Step-by-Step instructions on How to braid your hair - basic, fishtail, french, french over, french rope, princess ann, rope - with lots of pictures for each

Step-by-Step instructions on How to braid your hair - basic, fishtail, french, french over, french rope, princess ann, rope - with lots of pictures for each

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Looking for soft curls of waves without a lot of fuss? Using a wand is a great way to add some texture, volume and body in your hair. If you need tips for working with a curling wand can guide you to hair full of loose beachy waves in no time.

Sock Bun tutorial: This is much simpler than trying to roll the hair down with the sock ring. It works well on medium length layered hair and works on wet hair. I skip step 1 though and just pull all my hair through the sock ring, then add the hair elasti

Start curling: Place the flat iron about 3/4 of the way up the strand. Close the flat iron and twist it away from your face one time, then pull it slowly down the rest of the hair strand while it's still clamped shut. It really does work and it's fast!

Start curling: Place the flat iron about 3/4 of the way up the strand. Close the flat iron and twist it away from your face one time, then pull it slowly down the rest of the hair strand while it's still clamped shut. It really does work and it's fast!

Tight, spiral curls from root to tip or loose beach waves that stay all day with your straightener and some foil.

Tight, spiral curls from root to tip or loose beach waves that stay all day with your straightener and some foil.

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