Okay, now this one is an easy one and everyone is seeing this hairstyle made famous by Lauren Conrad from “The Hills” on MTV. (I even saw a few variations the other night on Dancing with the Stars.)
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Items Needed: One rubber band (preferably small and clear), and a couple bobby pins.
Time Requirement: 5 minutes.
Skill Level: Easy
There are likely 101 ways to do this braid… pinching off with a rubber band just after the French right above the ear, braiding through as I have done (with a bobby pin tuck), tucking the braid behind the ear, etc. It all is a matter of preference and hair length. Try each out and see which works best for you.
- Make a deep part on one side of the forehead.
- Divide off a section of hair.(Bangs)
- Closest to the deep part, pick up a small section and begin a french braid.
- You are going to braid from the deep part across the forehead and down to the ear.
- Try to do a loose braid. The idea for this hairstyle is a soft/loose look.
- When you run out of hair to pull in, finish with a normal braid and secure with a small clear elastic. (Larger elastics are harder to hide)
- Pull up a section of hair behind the braid.
- Tuck the braid under the hair and secure with bobby pins. If you cross the bobby’s in a “X” they will lock in place.
- Comb the hair down to hide bobby pins underneath.
Many of you may think that this was too simple or common of a hairdo to post here, however this was a special request from Samantha (a fan of the site who is only 12 years old). Sam, this one’s for you!
Enjoy, and Happy Hairdoing!
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