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    The wet look is cool. Just not sure that I can do it. #hair

    Braids...three ponies, braid, then twist into bun and pin.

    twist it up.

    side pony - love.

    Backwards braided Twist & Pin Chignon.

    Turn your bobby pins into sticky bobby pins if you have slippery straight hair.

    LOVE Long Hair do's!

    You'll miss out if you don't pin this. Every possible hair tip you could wish for. Pin now, keep discovering later.

    that hair

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    Twisted bun

    Cute easy ponytail with a twist

    20 Life-Changing Ways to Use Bobby Pins - Cosmopolitan.com

    Like the twisty part...would be beautiful if on both sides

    This easy twist and pin tutorial is the perfect style for many hair lengths.

    Don’t have time to do your hair? This is a 5 min hair do! Put a little more sass to that pony! -Twist your hair away from your face and back as if you would put it into a pony right then. Pin it with a bobby pin. -Do it to the other side. -Pull your hair back in a messy pony. pull the bobby pins out of each twist. {They should stay in now that they are in the pony tail.} - Grab a piece of hair from under your pony. -Wrap it around your elastic a few times, then pin the end of your hair near the elastic. - Good fun hair style for work

    good for medium length hair

    Twisted hair + straightener = loose curls. Just twist up all your hair really tight, hold it at the end, go over it with a straightener a few times, tighten the twist, go over it again, straighten the end of the twist, then comb it all out with your fingers and spray with a little hairspray. TADA. It looks so pretty and literally takes 30 seconds or less. :)

    how???

    V Back Sweater!

    1) Tease the crown of your head to get some volume (I personally don’t tease my hair often but it will look nice regardless) 2) Divide your hair into 2 sections 3) Twist the left side all the way to the tip & coil it up into a bun in the middle of your head & secure it with a clear elastic & a few bobby pins 4) Twist the other side all the way down & wrap that section around the first bun & secure it with a few more bobby pins. 5) Spray a bit of hairspray (I like a messier style so I pull some strands out & use fewer bobby pins. If you want a neater bun, you could slick your hair back and only twist the lower part of your hair or just twist the entire set of hair more tightly, use more bobby pins & any hair accessory you like)