogue US, March 1963 @.com