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    • Grace Seaba

      Braided Updo. Short hair. Doing this tomorrow morning :)

    • Destiany Ledbetter

      short hair style Yay, hard to find updos for shorter hair

    • Sara Seibel

      Braid Updo For Long Hair Prom Hairstyles 10 Diy Updo Hairstyles ...

    • Stephany Avila

      Short Hair Tutorial maybe will work with long hair too Going to grow this out sooner or later...this will be a nice transition look. #hair #style #color #trend #hairstyle #haircolor #colour # long #girl #women #trendy #colorful #short #tutorial

    • Leigh Fenton

      Braided bun for shorter hair. Or...people who like simple updo hairstyles. The longer hair one seems much more complicated.

    • G r a c i e

      Short Hair Bun. Probably would work in long hair too, just a fuller bun... Love this hairstyle!

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