Narnian Tieback | Beginner DIY

Hey everyone!

I loved the Narnia series as a kid. This hairstyle is a great DIY because it’s quick, pretty, and gets those annoying front strands out of your face.


These two statements seem unrelated…until I watched the Prince Caspian movie and discovered that Lucy Pevensie wears a hairstyle similar to the one I’m showing you today!

Items needed: clip/small rubber hair tie

Difficulty: Easy

Time: 2-3 minutes

Step-by-step instructions:

1. ) Part your hair in the middle. Pick up a section of hair from one side, then another one, just underneath

2.)  Twist them around each other until you’ve got plenty of twist to go round your head.

3.) Do the same on the other side. Join the two twists together and secure with a clip or a hair tie.

That’s all you need to do! This hairstyle is so quick – it’s great for those mornings I’m dashing out to Mass kinda late.


Variation: If the start is looking a bit complicated, you could try this instead.

1.) Take one section of hair and split it in two.

2.) Twist the strands round each other, away from your face so that they’ll sit nicely. Just repeat on the other side, join them together and secure!

The end product is only marginally different from the look I showed you above. 😉

And there you have it – a style fit for Queen Lucy the Valiant! A big thank you to Clare for her beautiful final-look photography. ❤ This post wouldn’t look as great without you!



And here’s a couple more pictures, just for the gorgeous photography…


Let me know what you thought of the tutorial in the comments below, and tell us if you’d like to see more hairstyles like this hereAlso, remember you can take our survey which is super quick & easy. 😉 I hope you all have a lovely rest-of-the-week. 🙂

4 thoughts on “Narnian Tieback | Beginner DIY

    1. Thank you! Yeah, it is a pretty quick and easy hairstyle – hope it works for you! God bless you too. 🙂

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