As the temperatures start going down, you can turn the volume up on your hair. Think soft and billowy ‘dos that evoke romantic inclinations and a desire to watch romcoms (either alone, with your gal pals or with a special someone). The hairstyles in this week’s roundup are very feminine, ultra soft and look good on all sorts of hair types, lengths and colorings. Enjoy these pretty hair tutorials!
DIY Easy Braided Upstyle
This gorgeous upstyle created by BridalMusings makes us swoon in a serious way. Those flowers! Those silky tendrils! That draping action! To recreate, all you need is a small elastic hair tie, lots of bobby pins and an embellishment or two. BridalMusings suggests fresh or faux flowers, or you can use a vintage slide.
Quick and Easy Pretzel Chignon-Ish Hair Tutorial
Kacia at the Coconut Robot blog says she typically rocks a little bedhead and a low pony. However, she’s had many requests from readers asking her to share a hair tutorial for this “pretzel chignon-ish” hairstyle, which is divine [insert singing angels]. It’s got such a soft, dreamy, effortless quality to it and we just know you’ll love it, too!
Seriously Easy No-Heat Curls
If you’d prefer to wear your hair down while still giving off major romance vibes, this is the tutorial for you. In this video and picture tutorial, MakeupWearables teaches you how to get soft, voluminous, bouncy curls without the assistance of a heated appliance. Amazing, right?
Textured Fishtail French Braid
You’re likely pretty familiar with the fishtail braid, and even more familiar yet with the French braid. But have you combined them? Doing so creates a surprisingly textured look that is, you guessed it, quite romantic. The whole tutorial is on the My Shine Project blog complete with lots of pictures and informative text. We can’t wait to recreate this one, ourselves.
The Perfect Hair Bun
We see a lot of buns around these parts (hair buns, kids), but this “Perfect Hair Bun” featured on the HotBeautyHealth blog has especially caught our eye. It’s very editorial without being too harsh or fussy, making it a great go-to for all sorts of occasions. To recreate, you’ll need some dry shampoo to help create texture, some light hairspray, a ponytail holder and U-shaped bobby pins.
Braided Twist Updo Tutorial
Here’s another spin on the braided updo, this one detailed by Michaela of the Michaela Noelle Designs blog. Like the other tutorials in this roundup, the ingredient list is simple: bobby pins and hair elastics. All you need to do is divide your hair into three sections and then braid each. From there, drape your center section into a twisted bun. Finally, wrap the left braid under and over, and then wrap your right braid over and under.
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