curl hair in mermaid waves, make two large messy/loose braids to connect around at the back of head. Now take the left side of your hair hanging beneath the braid and pull it over and then under to the right of the leftside braid. Viola! Now your hair sits prettily to the right, mermaid loose wonderfulness! You can do on left side if you like your hair to sit there more than the right side. (:
You are a vintage bride! You love old Hollywood glamor and prefer antique jewelry and collectibles to anything new. Give your makeup a classic feel with muted shades of plums, ruby reds, or berries. Your hair should be kept down in loose, wavy curls or pulled back low at the nape of your neck in a classic hairstyle like a chignon. Add a touch of vintage glamor with a hair accessory like a hair comb or a headband.
NO SLIP BUN: Buns look polished and chic, but not when they're falling apart half-way through the day. Create a pretty and secure bun with these easy steps! Start by pulling hair back in two low ponytails tied close together. Twist the two tails in opposite directions until a bun is formed and secure hair with bobby pins. Find the full tips and instructions here!
Anna Kendrick’s Curly Side Swept Hairstyle at the 2014 Grammy Awards - Anna Kendrick kept her hair soft and sweet at the 2014 Grammys; a good contrast to her risqué but stunning Azzaro gown. Her luscious long caramel-colored tresses were given large curls before being swept to one side. To make sure that the one-shoulder hairstyle will stay put, slick back the opposite side then place a jeweled clip.
Are you a bride-to-be or maybe a brides-maid-to-be? A bun is a great option for your wedding day hairstyle because it keeps your hair pulled back for endless hours of dancing, photos and celebration. A bun doesn’t have to be simple or ordinary either. It can be as intricate as you dream of and a …
STEALTHY HAIR PULL-BACK Want to get those pesky strands of hair out of your face with panache? Twist the hair back and slip a bobby pin into the center. The hair will hid the pin, and you'll have an elegant curl holding the hair back from the side of your face.
She hit the hair with a generous cloud of texturizing spray, then curled it all with a 1-1/4 inch iron. Then, she sectioned the first of four ponytails by clipping back just the strands behind the eyebrows. Then, she created another ponytail from the temple back, directly under the first ponytail, before working downwards and repeating the process two more times. Once the ponytails are done, "Pull out the front of the hair for extra height and texture," says Capri.