Hair Styles

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                      Easy Hair Styles You Can Do Under 10 Minutes





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1. Loop Ponytail


Now I really like this because one its really easy to do and two its looks so nice. This look is for Medium to long hair is easiest to work with -- however with a little gel and some patience, you can create this style on any hair long enough to be pulled back into a ponytail. All you need to do is;

1. Spray your entire head with a light-hold hairspray. This helps keep frizz and flyaway hairs down.
2. Brush your hair to get rid of knots and tangles. 
3.Pull your hair back into a low ponytail. Wrap a hair tie around your hair. Pull your hair taut with both hands for a sophisticated look; loosen the hold for a casual, beachy vibe.
4. Separate the hair in half right above the ponytail holder using your fingers. This creates a little hole for the ponytail to slip through.
5.Lift the ponytail upward and into the hole. Push the hair through the hole. Pull the hair downward to tighten.
2.The Bun



I love this look and I know a lot of people do, its quick and its easy to do and you can even do it with a sock if you don't want to pay for a bun.  How to do this;

1. Gather your hair into a ponytail where you want the finished messy bun to be on your head.

2. Start twisting the ponytail in one direction with both hands. It doesn't matter which direction.
3. When the hair is tightly twisted, it will start to want to coil around itself at the base of the ponytail. Follow that and coil the hair around the base.
4. When you get to the tip of the ponytail, either fold the tip over top of the coil or tuck it loosely under the base.
5. You can secure the messy bun with either elastics or sticks. If you are using elastics, simply take a whole elastic and wrap it around the base and some of the bun, if necessary. To secure the bun with a pair of sticks, take one and thread it midway from the edge and base of the bun, diagonally down through the opposite side. As you thread it, position the stick to go under some hair from the scalp at the base of the bun and back out again through the middle of the bun.
6 . Push the other stick through the bun opposite the first stick.

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15 comments

  1. I love the look of the big bun! xxx

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    1. thank you so much :).... I do love it to :)

      if you ever upload another blog just comment this blog so I can take a look I love reading other peoples blogs :)

      if you have any idea of what I could do next would be great

      thanks for commenting :)
      have a nice day

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    2. How about a follow for a follow? xx

      LocketLizzie xx

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  2. This is a great tutorial, love it :)
    Would you like to follow each other on GFC, bloglovin? It would be great, just let me know :)

    Kisses,
    Maria
    http://retrostreetstation.blogspot.de/

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    1. will defo follow you :) thank you so much for your comment :D

      will look at your blog now i love reading peoples blog so its great when people leave there blogs on my comment :D

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  3. Hey Jadie, sorry I've just got round to checking your blog out and it's looking great! I have added you to my Liebster Award list as I have yet to share it on social media so you can check it out here http://thebeautifulgoodlife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/liebster-nomination.html and post the questions!

    xoxo

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    1. Thank you so much.. means a lot :) and i will defo check out your blog :)

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    2. And thanks for doing that i will look at the questions now :)

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  4. Also you can follow me on Twitter at @lauren_chloeash
    and on Instagram at @laurenchloee which I will share on xxx

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  5. Great post! I've nominated you for the Liebster award, details are on my blog. Good luck lovely!
    Lauren xx

    http://keepcalmitsonlyablog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/liebster-award.html

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    1. thank you so much :D i will check it out now :)

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  6. Oh wow ! I love it - definitely going to try them :)

    http://justalittlebitoftwaddle.blogspot.co.uk/

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