Don’t want to commit to a full updo? Try half up and half down for a casual look.
I created this hair tutorial to help you always feel your best & look amazing. Read the steps below and then let me know in the comments which hairstyle you’d like to see next?
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Follow the full tutorial below ♥ →
Starting with full loose waves & wearing my full set of Luxy Hair Extensions ! Fullness is important for this hairstyle otherwise it will look to flat another great tip is to tease and hairspray your entire hair to make it appear fuller! Secondly I am sectioning of my hair from the top and making sure not to pull it to tight because i want a messier look & also keeping my part visible. You just gotta poof it a little!Taking this section I am going to twist it around as much as I can to form the bun, I feel like the more you twist the more secure your bun will be.Then with the twist you want to wrap it around in a circle on the top of your head, at this point I don’t want to worry how it looks because I want to make sure it is secure enough. I only used bobby pins to hold it in to place but using an elastic will be better!After i have secured it I went around my bun and pulled out sections so it looked fluffier. The more I pulled it out I noticed I have to go back in with bobby pins to help it stay in to place. Here is my completed top-knot. Honestly pulling it apart gets you this look plus extensions for fullness!The side view! Important note: make sure you don’t pull the sides to tight in the first step to create this loose look.
In two different places, you used the word “to” to mean “too”. It took away from your tutorial.
Sorry about that! Writing isn’t my strongest skill
Didn’t matter to me! I love all your tutorials!!!
Are the hair extensions you use curlable and also straightenable? In other words are you able to use them or style them as you could “normal or real” hair??
YES! because they are real hair 🙂
Wow! You are amazing! 😀 beautiful hair!
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