Heidi Klum's Twisted and Bobby-Pinned Updo..To begin, draw the top section of hair--everything from the ears up and secure in a ponytail. Next, pull the lower section of hair and secure it with a hair elastic directly under the first ponytail.  Then take one-inch pieces and tightly twist them.  Loop the twists at random and pin them into place.  Finish the look with a good misting of hairspray. by angeline
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angeline Heidi Klum's Twisted and Bobby-Pinned Updo..To begin, draw the top section of hair--everything from the ears up and secure in a ponytail. Next, pull the lower section of hair and secure it with a hair elastic directly under the first ponytail. Then take one-inch pieces and tightly twist them. Loop the twists at random and pin them into place. Finish the look with a good misting of hairspray.
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Selena Gomez's Darling 'Do.. Once hair has some wave or curl, mist with a sheer-hold hairspray to add a little extra texture. Section out a few strands around the face to add softness & pull the rest of the hair back loosely & secure with a hair elastic. One or two-inch sections of hair from the ponytail can then be looped & pinned at random all over the back of the head. by angeline
angeline
angeline Selena Gomez's Darling 'Do.. Once hair has some wave or curl, mist with a sheer-hold hairspray to add a little extra texture. Section out a few strands around the face to add softness & pull the rest of the hair back loosely & secure with a hair elastic. One or two-inch sections of hair from the ponytail can then be looped & pinned at random all over the back of the head.
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Wavy, braided ponytail for long hair on @Vogueinvines. 1 Gather hair into high ponytail. 2 Gather small piece of hair from underneath, wrap around base of ponytail, and secure with bobby pin. 3 Gather small section of hair on one side of ponytail and braid all the way down. 4 Using fingers, pull on braid to widen. 5 Repeat with another section of hair on other side. 6 With a ribbon curling iron, curl small sections of hair throughout ponytail. 7 Finish with Lock It Weather Control Hairspray. by graciela
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graciela Wavy, braided ponytail for long hair on @Vogueinvines. 1 Gather hair into high ponytail. 2 Gather small piece of hair from underneath, wrap around base of ponytail, and secure with bobby pin. 3 Gather small section of hair on one side of ponytail and braid all the way down. 4 Using fingers, pull on braid to widen. 5 Repeat with another section of hair on other side. 6 With a ribbon curling iron, curl small sections of hair throughout ponytail. 7 Finish with Lock It Weather Control Hairspray.
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Zoe Saldana's Side-Swept Updo..Create a deep side part and draw out a two-inch section running from the part along the front hairline to the ear. Pull the rest of the hair off-center and collect it at the nape of the neck. Next, twist tresses loosely behind the ear and secure with u-shaped hair pins or bobby pins. Then use a large-barreled curling iron to make a few waves in the section of hair framing the face. by frances
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frances Zoe Saldana's Side-Swept Updo..Create a deep side part and draw out a two-inch section running from the part along the front hairline to the ear. Pull the rest of the hair off-center and collect it at the nape of the neck. Next, twist tresses loosely behind the ear and secure with u-shaped hair pins or bobby pins. Then use a large-barreled curling iron to make a few waves in the section of hair framing the face.
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braided bangs & twisted scrunched; what you need: -scrunching gel -bobby pins -hairspray Start by Scrunching your hair with the scrunch gel. french braid your bangs or a side length in front has closly as you can to the roots & as tightly as possible. Secure by bobby pinning your bangs & then spraying your hair. by tammi
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tammi braided bangs & twisted scrunched; what you need: -scrunching gel -bobby pins -hairspray Start by Scrunching your hair with the scrunch gel. french braid your bangs or a side length in front has closly as you can to the roots & as tightly as possible. Secure by bobby pinning your bangs & then spraying your hair.
