Sunday, May 30, 2010
Summer Do...Stays in Great!
This hair-do is perfect for summer! It stays in soooo nicely! These pictures were taken the night of the second day I had it in! I jumped on the trampoline and played in the pool with it! I absolutely loved it, and its pretty self explainatory!
Friday, May 21, 2010
Twist Buns from Sweet and Sassy
Skills Needed: Twisting, Bobby pinning
O.K So, I got adorable Hair-do from Sweet and Sassy. It is a store in our mall that does girls hair, nails, birthday Parties, exc. But it's a really cool place. One day just my mom and I were out and I decided it would be cool to get my hair done professionally. So this is what they did to me...I'm also quite sure most of tou already know how to do this.
So, She started with kind-of a zig-zag part down the middle of my head.
Then, she put it into high pigtails and split it into thirds. Then twisted one strand all the way up until it scrunched itself up. Then she bobby pinned the end the my head. After she was done with it all she she used a comb to scrunch up the little pieces of hair left over. I will really try to post a video for this one!
Then this is the front view...see the cool little flower? I got that from justice and I absolutely love it in front of one of the buns...it makes it look so much more springy~!
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Ponies into side pony!
Skills needed: putting in ponytails, tying bows
This one is really cute! I think I got it from babes in hairland...but if not please correct me. Anyway this is one of my favorite Hair-dos!!!
This is the first step, part the hair on the side and put in a ponytail. Then pull the rest of the hair back into another ponytail.
Then, put another ponytail on the other side of the part and then ponytail both side together without pulling in any new hair.
Then pull mostly all the rest of the hair into a ponytail with and the one from up top...this is really hard to explain so just look at the picture for this one.
Then pull it all into one side pony.
Add a cute bow.
Front view: Yes I know This is an ugly picture of me~!
Sunday, May 9, 2010
7 into 2 into 1
Skills needed; Nothing really:)
this is one that I did to myself one morning when my mom was busy! So I hope you enjoy!
Start with 7 across the top of the head. You can use elastics, they look better, but those break my hair A LOT, so I never use them.
Then, pull 4 from the one side together, then the three from the other side, and be sure to pull hair up from underneath too.
Then I put ponytails all the way down just to add a little extra, but if you don't like this you could always just pull it up or into a little bun. Then, of course, add some curls because no hair-do can be complete without curls:)
Saturday, May 8, 2010
Braids, Braids,and More Braids!
Skills Needed:French Braiding, Making buns
So, this hair-do I did on my friend, Ali. I was so proud of myself, because this is the first time I learned how to do normal french braids,not dutch braids, and because I braided upside down!
So, when I was uploading teese pictures, I didn't have them named, so I wasn't sure what order they were going to show up in. this one was supposed to be more towards the end, but anyway, this is the bum!
These are my upside down braids underneath. I only did 2, but for you freakishly good braiders you could do more!
This is the side, I just did one on each side.
This is the top, we did 5 on the top because that was all I could fit. I am not good with small braids.
This is the other side, showing how the angles change from the side to the back,and top to the front.
So, I hope you enjoy this, also for all you awesome braiders, if you want to send me a picture of some of your cool braids I would love to see them. My E-mail is email@example.com! Thank-You for taking the time to look!
Monday, May 3, 2010
Maze and Braid
Skills needed: Putting in elastics, french braiding
At my house we call this the maze, Pretty self explanatory!
We went ahead and French braided all the way down with the extra hair!