1. Put on the headband. Try to find one that is not too tight on your head since it will then slip up easier. Don´t worry if it slips up a bit now, you will fix that later. 2. Take all of the hair (or if you want to leave a few shorter pieces in the front do that) and roll it around the headband. Arrange it nicely and tuck down the hair some more where needed. 3. Secure with bobbypins, especially if you are a bit flat headed like me. This is for extra security so the headband will stay put.

1. Put on the headband. Try to find one that is not too tight on your head since it will then slip up easier. Don´t worry if it slips up a bit now, you will fix that later. 2. Take all of the hair (or if you want to leave a few shorter pieces in the front do that) and roll it around the headband. Arrange it nicely and tuck down the hair some more where needed. 3. Secure with bobbypins, especially if you are a bit flat headed like me. This is for extra security so the headband will stay put.

The Small Things Blog: Messy Bun with a Braided Wrap Another great simple and easy hairdo!

The Small Things Blog: Messy Bun with a Braided Wrap Another great simple and easy hairdo!

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Check out Propaganda Hair Salon for award winning hair services. http://propagandahairgroup.com/services/salon-services/1/

The Slicked (braided) Side. 1. Start out with some great texture all over. No matter if it is curled or straightened and pieced out (try to stick to a very natural look.) Also, find a very deep part- tease on the "full" side of the head. 2. Comb the "smooth" side back and start your braid. 3. Take the braid all the way to the nape of the neck and pin it securely underneath the rest of the hair and spray.

The Slicked (braided) Side. 1. Start out with some great texture all over. No matter if it is curled or straightened and pieced out (try to stick to a very natural look.) Also, find a very deep part- tease on the "full" side of the head. 2. Comb the "smooth" side back and start your braid. 3. Take the braid all the way to the nape of the neck and pin it securely underneath the rest of the hair and spray.

Iv tried two of her hair styles and surprisingly they've turned out GREAT!! #The Small Things Blog: Half Up Braids.

Iv tried two of her hair styles and surprisingly they've turned out GREAT!! #The Small Things Blog: Half Up Braids.

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