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Twisted Ponytail - Hair tutorial, no bobby pins! Cute, easy updo by rosario
rosario
rosario Twisted Ponytail - Hair tutorial, no bobby pins! Cute, easy updo
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natural two strand twisted ponytail, pinned the twists by alyssa
alyssa
alyssa natural two strand twisted ponytail, pinned the twists
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Here's how to style a twisted bun: 1. Pull half of hair up in a rubber band. 2. Put bottom half of hair in a low ponytail. 3-4. Take a small section of hair and twist it until it curls naturally into little 'twists'. 5-6. Pin your pieces and continue until the entire bottom ponytail is covered in twists. 7-8. Let the top part of your hair down. Twist the sides and cover the back 'bun' with more twisted pieces. 9-10. Twist in the top pieces, by Mariya pp
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Mariya pp Here's how to style a twisted bun: 1. Pull half of hair up in a rubber band. 2. Put bottom half of hair in a low ponytail. 3-4. Take a small section of hair and twist it until it curls naturally into little 'twists'. 5-6. Pin your pieces and continue until the entire bottom ponytail is covered in twists. 7-8. Let the top part of your hair down. Twist the sides and cover the back 'bun' with more twisted pieces. 9-10. Twist in the top pieces,
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Holiday hair takes a new twist with an easy approach to this professional style. Create a spiral lace braid yourself: 1) Make high ponytail. 2) Pull a section from the top, braid it, and secure it with a small, clear elastic at its end. 3) Wrap the braid around your ponytail, adding a few bobby-pins to keep hair in place. 4) Wrap ends of the braid and ponytail together with another small, clear elastic. Perfect for both work and festivities! by angeline
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angeline Holiday hair takes a new twist with an easy approach to this professional style. Create a spiral lace braid yourself: 1) Make high ponytail. 2) Pull a section from the top, braid it, and secure it with a small, clear elastic at its end. 3) Wrap the braid around your ponytail, adding a few bobby-pins to keep hair in place. 4) Wrap ends of the braid and ponytail together with another small, clear elastic. Perfect for both work and festivities!
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A quick updo for short hair. Grab a handful of bobby pins and take little sections of hair and twist them back leaving the ends sticking out so you get a messy chignon effect. Spritz your bangs with a little volumizer at the roots and blow-dry them so they lay sideswept across your forehead. Finish with a light, fine mist of hairspray to keep everything in place. by graciela
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graciela A quick updo for short hair. Grab a handful of bobby pins and take little sections of hair and twist them back leaving the ends sticking out so you get a messy chignon effect. Spritz your bangs with a little volumizer at the roots and blow-dry them so they lay sideswept across your forehead. Finish with a light, fine mist of hairspray to keep everything in place.
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Twisted Frohawk w/Pompadour: Make 3 ponytails in back, section off part in the front. Secure Marley braid hair on back ponytail and twist towards while securing with bobby pins. For front section do the same, use less hair for smaller pomp. Easy! by angeline
angeline
angeline Twisted Frohawk w/Pompadour: Make 3 ponytails in back, section off part in the front. Secure Marley braid hair on back ponytail and twist towards while securing with bobby pins. For front section do the same, use less hair for smaller pomp. Easy!
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Faux Bob!  >>What you’ll need... -hair tie -bobby pins -hairspray<< (1) Do a super low ponytail after creating waves with a curling iron. Tie a hair tie two inches from tips. Keep it nice and loose. (2) Roll it up slowly. First tuck those loose ends under the elastic, then carefully roll the ponytail up toward your head. (3) Pin it in place ~ secure hair at the nape of your neck with bobby pins that match your hair. Make sure it feels locked tight. (4) Pull out a few face framing bits and spray! by HOLLACHE
HOLLACHE
HOLLACHE Faux Bob! >>What you’ll need... -hair tie -bobby pins -hairspray<< (1) Do a super low ponytail after creating waves with a curling iron. Tie a hair tie two inches from tips. Keep it nice and loose. (2) Roll it up slowly. First tuck those loose ends under the elastic, then carefully roll the ponytail up toward your head. (3) Pin it in place ~ secure hair at the nape of your neck with bobby pins that match your hair. Make sure it feels locked tight. (4) Pull out a few face framing bits and spray!
