THE ORIGINAL TWIST & PIN

How to: This is freeform Twist & Pin using the technique explained on page 8. Start at the top and start twisting sections, twist around your inger and pin in place. Continue down until all your hair is twisted in place. Weave your bobby pins through more than one twist for added hold. Variations There are […]

Sep 26th, 2013Hairone response

THE SIDE BRAIDED TWIST

How to: To do a Dutch (reverse or backwards) braid you cross the sections underneath each other, rather than over each other. For this braid, onlyadd in extra hair from underneath. Start on the right side, above your ear. Take a section of hair, split intothree and braid crossing the sections underneath each other. Continue […]

Sep 25th, 2013Hairno responses

THE TRIPLE BRAIDED TWIST

Howto: Gather the top third of your hair, split into three and braid. Secure theend with an elastic. Repeat with the middle section. For the bottom section, gather your hair at the nape of your neck. Braidbackwards, crossing the sections underneath each other. Back to the irst braid – roll this up and pin in […]

Sep 14th, 2013Hair13 responses

THE HEADBAND TWIST PONYTAIL

How to: This is a way to step up your ponytail a notch, but it’s so easy, anyone cando it. If adding a headband, put this in place irst. I like to hide the ends of the headband so leave some hair in front that will be pulled back to coverthe band. Take a small […]

Sep 11th, 2013Hairone response

THE LOOSE CURLED TWIST

How to: Start with a voluminous blow dry, licking out the ends, or use a curling wand. Gently backcomb your hair at the crown for added height. Clip up thetop half of your hair. Leaving two sections loose on each side, pull the rest of your hair into aponytail on the left side. Fold the ponytail […]

Sep 10th, 2013Hair3 responses

THE TRIPLE BRAID BUNS

How to: Part your hair on the right, or wherever your natural part falls. Take a small section from your part at the front and braid it. Pin the braid across the back of your head horizontally. Secure the end with apin. Take a second section beneath the irst and braid it. Pin the braid across […]

Sep 10th, 2013Hair6 responses

THE TWIST & PIN TO THE SIDE

How to: Use my classic Twist&Pintechniqueto create a chignon-style hairstyle tothe side. I start by twisting and pinning a small section from the top left on theside behind my ear. Next twist and pin a small section from the right, and make a twisted bun next to the irst section. Keep taking small sections, twist tight […]

Sep 10th, 2013Hair6 responses

hair1THE DUTCH BRAIDED TWIST & PIN

How to: This is a great style for when you are growing out a fringe/bangs, or if you love having your hair off your face. The front is a Dutch braid and follows your hairline and then twists and pins into a chignon behind your ear. 1. Start by parting your hair, this is where […]

Sep 5th, 2013Hair4 responses

THE FLOWER PIN BRAIDS

How to: What a difference an accessory makes! I love this idea for a bride, and think adding something blue to your hair is a funtwist on tradition. These lowers are actually a necklace. If you love the look, you could also pin a row of silk lowers over this style. What do you already […]

Sep 5th, 2013Hairno responses

THE LOW PIN BRAIDS

How to: This gorgeous do would be a beautiful upstyle for anevent, yet is relaxed enough for keeping your hair up onhot days. This is a combination of a Dutch braid from the right and a braid from the left that crosses over and tucks in. Part your hair to the right (or wherever your […]

Sep 5th, 2013Hairno responses
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