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  • Sarah Myers

    so many awesome hair styles for long hair.. This tutorial is mad easy, too. So stoked

  • Charity Pierce

    Braided Hair Style: Braided Headband Beehive

  • pjm

    so many awesome hair styles for longer hair..

  • Tricia Hill

    braided updo hair tutorial

  • Jodi McDiffett

    Braided up do

  • Skylar Albritton

    If i had long hair.... Hair Tutorial: braided 'do What you need: dry shampoo or volumizing product (like the Sachajuan volume powder I often use) bobby pins brush If your hair needs added texture, you can use a dry shampoo. This will make the teasing part a lot easier. Spray at your roots, lifting as you go. Wait a minute or two and comb it through, or else you'll be left with a powdery mess. Then, divide your hair into two sections, like you're doing a half-updo. Back comb underneath the top half and smooth over the top. This will give you lift in the front. Pin the newly teased section (make sure the top layer is smooth, to cover the mess) with a couple (or more, if you need them) of bobby pins. You can give the bump a little boost if you want - you don't have to just rely on the teasing. You should now have what is known as the Snookie. Stop at this step and fist pump the night away, or continue to the next steps for the original hairdo we set out to do. It's your choice! Divide the lower section into two parts and braid. Secure with small elastics or just be lazypants and leave them loose, like me. Pull each braid to the opposite side of your head. Secure with bobby pins. You can tuck the ends underneath each braid. Pin some flowers behind your ear or leave as is. You might want to finish with a little bit of hair spray, but otherwise - that's it! If you would like me to do a regular demonstration of milkmaid braids, please let me know. Otherwise, it's basically this but instead of doing the whole tease and bump thing, you just braid two low pigtails and pin the braids on either side of your head. Super easy!

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