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Updo for short hair. Creating a pompadour by teasing a section of hair from temple to temple, and pushing it against where you normally part your hair to increase lift. Then, grab one- to two-inch sections of hair, twist them, and lock them into place with bobby pins by inserting them into your hair, and then rotating them the opposite way to hide the pin. by graciela
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graciela Updo for short hair. Creating a pompadour by teasing a section of hair from temple to temple, and pushing it against where you normally part your hair to increase lift. Then, grab one- to two-inch sections of hair, twist them, and lock them into place with bobby pins by inserting them into your hair, and then rotating them the opposite way to hide the pin.
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Part hair in the center and French braid a one-inch section, starting at the top of the head and wrapping behind the ear. Secure with an elastic. Sweep the rest of the hair into a low ponytail. Tease the ponytail before twisting into a bun and securing with U-shaped pins. Then, wrap in the braid and keep it in place with bobby pins. by china430
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china430 Part hair in the center and French braid a one-inch section, starting at the top of the head and wrapping behind the ear. Secure with an elastic. Sweep the rest of the hair into a low ponytail. Tease the ponytail before twisting into a bun and securing with U-shaped pins. Then, wrap in the braid and keep it in place with bobby pins.
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HEATLESS overnight curls!  1.Starting from right side of your head, take a section right above your ear and spit it in two  2.Twist the section. Then add some hair to the bottom section and twist again.  3.Twist your whole hair by adding hair into the bottom section, when you don't have more hair to put in sections, then simply twist your hair until it's all twisted  4.Secure twisted hair with bobby pins.   5. Go sleep! In the morning add serum  to smoothen hair  #heatless #curls #hair #prett... by CatChick
CatChick
CatChick HEATLESS overnight curls! 1.Starting from right side of your head, take a section right above your ear and spit it in two 2.Twist the section. Then add some hair to the bottom section and twist again. 3.Twist your whole hair by adding hair into the bottom section, when you don't have more hair to put in sections, then simply twist your hair until it's all twisted 4.Secure twisted hair with bobby pins. 5. Go sleep! In the morning add serum to smoothen hair #heatless #curls #hair #prett...
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1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally.

2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head.

3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck.

4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder. by aniellabrooke
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aniellabrooke 1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally. 2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head. 3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck. 4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder.
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Left my natural part, teased the crown a little, then twisted the sides (right above the ears) back and secured with a small elastic. Then wrapped a large strand of my own hair around and secured with a bobby pin. by angeline
angeline
angeline Left my natural part, teased the crown a little, then twisted the sides (right above the ears) back and secured with a small elastic. Then wrapped a large strand of my own hair around and secured with a bobby pin.
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Hairstyle How-To:        Gather your hair into a low ponytail      Twist your ponytail and twist it up      Tuck the end of your ponytail inside to form a roll      Use bobby pins to pin in place. For a secure finish, pin from right to left, twisting the pin 180 degrees  so that you catch hair from the top but pin underneath (see photos) by Flairdiva
Flairdiva
Flairdiva Hairstyle How-To: Gather your hair into a low ponytail Twist your ponytail and twist it up Tuck the end of your ponytail inside to form a roll Use bobby pins to pin in place. For a secure finish, pin from right to left, twisting the pin 180 degrees so that you catch hair from the top but pin underneath (see photos)
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1 : Grab a small section of hair and backcomb it to create a pomp.   2 : Twist at the back and secure with a bobby pin.   3 : Loosely French braid the hair and secure with an elastic. Keep it a little messy!  4 : Clamp the banana clip through the hair and around the sides of the braid.   5 : Pull the braid apart to loosen. by angeline
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angeline 1 : Grab a small section of hair and backcomb it to create a pomp. 2 : Twist at the back and secure with a bobby pin. 3 : Loosely French braid the hair and secure with an elastic. Keep it a little messy! 4 : Clamp the banana clip through the hair and around the sides of the braid. 5 : Pull the braid apart to loosen.
