- Say you were going to braid all of your hair but it won’t stay in place, what you can do is get a water spray bottle and fill it with water and a small amount of conditioner, then shake it up, then spray all over your hair before braiding so it’s easier to brush through.
- If you’re braiding or styling dry hair add a little bit of mouse into your hair to help the braid hold, then hairspray once you’ve finished.
- Another tip to keep your braids secure is to try braiding as tightly as you can and then loosen it when you’re done. 😉
I’m happy to announce that we have just reached over 50 subscribers!! And now…
Here are the results from the recent survey that was taken here on SGH!
#1- Which hairstyles do you want to see?
35% voted for more DIY hairstyles
29% of you chose the ‘other’ option saying that you wanted:
- Some hairstyles with headbands
- Hairstyles for short/medium hair.
- Maybe you guys could give some suggestions on different ways you can get your hair cut, or ways to grow out your hair really fast.
- More half-up hairstyles.
- Some hairstyles with flat irons.
- Maybe more heat-less overnight curls.
- More curly styles.
18% voted for more medium length hairstyles.
12% voted for more long hairstyles.
and 6% voted for more short hairstyles.
#2-How often do you think we should post tutorials?
76% voted to have tutorials once a week like we already do.
12% voted for tutorials twice every week.
and 12% voted for tutorials every day.
#3-What things would you like to see improve for Seton Girls’ Hairstyles in 2018?
Most of you gave similar answers such as to just keep doing what we’re doing, or nothing at all, it’s good/perfect the way it is.. thank you so much for your responses! 😉
You also asked for more:
- Hair care tips & tricks
- Videos & pictures
- Curly styles
#4-What are your favourite things about Seton Girls’ Hairstyles?
Here are some of the responses:
- You show clear, easy instructions for hairstyles I would never think to try! And you include pictures and videos to make it that much easier!
- I love learning how to do all the different kinds of braids. So far, I’ve only mastered the french braid, but hopefully soon I can accomplish the dutch braid. 🙂
- I love doing more different hairstyles for me besides a bun or braid and this is the perfect site!!
- I love the layout of the site, and especially love the braid and updo tutorials. 😉
- How easy they are & the creativity.
- Your website is very pretty, and you make the tutorials so easy!
- I really like all the variety of hairstyles you girls have.
- Seeing the creativity.
- Learning new hairstyles.
We’re to happy to know that you consider our tutorials so easy, and that you love our site. Thanks so much for your positive feedback!!
#5- How did you find SGH?
Most of you answered either a friend or several other things.
#6-Which tutorials do you like best? (The answers were Video, Step-by-step pictures, or clearly explained written instructions.)
47% voted for video tutorials
47% voted for Step-by-step picture tutorials
and 6% voted for clearly explained written instructions
It’s quite obvious that people both like video tutorials and step-by-step picture tutorials the most, so we will try to only have one of those options in our tutorials from now on! 🙂
And that’s the end of the survey results! Thank you so much for those of you that took it, and please don’t hesitate to add anything else in the comments down below!!!
We’re launching a new campaign to reach out to more people-you can help by emailing, sharing, or telling at least 5 of your friends about Seton Girls’ Hairstyles, encouraging them to subscribe and pass on the link ( https://setongirlshairstyles.com ) to 5 more of their friends ect. Thank you so much for your support! Enjoy the rest of your week! 🙂
Hey everyone, Clare here again. I’m was deciding on which tutorial I should do next week, when I thought why not let you girls decide this time? 🙂
So here are the choices (some taken from the suggestions in Hairstyle Requests ):
#1- Easy messy buns
#2- Five ways to wear the half-up bun:
or #5-this one:
The Poll is multi-choice and you can also repeat vote. 😉
The voting will end on the 20th of Jan.
Happy New Year everyone!! Here are our top ten tutorials of 2017!
Have a great New Years Eve! See you all in 2018!!
Wow!! I can’t even believe it! 5,000 views! When Emma and I started SGH back in June, I had no idea this would do so well so fast! Seriously all of us here on the SGH team have all of you to thank for this. We all can’t even describe how much joy it brings us to share the gift of hairstyling with you all. We really would not be able to do it without you. A HUGE “thank you” to all of our viewers who make SGH possible!
