3 EASY HAIRSTYLES FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS
When shooting this tutorial I didn’t particularly think of it as a holiday hairstyle tutorial, I meant for it to be something easy and put together for work for example. But now that I look at them, they are also the perfect easy hairstyles for Easter Holidays that are soon approaching. Feel very free to dress them up with accessories.😉
Either you’re pressed for time in the morning before going to work, or if you have a million things to take care of before heading out to that Holiday party, the first two hairstyles will have you ready and out the door in no time! They have a more elegant flare. The third one is a little bit more time consuming, but nothing crazy! And you’ll be surprised how easy it is to do! I call it the faux looped crown braid.😉 If you’re in love with crown braids with a bohemian touch but find them difficult to do, this one is A MUST in your hair-drobe!
Easy hairstyles for Easter
Watch the video below to see the tutorial, or read the set-by-step below the video.
- Pick up a section in your crown, twist it a little with one hand, than place two fingers of the other hand over that section. Bring the twist over the two fingers and twist them once again until you form a loop. Secure this with a couple of bobby pins.
- Take additional sections from both sides and create similar loops right next to each other, so they appear unified. I did 5 loops, but feel free to do either less or more.
- Pick up a section in your crown and tie it with a clear elastic in the back.
- Make a hole right above the elastic and flip the ponytail over and through to create a topsy tail. Loosen up the twist by gently tugging on the edges.
- Pick up another section below on both sides and twist it away from your face. Tie both twists in the back, right below the first ponytail. Flip it over and through once more and loosen up those twists as well.
- If needed, pin both the upper and lower twists together.
- Create a similar loop to the ones in the previous hairstyle with the remaining hair.
- Similarly to how I created small ponytails all around my head in this Pull Through Crown Braid tutorial, I’m doing the same here, except I’m not pulling the hair all the way through the elastic the last time. In stead I’m creating small loops all around the head.
- The sections on the top will be smaller, but in the back of your head, part the hair from the top to the nape of the neck. This will allow you to have a nice shape and volume in the crown area.
- Pull out some hair to create volume in the crown.
- Intertwine the loops by twisting them together and pinning them in place with bobby pins.
- To finish off, hide the ends, or use them to fill in any gaps you might have. Use as many bobby pins as you need to secure everything in place as you like it.
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Which one of these looped updos is your favorite?
I’m leaving for Norway today, to visit my parents and I’ll be back after Easter. Unfortunately I won’t be able to bring my camera there this year, and since this may be my last blog post until then, I wanted to wish you Happy Holidays and happy hairstyling!😙🐣
Until next time lovely!