Perrie Edwards's Braided Headband. Tilt your head to one side, and begin French braiding at that ear. Continue the braid up over the top of your head, only adding hair from the section in front of the braid. Once you reach the other side, pin the end of the plait behind your ear and pull your hair towards your face to cover it.
1. Put on the headband. Try to find one that is not too tight on your head since it will then slip up easier. Don´t worry if it slips up a bit now, you will fix that later. 2. Take all of the hair (or if you want to leave a few shorter pieces in the front do that) and roll it around the headband. Arrange it nicely and tuck down the hair some more where needed. 3. Secure with bobbypins, especially if you are a bit flat headed like me. This is for extra security so the headband will stay put.
I want to try this hairstyle so bad. It seems just easy enough for an everyday look. Note: You need long hair to do this.
Love love loovvveeee this look. I have red on the underneath of my hair and it looks so cool to use the red for the braids. It contrasts against my blonde perfectly!!!: Braid Headband, Hairstyles, Hair Tutorials, Hair Styles, Long Hair, Head Band, Braided