-Clare, Emma, Maria, Emily, Sophia, and Sabrina < 3
One of my first posts on here was Basic wand curls . All I had was one picture, and then written instructions. I guess it’s probably not so hard to follow when you have really long hair like I did then. But I’ve found ever since I cut my hair back in July, (I got quite a few inches off, and some layers) that it was much harder for me to curl my hair and get a good result. For a while when I had long hair I would just use my basic 19mm wand (because I could do big sections and it curled tightly, so it was much quicker).
Suffice it to say, the first time I attempted to curl my hair with that wand after I cut my hair, was a complete disaster. (I ended up creating the 3 minute fancy updo out of that mess actually 😀 )
Anyway, back on track. 😛 I realised I needed to go back to using my other wand (babyliss pro conical curling wand 32mm-19mm) (which I used in my original wand curl post), and let me tell you, the results improved immediately after that.
I’ve read in many different places that this type of wand in particular works really well for short-medium length hair (it works well for long hair too of course 😉 ) so hopefully this tutorial will appeal to those of you with short hair! 😉
So, here is the way I’m currently curling my medium length hair….
Items needed: curling wand, curling mouse (though it is optional) and hairspray (if desired.)
Skill level: easy-medium
Time: 15-20 minutes (it really depends on the length of your hair)
- Begin by sectioning off the top half of your hair..
- Once your wand has heated up to the correct temperature, grab a medium-small section (though not too thin, or they won’t work properly) and start to wrap the hair around the wand, try not to twist too tightly, but at the same time make sure the hair has a slight twist to it on the wand…
- Hold hair on the wand for around 15 seconds or so, then gently let the hair fall of the wand into your hand, let the curl cool in you hand for a couple of seconds and the release…
- Basically repeat steps 2-3 all over you head. If you have short hair I would recommend gently tugging on the curl after you release it to make sure they don’t become too tight…
- Once you have your whole head curled, very carefully and gently run your fingers through your curls and then add hairspray if desired. Or I actually put a small amount of curling mouse in my palm, rubbed my hands together, and then used that to smooth some of the frizz ect.
- And then your done!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, these curls would be great for a party or anything really! 😉 😛
Let me know if you have any questions ect, in the comments.
Hey hey hey, everyone! Wow, I feel as though I haven’t posted anything in….forever, haha! I’ve been gone for a while on vacation, and I have to be honest, I never quite found the time to post any new hairstyles I came across. So, I sincerely apologize for taking such a long time. 😉 Anywho! The other day, my sister wanted something done to her hair. And, she actually has quite short hair.
So, what she wanted done to her hair we actually found another tutorial version on Pinterest. So, yes, this wasn’t entirely my idea. 😉 However, I did fix it up to my own liking, so it is not exact to the said person’s tutorial. I can’t seem to find where that tutorial is, so sorry that you won’t be seeing the other girl’s version. Alrighty then! Let’s get started!
~Oh, and I think it only fair to apologize right now for the somewhat poor quality of the photos. I have to be honest, neither myself nor my model were ready to go out into the below 30 weather (about -1 celsius) outside.;)
Items needed: Brush, hairspray, 3 rubber hair ties, and a handful of bobby pins.
Skill level: Easy
Time: around 10 minutes..
- Brush hair.
- Create the part down the middle of your head.
- Begin dutch-braiding one side of the head, to the back of the head. Secure with an elastic. Then do the same for the other side. There should be leftover hair, so don’t worry about that. 😉 This is roughly what you’re hair should look like now:
Word of advice: if you are doing this hairdo with short hair, I recommend hair spraying after each step. To ensure that the hairstyle will stay/hold longer. 😉
- Now, you’re going to pancake the braids. In other words, you’re going to pull the braids a bit–gently & carefully!!!–to make the braids look both thicker & messier.
- With the leftover hair, you’re going to pull the hair into a bun. Just the simple kind, don’t worry. Begin pulling it into a ponytail, stop halfway through the last pull. Your hair should look like this:
- Pull the braid through the opening of the small bun. Then do so with the other braid (coming through the other side).
- Now is the fun part. You get to bobby pin all the hair into a cute little bun. 😉 And that’s it! By now your hair should be a cute little fancy updo looking like this:
If you’re wanting a fancier approach, I highly recommend adding some sort of hairpin in there. 😉
And there you have it! Well, thank you everyone for reading! Please let me know what y’all thought! And how this style turned out for you! Remember, this hairstyle can be done with any length of hair! 😉
Happy hairstyling, y’all!