Wednesday, 20 February 2013

African American Updo Hairstyles For Prom 2013

African American Updo Hairstyles For Prom 2013

African American Updo Hairstyles For Prom 2013: Are you looking for a super easy hairstyle, perfect for lazy days? Well, just take a peek at these steps, learn how to style a braided headband and get ready to look fab!

Okay all you pretty girls out there! It's time to start having some fun trying cute, oh-so-flirty hairstyles! Well, when you're running late yet still feel the need to wear your hair in a cool way, this 'do is definitely worth trying. It's not just utterly gorgeous but it can be done in just two minutes. Yes, you can style a braided headband in no time and still look amazing! Famous bloggers show you how to do it step by step! We are definitely dying to try it!

African American Updo Hairstyles For Prom 2013: So, when it comes to achieving a braided headband, you can either try the version made by Jane Aldridge from, or opt instead for the one presented by Leyla from LuxyHair. Watch Leyla's tutorial, draw your inspiration and get ready to have a real hairstyling crush! We irremediably fell in love with this easy 'do! Wear it to your casual, daytime looks, to school or on a shopping spree, or to more special events! It works great!

What do you do when you just feel like trying something different for your hair yet you have only 5 minutes to get ready? If you ever find yourself in this situation, remember that a braided headband might be the answer to your dilemma. Yes, we are pretty excited to share with you this quick and easy 'do that can transform your appearance in seconds. It is simple yet it looks gorgeous!

Jane Aldridge from made the version with one small section of hair taken below the ear, braided and wrapped around your head. Make sure you don't braid it too tight! Next, pin it on the opposite side of your head so that it blends in naturally with the rest of your hair. Super, super easy yet beautiful and fab! Have a nosey!

African American Updo Hairstyles For Prom 2013: Well, you can also awe people around you with Leyla's version. Before you start making the headband, you can use the curling iron in order to get some dreamy, messy waves! Next, take two lower hair sections from both sides of your head, behind your ears, and braid. Secure them with small elastics. Then, pull each braid to the opposite side of your head. Secure with bobby pins. You can leave your bangs out or hide them! It's your choice! Either way, you'll totally win the spotlight!


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