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  • Rebelle

    A New Twist | The Beauty Department So… the other day I had enough of my hair and cut it all off. Don’t freak out! I’ve done it before and because my hair is naturally wavy, I just chop bits and pieces to make it kind of layered and beachy. I love it. But then I see awesome hair tutorials like this and wish I still had long hair so I could do this! Well hopefully someone reading this will see it and get some joy out of doing this super pretty twist!

  • Amy Fissmer

    ombre hair style and a new twist on the pony tail!

  • Grace Moss

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  • erin ashley

    i am still in love with ombre hair color.... and this pony tail trick!

  • Brittany Fenui

    Ombre hair looking beautiful with this twisty ponytail hairstyle

  • Audria Bunting

    Cute ponytail for long hair styles :)

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1. Use a 1″ curling iron to curl everything under. This will make it easier to tuck pieces into the bun 2. Flip your hair over and gather everything into a ponytail on top of you head, securing it with an elastic ponytail holder. Step 3: On the last time around with the ponytail holder, only pull the ponytail through half way. 4. Take the loop you’ve created and spread it out. Just widen it and allow it to be somewhat messy. 5. Take the tail end and wrap it around the ponytail base.

Easy long hair up-do<--@Kathleen Britsch I saw this and thought of you. I don't know what the back looks like, but from the front it is gorgeous!

Lexi would look so cute with her hair like this. Come visit mum mum Lex. A Little Slice Of: Easy Twisty Bun

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I tried this last night when the kids were in bed, just to see if it's that easy and it is. I did 8 sections instead of 4 and I got a ton of volume with my short hair. Also, I did a side part because I don't like a middle part on me. I did not realize the trick to curling was doing it all in the same direction and a flattering direction at that.

Start this like a regular braid, but drop the top piece through to the bottom and leave it there. Gently twist the 2 pieces you’re left with upward. Add a new 3rd piece in between + drop it through. Twist again and repeat. Keep going until you get to the back. Tie it with a clear elastic, tuck the end under, and secure with a bobbypin.