Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Back to school easy hair tutorial!

Hi everyone!
As much as hate talking about going back to school, i thought that it would be helpful to share some ideas on how to style your hair, and what makeup to wear for going back to school. So i am going to show you one of my favourite ways to get big, textured hair, but looking cute!

I do this all the time and it is very easy! So you want to start my either washing your hair, or just spraying water on it from a spray bottle until your hair is very damp, but not dripping wet.

Brush through your hair. Next depending on the thickness of your hair you want to put it in sections, i put it in to 4 sections because i have thick hair, sometimes i do 8, it depends on how wavy want it, the more sections the wavier hair. So when you have it in your desired sections, you want to start braiding them very tightly and tie them off of at the end.

Then you can either spray hairspray on them and hold the hair dryer on them to dry them or, leave it over night to dry naturally, its up to you but i normally just leave it overnight.

Katniss woooo!!

Then in the morning or when they are dry you want to take the braids out and brush through your hair, then to add a little something i like the braid my fringe and bobbie pin it back. And your done!!

You will end up with big volumised wavy textured hair witch looks very cute for school, and you don't have to worry about using heat on your hair so it doesn't get damaged!

So thank you for reading, i hope this was helpful at all, if you want me to do more back to school post let me know, and please follow to stay updated for more, bye!



  1. I do this all the time so easy & quick x

  2. Hey, I really like your blog so I have tagged you for the Liebster Award

  3. it looks really beautiful. i gotta try it :)

  4. good sharing!
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