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    The Easiest Braided Updo You'll Ever Try

    While this braided updo may look like it takes a PhD in follicular manipulation to achieve, it's actually surprisingly simple — a little tucking here, some twisting there, and then you roll it all up and you've got yourself a snazzy new style. What, you need more to go on than that? Fine. We

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    The Easiest Braided Updo You'll Ever TryTuck the remaining hair from the right side over the knot, and the hair from the left underneath. Both strands should be integrated into the initial knot. Then, use the Spin Pin to secure. Continue adding in pins until hair is held firmly in place.

    The Easiest Braided Updo You'll Ever Try The ponytails should be at the back of your head, not on the sides.

    OMG I can't wait for my hair to grow longer so I can do this amazing messy hairstyle

    divide hair into a top section, and 2 bottom sections--roll the top section, braid the 2 bottoms sections, wrap, and pin.

    simple- so many hair styles and they look easy enough to do in less than 10 minutes!

    Gorgeous Rapunzel Braid Tutorial :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxtOXoZR8Xo

    Taking a section from each side of your hairline and bring together into a twist at the back of your head. Twist the section around your finger and pin into a small bun Repeat steps 2 & 3 until all your hair is twisted and pinned into a line.

    blogger said, "My secret to creating a no fuss bun? The Spin Pin from Goody. Its only a couple of dollars at the drugstore and it makes creating a bun easy breezy. Wrap your hair into a bun and then simply twist the pins into the bun like a screw. No elastic or anything else needed – and it totally stays in place. Its my new favorite beauty accessory."

    "Whenever I do this with my hair people ask me how it's done. Well, here ya go. Super easy for long and short styles."