The Dutch Braid:
Basically you just do a full dutch (underneath) braid down your hair, and then pin it into a mini bun at the end. Make sure to pull the braid out at the end to give it lots of volume. Full tutorial here
The tucked under braid:
For this, do a loose french braid, with only about 4-5 braids. Braid it the whole way, then carefully tuck and pin under the end of the braid. This works best for meduim hair length.
As seen on a previous blog entry, tutorial here
Twist and Pin
You twist sections of hair and pin them up. Video tutorial here
I'm finding this harder to do now my hair is getting longer, so I think this is perfect for mid length hair. Tie hair up in a ponytail. Then take sections and pin them back up and round. Tutorial here
Piled and Pinned Updo:
This is so easy, and great because it is naturally messy meaning you don't have to be a pro to make it look good. You section your hair into three vertical parts and starting from the bottom, pin the hair messily up. Do as much 'poof' as you like with the front. Full tutorial here
Loose front Braid:
Part you hair so you have a side part. On the side with the bigger part do a french braid or a fishtail braid down to around your ear. Pin the hair in place and use a nice clip if you want. Leave your hair out. Perfect for keeping the hair out of your eyes.
Three twisted Buns:
Those two are the same hairstyle, one with the buns down the bottom and one with the buns in a vertical row. The buns are sections of your hair twisted and pinned. Full tutorial here
And there you have it!
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