Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

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. Gotta try it!


Bridal Worshop

Tresse chignon

Literally 100"s of hair tutorials... pin now look about a year I will be so grateful I pinned this!

Messy Bun for Long Hair: Make a ponytail, make a 2 strand braid, loop so that both ponytail ties are together, then use bobby pins to separate and pin to the head all the way around. My child prefers messy buns "less messy" so starting with damp instead of dry hair seems to help.

Pretty Designsfrom Pretty Designs

16 Pretty and Chic Updos for Medium Length Hair

Pinned Up Updo for Medium Length Hair

Bellatoryfrom Bellatory

How To Curl Hair Without Heat

Heatless Pin Curls.

Ma Nouvelle Modefrom Ma Nouvelle Mode

13 Ways on how to wear your bangs

13 ways to pin back your hair

StyleCasterfrom StyleCaster

Instagram Insta-Glam: Casual Updos To Try This Summer

I love all of these hair pictures.. do you think I"ll actually be able to do any of these!?... If I pin it, maybe I will...

Hair on Allwomenstalkfrom Hair on Allwomenstalk


Hair blog you'll be sad you didn't pin. Every hair tip there ever was, categorized in one place!

Nerves Are Overrated: Celebrities Refuse to Ditch Their Skinny Jeans

Go to Bed with Wet Hair - 3 Ways to Wake Up to Gorgeous Hair- for crazy early mornings; Pin now, read later.

The Friskyfrom The Frisky

Oh My God I Love Your Hair: The Messy Chignon