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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.

Things you should keep in mind when using your curling wand: •DO leave a little space in between the hair each time you wrap it around the barrell. That gives you a more relaxed wave. •DON’T coil it too tight. The hair will get too “pattern-y” and can look more like a perm than natural waves. •DO flat iron your ends on medium heat to smooth out the ends.

retro style

for when i have gorgeous hair lol

Flowers by Kate

by kristin ess Lots of requests for a very basic blow out. Here’s your step by step! I’ll do one for curly hair and one for fine hair as well. These are the basics steps for anyone with wavy and/or thick hair like Lauren’s. Tools: Blow dryer with the nozzle, leave-in conditioner or detangler, protective serum or frizz taming serum, medium to large round brush, clips.

Lauren Conrad yet again! These are her Blow-dry Basics

Natural looking waves in 10mins or less. Just separate your hair into 4 sections (I have a lot of hair that is really long, so I do about 6-10 sections but it still takes only a few mins)

Good to know: How to blow dry your hair like a hair stylist, from A CUP OF JO.