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Friday, January 30, 2009

Double twists

Another rather simple style. You could just as easily pull each side into one full ponytail or two ponytails.

I have found that when twisting the hair back like this, if you make your first twists go up towards the crown and then do the final twist to the ground, they don't flip by the end of the day. Does that make sense or do I need to add arrows?

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Cascading Curls

Low Pony

I parted the hair down the middle. This doesn't have to be perfect - just kind of loose looking. I twisted one half of the pony tail.
Twist the other half, also. 
Bring them together in a pony tail with an elastic. 
Grab a piece from the pony & wrap it around the elastic so you can't see the elastic. 
I use a clear elastic at the very bottom of the wrap to hold it in. It works great & you can pull the hair down over the clear elastic to cover it up. 
You can curl the pony or just leave it as is. 

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Lovely Curly Updo with Veil

Courtesy of Bama Bride

Baby Do's. Two and a half ponytails?

YAY! A fresh head of hair to add to my arsenal. People ask how my kids hold so still when I do their hair. Simple answer is I do it from the time they are babies. When this one hit a year, her hair started growing and it is getting super thick in the back. Could someone tell that to her front and sides?

Usually I do one or two piggies on top, but as they get a bit older and can sit for a bit longer, I get a bit more creative.

This one is basically a triangle in the front of the hair pulled into a ponytail. I parted her hair from the point of the triangle in the back down and made yet another triangle. I pulled that together and added the first ponytail. THEN I did another part on the other side and did JUST that into a ponytail. Sometimes I add bows. Okay, usually I add bows, but today I wanted just the color from the elastics.

And yes, I did curl her hair with a flat iron. Her hair is SUPER straight and if I don't, we get fly aways all day.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Out the door in sixty seconds

Well. Sort of.

If your life is anything like mine has been lately, your kids are lucky if they get a comb ran through their hair and a barrette. Quite honestly, this third kid has made me a complete and total crazy! Mornings are SO much harder than it was when I had just two. Three people to get ready means I don't even shower til 3:00pm, if even then.

This is one of those hairstyles that adds a touch of simplicity. Normally, we don't do the curls and I just curl it under, but this morning went a bit more smooth than most and she was so excited to have curls. Isn't that sad? My kid feels neglected when I don't curl her hair. Poor baby! Rough life that middle child has.

For this you simply part the hair in the middle and make two little ponytails on either side of the part. So simple her dad could do it...maybe.

Oops...gotta go! The baby just gagged on a piece of cereal and threw up on her high chair...remember what I said about simpicity? Yeah...

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Chignon With Birdcage Veil

another INSIDE-OUT frenchbraid

Part the hair from one side down to the ear. Inside-Out frenchbraid this section. 
Section the next piece going the opposite direction & also Inside-Out french braid this. 
Pull the hair into pigtails, adding the french braids into the ponies. 
Braid the piggies. 
Pull them together at the end with an elastic. 
Add some bows where the elastics are for where the pigtails start. 
& you are finished!!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Lots of Braids

I've had a lot of requests to do a tutorial on the inside-out french braid - so be looking for it especially since this one has lots of braids in it. 

I think the inside-out french braid is much easier than a regular french braid & looks much cuter. Here's what we came up with today:
Part the hair & begin braiding from the side.  This picture doesn't it show it very good but I didn't braid all the way down. On the right side, the underneath is down so that it can be pulled into a pony. 
I did four sections. I've done this before & I did 5 sections - so however many you need. You can see better in this the hair that is left down on the right side. 
Pull it all up into a side pony. 
Braid the hair - I did this once again in 4 sections - but however you would like. 
Front view: of course with a finger near the mouth. Add your cute bow. 
back view:

Monday, January 19, 2009

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

In honor of the day, we present a hairstyle from the woman behind the man.

Coretta Scott King accepting the Medal of Freedom from President Jimmy Carter.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

a side pony

I'm on a really easy hairdo thing this week. Hope you guys think it's easy enough & like it:
Start by sectioning the hair starting at the bottom & adding your elastic. 
Section the next part & cross the lower piggie into it. 
make it all the way to the top, ending at a side pony. 
I curled the pony & added a bow. 

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Update on Legislation

As many of you have heard...especially all 48 of you who have taken the time to e-mail me and tell me my information was incorrect, some in a not-so-nice way...they have added a "clarification" to the legislation that keeps second hand retailers safe. I read through the original bill, and there was nothing that mentioned second-hand retailers or consignment stores.

This clarification was released on January 8th. I posted on January 5th. At the time of my posting, no current specifications had been made and there are still quite a few holes that need to be filled.

I still maintain my position that products need to be checked at the source and the price shouldn't be passed on to consumers. I also believe that the government should specify information in the first place so citizens feel secure in their business and economics. To pass a bill that had so many questions and was so vague is very harmful. One can only wonder how many more clarifications will have to be made.

No more hate mail. Please.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Loose, Messy Piggies

So here's another EASY hair do today. This can be done with either short or long hair. 
I started by pulling the front back in a triangle shape. Add your elastic. 
Put the rest into piggies. I defused it just a little bit to give it more volume but it can be straight too. 
Just bunch the hair up, as shown, and add your elastic. Leave some of the hair underneath hanging so it looks loose. 
Add a bow - I added it to the first elastic instead of the 2 piggies just to change things up. 
Use your fingers to spread the bun out more. Spray to hold. That's all it is. Really simple.