2017 Survey results

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
  • Plaits
  • 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.
  • Everything!

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! 🙂


Which Hairstyle? (Poll)

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:

5 - Copy

#3-This hairstyle:

#4-This hairstyle:

or #5-this one:

The Poll is multi-choice and you can also repeat vote. 😉

The voting will end on the 20th of Jan.

Top 10 tutorials of 2017

Happy New Year everyone!! Here are our top ten tutorials of 2017!

#1: DIY Overnight Curls/Waves

#2: 3 DIY hairdos for short hair

#3: Hat Hair! (3 Easy DIY Baseball Cap Hairstyles)

#4: My Favorite Messy Bun (NO bobby pins!)

#5: Double french braided ponytail/sport hairstyles

#6:Rope Twisted Updo

#7: Waterfall Twist & Reverse Fishtail

#8:3 Minute Fancy Updo!

#9:Diy Waterfall Braid

#10:DIY fishtail braid (video)

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

#4 Q&A-How to get rid of split ends without having a hair cut?

Therese asked: “Any info on how to get rid of split ends without actually having a hair cut?

Answer: First off, let’s talk about a few  causes of split ends.

  1. Split ends are more common among women who have long hair. (but you don’t have to have long hair to get them; trust me! 😉 )
  2. Split ends occur when hair follicles become dry, brittle, and lose their protective outer layer.
  3.  Roughly brushing your hair, especially when you have big knots will cause breakage, and aka. split ends.
  4. Don’t rub a towel over your hair to dry it.

A couple of things you can do to counteract split ends:

  1.  Brush you hair as gently as possible at all times; if you have a really bad knot it might be better to just wash your hair altogether and add plenty of conditioner to the knotted area.
  2. Use a wide-tooth comb in the shower whenever possible, and remember to always be gentle with your hair.
  3. Only brush your hair when you have to. There is actually no need to brush you hair each day when you get out of bed, sometimes just running your fingers through the worst of you hair is enough.

Now, to fix those nasty split ends without actually going to the hairdressers….

One thing I read about a while ago is (I don’t remember what they called it 😀 ) , but basically what you do when you see split ends in you hair (instead of picking at it ect.) you get a pair of hair cutting scissors, and just trim off the part that is split. But remember not to use any sort of regular scissors all they will damage your hair even further. I found a reasonably priced pair of trimming scissors at Woolworths. So I’m sure you could easily find some at your supermarket or grocery store ect.

Another things that can help repair your ends, is to apply some sort of hair oil on the ends of your hair every day. Argan oil is great, but coconut oil will also work well (but don’t use too much of that or your hair won’t absorb it all 😉 )

Sabrina also had a few tips to add:  Use leave in conditioner when brushing out your hair because it adds a little bit more protection for your hair.

Limit heat styling and use hair masks and/or coconut oil (which Clare mentioned ;)) to strengthen your hair.

Also protect your hair while sleeping, so put it in a loose bun or braid it, to prevent breakage. I also read that protecting your hair from the sun helps. Like using a hat or spraying in a sunscreen leave in conditioner.

Back to Clare 😉 : All that said, if you have really long hair, getting a centimeter or two off the ends wouldn’t look much different, but would help your hair out a lot.

And there you go, I hope this post was helpful, leave a comment below on what you favourite hair care tips are!

Dutch fishtail braid

I apologize that this is a bit of a rushed post, I would have made a video to go with this one, but due to internet ect. I wasn’t able to.. Hopefully you like it!

I can’t begin to tell you all how much I love this braid, it just looks so awesome! I’m going to show you how to create a dutch fishtail braid, with my cousin modelling for me again. Now it can be a quite time consuming braid, but the end result is totally worth it in my opinion! 😉

You could also do this as a side braid, into a ponytail (I’ve done it a few times for sport) or you could completely braid it all the way down the side.

Items needed: brush, 1 hair tie, hairspray and bobby pins {if desired}.

Time:10-15 minutes

Skill level: Hard

Step-by-step instructions:

  1. Pick up a section of hair at the front of the hair, and divide it into two halves.
  2. Take a small piece from the right section, cross it underneath and add it to the left section.
  3. Next, take a small piece from the left section, cross it underneath, adding it into the right section.
  4. Cross a section from the right underneath to the left and then pick up a section of hair, crossing it underneath and adding it into the previously crossed section. This  is the same as doing a dutch braid where hair is brought in. The two main sections is how the fishtail effect is created.
  5.  Next cross a section from the right underneath to the left, bring in a section, crossing it under as well.
  6.  Now repeat steps 2 -5 crossing sections underneath and bring in hair until all of the hair is incorporated into the braid.
  7.  When all the hair is brought in, finish in a regular reverse fishtail braid.
  8.  Tie off the end with a hair elastic.
  9. Now, gently loosen the edges of the braid by pulling the edges of the braid. This creates the big, full braid that looks awesome!
  10. Add hairspray if desired.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Remember to leave a comment below, we love hearing from you all.  If you found the written instructions difficult to follow, leave a comment to let me know, and I will see about making a video tutorial for you! 😉

5 Minute Formal Updo

Hey everyone! Clare here today. I know quite a few of you are probably anticipating the 4 strand braid tutorial you all voted for, I’m hoping to have it up soon, possibly in my next tutorial, so keep an eye out for that! Now onto today’s hairstyle…

I actually just came up with this style the other day, and was surprised at how quick it is to do! I got it down in about 5 minutes, which is pretty good considering the formal look it has! For a fancier look you could definitely add some curls before styling, but it honestly will look great either way!

As always with new styles you’re trying out, especially fancy ones, make sure to give it a few trial runs before the actual day you want to wear it. Trying out a brand new hairstyle 10 minutes before you head out the door is not exactly the best idea… 😉

Items needed: 1-2 hair ties, a handful of bobby pins, (hairspray & spin-pins are optional)

Time:4-8 minutes (depending on your hair)

Skill level: Easy

Step-by-step instructions:

  1.  Begin with your hair down and parted to one side (you could do a middle part too, but I think side part’s look better for this style).
  2. Now section off a a bit of hair from the top of the part, to just behind the ear on either side..
  3. Put those out of the way for a second, and gather the remaining hair into a ponytail at the back of your head..
  4. Next, twist the hair in the ponytail up into a bun, use bobby pins to secure..
  5. Now take the hair from the right side of the head and slowly begin to twist the hair, starting at roots, (hopefully the video explains this better)…
  6. Once you have the twist done, lay it over the top of the bun and wrap the ends around to pin in place..
  7. Repeat steps 5-6 on the other side…
  8. Once you have the twists secured in place, go back and pin any of the bun to you liking, and gently pull on the crown to add more volume and lift..
  9. Add hairspray if desired..

And there you have this super simple, but elegant updo!

Let me know what you think in the comments (and I apologise for the lighting in the video.) I hope you all have a great rest of the week!


Oh, and one more thing, Seton Girls’ Hairstyles just hit over 4,000 views!! Our goal is to reach 5,000 by the 31st of December. You can help us reach this goal by telling all your friends about us, and subscribing! (we only need 8 more subscribers to reach 50!)