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1. This style is so easy, it's laughable. Day-old hair is best (which is true for most hairstyles, since it's easier to work with hair that has a little dirt in it).

2. Divide your hair into three equal parts and quickly spray each section with a little hairspray to help give it hold. Let the hairspray set for a couple seconds, and then lightly comb it out.

3. Take the section on your right side, and twist your hair all the way down to the end. You want to twist counter-clockwise, toward your face. Wrap the right section in on itself, just like you're making a little bun. Let some of the hair stick out, it's ok (you don't want them to look like Princess Leia buns).

4. Pin the right bun in place. I like to use these mini bobby pins, since they're easier to hide and they're coated in rubber so they hold your hair better.

5. Next, twist the middle section clockwise and pin. Then twist the left section clockwise and pin.

6. Spray the three buns with a little more hairspray, and you're done! by lady cherokee angel
lady cherokee angel
lady cherokee angel 1. This style is so easy, it's laughable. Day-old hair is best (which is true for most hairstyles, since it's easier to work with hair that has a little dirt in it). 2. Divide your hair into three equal parts and quickly spray each section with a little hairspray to help give it hold. Let the hairspray set for a couple seconds, and then lightly comb it out. 3. Take the section on your right side, and twist your hair all the way down to the end. You want to twist counter-clockwise, toward your face. Wrap the right section in on itself, just like you're making a little bun. Let some of the hair stick out, it's ok (you don't want them to look like Princess Leia buns). 4. Pin the right bun in place. I like to use these mini bobby pins, since they're easier to hide and they're coated in rubber so they hold your hair better. 5. Next, twist the middle section clockwise and pin. Then twist the left section clockwise and pin. 6. Spray the three buns with a little more hairspray, and you're done!
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Halo Hair: Works best on second day hair 1) spray your roots with a texturizing spray to give it some hold. 2) Get a small headband, and place it around your head where you want the halo to go.  3) starting from the front, begin wrapping and tucking small sections of hair around the headband working your way to the back. Pin any pieces that stick out with a bobby pin and finish with hairspray. by graciela
graciela
graciela Halo Hair: Works best on second day hair 1) spray your roots with a texturizing spray to give it some hold. 2) Get a small headband, and place it around your head where you want the halo to go. 3) starting from the front, begin wrapping and tucking small sections of hair around the headband working your way to the back. Pin any pieces that stick out with a bobby pin and finish with hairspray.
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How To: Triple Twisted Buns | Turn gym hair into beachy post-workout waves | 1. Section hair and create 3 low ponytails. For added texture, spray with Aussie Total Miracle 7N1 Dry Shampoo • 2. Twist the ponytail and wrap it around the elastic, pin in place • 3. Repeat with the other two ponytails & finish with Sun-Touched Shine Hi Hold Hi Shine Hairspray. by marcia
marcia
marcia How To: Triple Twisted Buns | Turn gym hair into beachy post-workout waves | 1. Section hair and create 3 low ponytails. For added texture, spray with Aussie Total Miracle 7N1 Dry Shampoo • 2. Twist the ponytail and wrap it around the elastic, pin in place • 3. Repeat with the other two ponytails & finish with Sun-Touched Shine Hi Hold Hi Shine Hairspray.
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works best on second day hair 1) spray your roots with a texturizing spray to give it some hold. 2) Get a small headband, and place it around your head where you want the halo to go.  3) starting from the front, begin wrapping and tucking small sections of hair around the headband working your way to the back. Pin any pieces that stick out with a bobby pin and finish with hairspray. by graciela
graciela
graciela works best on second day hair 1) spray your roots with a texturizing spray to give it some hold. 2) Get a small headband, and place it around your head where you want the halo to go. 3) starting from the front, begin wrapping and tucking small sections of hair around the headband working your way to the back. Pin any pieces that stick out with a bobby pin and finish with hairspray.
