33 posts tagged hair tutorial
There are so many long hair tutorials out there, but not a ton for short hair. So you can imagine how surprised i was to find a collection on all places as BuzzFeed! Crazy. But hey, there’s 20 of em, count em, 20, for us cropped locked gals. I absolutely love the first one pictured, the side knot. Check out the rest on the click through!
Oh my gosh, this is exactly how I curled my hair when I was little! I was way too much of a wuss to sleep in curlers. Rag rolling is actually pretty easy once you get the hang of it, and isn’t going to damage your hair like a curling iron or hot rollers might. Just make sure of two things - that your hair is damp (not wet!) and that you give it enough time to curl. I usually did it before going to sleep. You wake up with pretty, soft wavy hair. This is also fantastic for little ones!
One of the requests I get all the time is requests for short hair tutorials. But it’s so hard to find ones that aren’t just ‘slick it back with a headband’. So I love this updo - a gorgeous combo of braids and bouffant. Super pretty!
Last Monday, in a fit of frustration, I cut my hair short. I don’t regret it because it actually looks pretty good (though I would not suggest cutting your own hair to anyone - mine is quite wavy which makes the choppy look work!). But then I find a ton of gorgeous braids on the internet. Of course! But that doesn’t mean I can’t share these looks with you, my fab reader. If you’re doing something special this weekend then this might be a great Spring look.
Every time I think I’m going to chop all my hair off in an annoyed rage I see another gorgeous long hair tutorial and change my mind. I love every one of these tutorials - they make me think of Disney princess hair (especially the third one. I’ve been seeing a lot of styles where the hair hangs over the ear, so romantic!). And yeah, I’m really digging that first bubble-ish style. Great for us ladies who aren’t great at braiding!
Whenever I see a new twist on the ponytail (pun!) I post it because that is basically my hair’s natural state. Quick, easy and pretty!
I always find these tutorials on Pintrest and the like where they say ‘this is soeasy to do, and it takes less than five seconds’. Then I try and it ends up taking half an hour and I’m running late for work and I stick my head with a bobby pin and UGH! But I tried this one this morning and I can confirm… yes you have to use about a billion pins but it looks amazing and I still got out of the house on time!
As a perpetual pony-tailer, I love this tutorial for it’s new twist on the old favourite! And it’s so simple to do too, I swear - you could probably do it right now if you have long hair and a ponytail holder!
All the cool fashionable girls seem to be wearing this updo right now so I’m excited to see a tutorial on how to do it! And it’s so easy to create, you could do this while you’re half asleep getting ready for work (yeah, that’s me!)
Adding a scarf to your ‘do is a great way cover up less than stellar hair days! My favourite one is the fun knotted do! Plus Paper N Stitch rates the tutorials so you know straight up if it’s easy (or just looks easy!)
A Cup Of Jo always has these gorgeous tutorials for your hair that give the impression that you just did a little twist here and a little tuck there to create a casual yet classy style! If you always fall back on a pony (guilty!) then this is a great way to add a bit of a twist (no pun intended!) to it.
Here is a quick yet pretty hair style that can be styled in two different ways. I particularly like the way the hair is twisted around the pony tail. I’m trying this out tomorrow!
Though I love the look of braids, I rarerly ever do them because I really suck at them! They always end up messy, too thick on one side or not long enough. With this tutorial you don’t need to worry about trying to braid - just wrap the lace around your ponytail! If you don’t like lace, try ribbon - velvet would look lovely!
It’s the ladies conundrum - you want to cut your long hair but then when you have short hair all you want is long hair. Well here’s a good solution - just pin your hair into a faux bob! Camille shows you the steps to create this easy style, and even better all you need is some bobby pins and a hair tie!
First of all, I’m super jealous of this lady’s gorgeous red hair! Sigh. I just need to learn that brown is the only colour for me. Sigh again. Anyway, just because I don’t have red hair, I can style try this braided crown hair style. I haven’t always had the best of luck with doing fishtail braids but this look is so very Florence & The Machine that I’m willing to try again!