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Slowly & lightly grab top section leaving crown volume & level with your ears, walk in a horizontal bobbypin where your fingers are holding. Take remainder of hair & roll up the nape. Secure with 2 horizontal pins inside the roll. Bring up right side to meet the initial hair you pulled back & secure where your fingers are holding, then repeat on left.

I HAVE to pin this gorgeous photo again - in yet another board. The model is simply stunning, just beautiful. This photo captures so much- I'm transfixed in her beauty. It is mesmerizing. ~I have a straight girl crush on this gal -Mary Frances Hoover Luffman

Braid over tucked-up hair. I'm thinking if I do a braid on each side, roll up the middle section and pin the two braids over and under this could work...

How to do a twisted ponytail // love this look! I love this, but my hair is so thick that I don't know if I could pin it back like in the third step, it always falls out really fast when I try to do similar things.

Cute & easy updo. Another pinner wrote: I can barely even braid my hair, much less fix it into a cute updo, but this was so easy and turned out so cute and was perfect an outdoor summer wedding!

knotted pony - my hair is WAY too sleek. Even with product and pins, this would never hold...but it's pretty.

This tousled bob is a great example of the evolution of short hair if you're growing out a pixie cut

messy updo by Kimberley Baker

Seriously thought "maybe I'll try this with my hair" then remembered oh wait...I cut it off...