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  • Sock Bun Tutorial: How To Make a Perfect Ballet Bun

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    Sock Bun Tutorial: How To Make a Perfect Ballet Bun This video tutorial shows you how to make a perfect ballet bun with very minimal effort. It's a quick and easy method! This sophisticated looking bun works great for ballet, figure skating, dance and other occasions. Items Needed A bun foundation, bun mold, or rolled up tube sock A hair net 1 rubber band several bobby pins A brush or comb How to video   Source: http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-make-perfect-ballet-bun-0127493/

  • Summer hair style for women

    Hair  |  0 Commentsummer hair style for women

    Summer hair style for women First, separate the front part of your hair into one section and pin a piece of lace or ribbon right behind it.  Using the lace as one of your strands, braid the front of your hair and pin behind your ear. **Take the remaining ribbon and wrap it around your head, and then again half-way.  Stop at the back and tie it up. **After the lace is secured, separate the remaining hair into 2 sections.  Using bobby pins

  • Easy up do how to

    Hair  |  0 Commenteasy up do how to

    Hair style: How to get Sock Bun Look with no Sock  For the first day I am going to show you how to get a Sock Bun Look without the Sock! I know rolling that sock is not always the easiest so here is another alternative.. 1) Leave out a portion of your hair for the front (as much as you prefer) 2) Put the rest of the hair in a high pony tail 3) Seperate the pony tail into a top and bottom section 4)

  • Hair style for women: How to Get the Perfect Curl!

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    Hair style for women:  How to Get the Perfect Curl! I love doing this with my hair! It is my favorite! It takes a little time, but up later I will show you how you can make this style last three to four days! For now, lets learn how to create FABULOUS curl properly! Then I will connect new posts later for how to make this style last for you! Ok first off, the most important part of this style is TOOLS!!! You

  • Hair style: 5 Minute Fabulous Hair!

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    Hair style:  5 Minute Fabulous Hair! All you need to achieve this great hair style are these things: 1) a hair wheel-these can be purchased at most beauty supply stores for 5-10 dollars. 2) 3 Long U shaped hair pins. 3) 4 Bobby pins that match your hair color. 4) A pony tail rubber band. 5) Hair Spray. Start by pulling up hair on back of crown, this is where you will create volume: Take hair brush and tease under hair 4-5 times. After teasing hair, spray with a

  • Hair style for a little girl: “X” marks the Spot

    Christmas's day, Hair, Holiday & seasonal crafts  |  0 Commenthair style for a little girl: “x” marks the spot

    How about another hair post? I am so close to getting some other projects done that I can't wait to share, but until then... This is a hair do we did this week. Hair style for a little girl: "X" marks the Spot She calls it X marks the spot. I parted the hair down the middle and sectioned off three areas on each side. The first right behind the ear. Then crossed the sections over. This was a pretty quick and painless hair do!

  • Hair style: No Heat Princess Curls

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    Hair style: No Heat Princess Curls Ok, I know this is old school. My Grandma told me her mom did this to her when  she was a little girl. Perfect for some princess with no worries about heat.   what little princess doesn't want some bouncy curls?

  • Hair style for women: Braided Updo

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     Hair style for women: Braided Updo can I just say, I'm loving having my baby sister here in Jamaica! lots of good, real belly laughs My sisters are gorgous, dharlings! I love their style.  I miss borrowing their clothes! I thought it would be fun to "make" my sister do a couple of feminine girly posts while she's here. This braided updo is cute, stylish and fast. Meet Monica Grace. "She is my favorite out of all my sisters because she is the                

  • Hair style for a little girl: Princess Rope Twist Hairdo

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    Hair style for a little girl: Princess Rope Twist Hairdo Sunday mornings are a big deal here.  We are always excited to get to church and see what the Lord is going to do today.  Church is such a huge part of our life and I love it that way. One of my early morning tasks is styling the princess's hair.  In Jamaica they love to twist and braid their hair into beautiful styles.  I've enjoyed playing with my girl's hair and

  • Hair style for a little girl: French Princess Hairdo tutorial

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      This is kinda my "go to" hair style. When I want them to look cute I can always count on this quickish braid.  And it stays in pretty good for rough playing little princesses. Hair style for a little girl: French Princess Hairdo tutorial I keep going and secure it in a side ponytail.   There you go, ladies.  Just in time for Church tomorrow! I love having girlies!

  • Hair style for a little girl: Indian Princess Hairdo

    Hair  |  0 Commenthair style for a little girl: indian princess hairdo

      Hair style for a little girl: Indian Princess Hairdo "When did he first say, "Ugh!" When did he first say, "Ugh!" In the Injun book it say When the first brave married squaw He gave out with a big ugh When he saw his Mother-in-Law" "What made the red man red? What made the red man red? Let's go back a thousand years To the very first Injun prince He kissed a maid and start to blush And we've all been blushin' since"  From Peter Pan

  • Hair style: BRAIDY BUNCH tutorial

    Hair  |  0 Commenthair style: braidy bunch tutorial

    photo: kristin ess + thebeautydepartment.com post designed by kristin ess This week my little sister came to stay with me. Since we LOVE braids around here, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to use her shiny brown hair to show you how to do this quick one. It’s similar to the waterfall braid, but much faster and less confusing. Start this like a regular braid, but drop the top piece through to the bottom and leave it there. Gently twist the 2 pieces