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Pull bangs into a poof. Pull hair back into a messy bun, with a few pieces (enough to braid) left out. Braid the pieces, bobby pin them down. Hairspray, and you're done! Literally took 5 minutes! by graciela
graciela
graciela Pull bangs into a poof. Pull hair back into a messy bun, with a few pieces (enough to braid) left out. Braid the pieces, bobby pin them down. Hairspray, and you're done! Literally took 5 minutes!
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notes to self (my variation): tie the upper half with an elastic band into ponytail 1; grab all hair into ponytail 2 and tie with another elastic band at the very end of ponytail; take ponytail 2, create a hole in the ponytail, pull 2 through and secure with pins; take the sides of the loop and pin up like she does in the video by angeline
angeline
angeline notes to self (my variation): tie the upper half with an elastic band into ponytail 1; grab all hair into ponytail 2 and tie with another elastic band at the very end of ponytail; take ponytail 2, create a hole in the ponytail, pull 2 through and secure with pins; take the sides of the loop and pin up like she does in the video
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Hairstyle Tutorial: Vintage braided bun boho. ( Twist hair up and secure into bun. Start braiding a section a hair from the front of your head, bring the braid back, cross head and wrap around bun. Do the same thing on the other side of your head, secure braids with bobby pins. Decorate bun with flowers, clips, or ribbons). by Lyndairish
Lyndairish
Lyndairish Hairstyle Tutorial: Vintage braided bun boho. ( Twist hair up and secure into bun. Start braiding a section a hair from the front of your head, bring the braid back, cross head and wrap around bun. Do the same thing on the other side of your head, secure braids with bobby pins. Decorate bun with flowers, clips, or ribbons).
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Separate a small triangle of hair from the center of your forehead to about the midway point at the crown of your head. "Give it a few twists, flip it over, and secure at the crown with bobby pins before spraying TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Finishing Spray to set the style," says Peña. - MarieClaire.com by eve
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eve Separate a small triangle of hair from the center of your forehead to about the midway point at the crown of your head. "Give it a few twists, flip it over, and secure at the crown with bobby pins before spraying TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Finishing Spray to set the style," says Peña. - MarieClaire.com
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How to curl your hair in tight spiral curls with a regular curling iron in a few easy steps! 1) take a small section of your hair 2) hold your curling iron so the barrel is pointing downward 3) starting from the top, begin to wrap your hair around the outside of the barrel 4) hairspray & repeat! by IvyNut
IvyNut
IvyNut How to curl your hair in tight spiral curls with a regular curling iron in a few easy steps! 1) take a small section of your hair 2) hold your curling iron so the barrel is pointing downward 3) starting from the top, begin to wrap your hair around the outside of the barrel 4) hairspray & repeat!
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Chalking. Roll soft chalk pastels like these ones onto one small, twisted section of your locks at a time. Wet your hair before you begin if you have darker hair or want the color to last through several washes. by dianne
dianne
dianne Chalking. Roll soft chalk pastels like these ones onto one small, twisted section of your locks at a time. Wet your hair before you begin if you have darker hair or want the color to last through several washes.
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bobby pin bangs back in a poof...then pull back hair in high ponytail. on the third twist pulling through stop half way and leave a bun. Long pieces of hair that are left pull around the front and start pinning them down. pull out hair here and there for the cute messy look. by graciela
graciela
graciela bobby pin bangs back in a poof...then pull back hair in high ponytail. on the third twist pulling through stop half way and leave a bun. Long pieces of hair that are left pull around the front and start pinning them down. pull out hair here and there for the cute messy look.
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bobby pin bangs back in a poof…then pull back hair in high ponytail. on the third twist pulling through stop half way and leave a bun. Long pieces of hair that are left pull around the front and start pinning them down. pull out hair here and there for the cute messy look. by graciela
graciela
graciela bobby pin bangs back in a poof…then pull back hair in high ponytail. on the third twist pulling through stop half way and leave a bun. Long pieces of hair that are left pull around the front and start pinning them down. pull out hair here and there for the cute messy look.
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