The Best Heat-Free Curl Tutorials – No-Heat Styles That Will Save Your Hair Here are 15 tutorials for you to style a curly hair. If you want to keep the hair from harm, you won’t miss the tutorials. The tutorials are useful for you to know how to curl your hair without heat. Also they …

DIY No Heat Curls -15 Tutorials for Curl Hair without Heat

Love the sock bun! I can never do the braid combined with it though.. Will have to keep practicing.

With head bent down, french braid hair starting at nape of neck. After at least halfway up back of head, secure braid with an elastic. Gather remaining hair & twirl around into a bun. Do a ballerina style bun (as shown), or a messy bun.

The French braid bun is a new and chic twist on two of women's favorite go to hairdos- the french braid and the bun! The Beauty Thesis

French Braid Bun

The French braid bun is a new and chic twist on two of women's favorite go to hairdos- the french braid and the bun! The Beauty Thesis I could never do this but love how it looks!

french long braid how to...x

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if I had long hair, and was talented enough to figure this out on my own head, I would totally do it(:

Wedding Hairstyles ~ Vintage 1950's inspired pin updo

This is a sleek and somewhat simple way to pull your hair into a side ponytail. Perfect for a night out! You can add a small flower, or decorative bobby pin, near the "ponytail" to make it even pre.

Really Pretty!!

Loose fishtail chignon, gorgeous, wish I could do grow my hair and do this!

Her hair... AND tattoo!

(Pretty Side French Braid low Updo Hair Tutorial) I LOVE THIS. would be pretty for Alexis's hair.

LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid.  2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is.  3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie.  4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up.

Fun & Easy Twist On A Simple Braid

Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie. Loosen the braid

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