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Let's Try Some Hair Styles (:


schiro:

Hair bow! :D

Took me forever, but it turned out beautifully! (:

schiro:

Hair bow! :D

Took me forever, but it turned out beautifully! (:


Hello followers! (:

Today I decided to do some natural looking curls with a curling wand!

The wand that I used is a Remington T Studio Pearl Ceramic Curling Wand in the large size. I got it for Christmas and I absolutely love it! It’s bigger so it doesn’t allow the curls to get to tight which is a must for a more natural look. I have tried some smaller wands and the results are less natural and more perm like. So if you’re wanting tighter curls then go for the smaller size! (:

But anyway! This style was really easy to achieve. It only took my about twenty minutes to curls all of my hair (and I have a lot of hair so…). I first sectioned off my hair from my ears up and curled that section, then I divided the remaining hair in half and curled that, then I parted my hair and curled the rest. 

It’s pretty important that you use a curling wand to get these more natural looking curls. If you used an iron with a clip the curls look flatter.

Never used a curling wand before? Not sure if you want to buy one? Use your iron like a wand and wrap the hair around the barrel (not using the clip at all) for a similar effect! (:

Well I hope you can all try out this hairstyle and that you like it as much as I did! I had already typed all of this out and then Tumblr had some sort of error and deleted my post! And now I have to rush to work so I will proof read later. :p

Have a wonderful day!

- Valerie


Hey! I’m Valerie, and I’m not embarrassed to say that I spend a majority of my free time watching hair tutorials. But like a lot of people who watch these videos, I feel like I never get the style exactly right, it falls out within minutes, I can’t do it all together, or it’s just too time consuming to feasibly do for everyday wear. So I decided to start a blog where I would try out different hair styles I find online (and show you some I already know and love) and see how do- able they really are. I hope to give some advice and let you all know how to best complete a hairstyle with minimal frustration because, trust me, I’ve been there. (:
So! Let’s get started!
I’ve been seeing the waterfall braid a lot lately, both on Tumblr and on other websites I often find myself browsing. I think it’s awesome because it’s really pretty, has a nice styled yet effortless look to it, and you can wear it a variety of ways. I started practicing this braid as a way to pull back my bangs on one side of my face, and after a bit of practice I decided I was ready to extend it a little further. So this is what I came up with! When I do it again I think I’m going to try to keep it a little tighter, especially at the end where there’s a bit of a bump, and slope it further down rather than keeping it straight across. But overall I like this hairstyle! It took me about five minutes for the braid itself (and about twenty minutes to take the picture -___-) and the curls were done yesterday with a curling wand.
How do you like it?  Would you try it on yourself? Any questions? (:

Hey! I’m Valerie, and I’m not embarrassed to say that I spend a majority of my free time watching hair tutorials. But like a lot of people who watch these videos, I feel like I never get the style exactly right, it falls out within minutes, I can’t do it all together, or it’s just too time consuming to feasibly do for everyday wear. So I decided to start a blog where I would try out different hair styles I find online (and show you some I already know and love) and see how do- able they really are. I hope to give some advice and let you all know how to best complete a hairstyle with minimal frustration because, trust me, I’ve been there. (:

So! Let’s get started!

I’ve been seeing the waterfall braid a lot lately, both on Tumblr and on other websites I often find myself browsing. I think it’s awesome because it’s really pretty, has a nice styled yet effortless look to it, and you can wear it a variety of ways. I started practicing this braid as a way to pull back my bangs on one side of my face, and after a bit of practice I decided I was ready to extend it a little further. So this is what I came up with! When I do it again I think I’m going to try to keep it a little tighter, especially at the end where there’s a bit of a bump, and slope it further down rather than keeping it straight across. But overall I like this hairstyle! It took me about five minutes for the braid itself (and about twenty minutes to take the picture -___-) and the curls were done yesterday with a curling wand.

How do you like it?  Would you try it on yourself? Any questions? (:


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