Hey there everyone! Emily here. Today, I gathered up a few of my favorite DIY hairstyles for y’all to enjoy! These are for all y’all who were asking for some hairstyles for short hair, but these hairdos work well on any length. So, these hairstyles should work on both short and long hair. 😉
~The first hairstyle I have to share with y’all is super duper simple. It doesn’t take up too much time, and I personally find it really cute. All you gotta do is follow the super simple steps below!
Gather a section of hair from the front of your head and bring it to the back of your head.
Begin to dutch braid the side of the head with more hair, to the back of the head (here, you can either pin the braid in place and leave the rest of your hair down, or you can continue to follow the steps).
Pull remaining hair back into ponytail.
Secure with hairband.
Go back and loosen the braid carefully, giving it a fuller and more messy look.–This step is completely optional! You don’t have to do this one.
Add hairspray as desired.
In the end, your hair should look something like this:
~And last but not least, the third hairstyle!
Pull hair back into a ponytail.
Tease hair, thus making it more voluminous.
Twist the hair into a messy bun.
Pin to your satisfaction/liking.
Add hairspray as desired.
This hairdo is one of my favorite go-to’s! Mainly because, it’s hard to do buns to my short hair, but this one actually works, and doesn’t look half-bad either. 😉
And that’s all there is to it! Three of my favourite DIY hairdos for short hair! 😀 Let me know what y’all think, which ones are your favourites, and if you’d like to see more hairstyles for short hair! Happy hairstyling, y’all!
Hey everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been a little behind in my posting, I’ve been away for the last 2 weeks, the posts should be back on schedule now!
For now I’d like to show you how to create the twisted updo that won the most votes in the recent poll, if you enjoyed getting to pick a tutorial like that, let me know down below!
I’m also sorry that an email got sent out on here today for a post (Feast of the Queenship of Mary craft day) that was meant to be on my family’s website https://catholichomeschoolaustralia.com . I’d forgotten to log out of my WordPress account, and some one else got on to re-blog something over there, but instead it ended up over here. I hope that clears that up 😉 …
Now onto the post, I really loved making this one up, it works great with curls for the base of the style. And can be created in just 3 minutes! Oh and since I’ve recently had my hair cut I would definitely say this could be a short hairstyle, well to be honest, as long as you can twist you hair into a bun, it can be suitable for any length! Let me know what you think of it!
I also think this is a great one to dress up or down, for a party, Mass, or just a day when you something a little more special in your hair. 😉
Time: just 3 minutes!
Skill level: Easy
Begin by having your hair down. (for the fancy version in the last picture, curl your hair before beginning.)
Now section of the left hand section for now…
Start twisting the hair on the right hand side till you get to the back of your neck. (see picture) Secure with and elastic.
Then repeat the same on the other side…..
Once you have both sections done, secure them together at the nape of the next, more to the right side….
Then twist the ponytail into a bun and secure with bobby pins.
Adjust the hairstyle to your liking, gently pulling on the hair around the crown will create more fullness and volume.
I hope you liked this easy updo! If you’d like to see more hairstyles like this, let me know in the comments. For any requests for tips, or other hairstyles, also comment below!
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Some days, you just feel like having an “everyday glam” type hairstyle, and other
days, you need to find some up-do that can be totally classy, or even have a cute,
messy style to it. The dutch flip-through is a perfect hairstyle for all of these
occasions. Once learnt, it’ll become a super fast and stylish hairstyle that you can
do for any occasion. This can totally be a DIY hairstyle as well.
Items needed: comb, 5 tiny hair elastics, 1 hair tie, 10 bobby pins (or as needed.)
Skill level: intermediate
Time needed: about 15 minutes
1. Using a comb, part your hair as desired. We decided on a side part, ending at
the crown of the head.
2.Where the part ends, (at about the crown of the head,) separate three section
of your hair, going from the end of the part to the top of your left ear and right ear.
You should now have three separate sections. The center section should naturally
be the largest of the three. Tie the center section into a low, secure, pony-tail.
3. Starting on the heavier side of your part (if you did a middle part, then just pick a
side,) pick up an inch section of hair. Split that section into three even sections and
begin a basic side dutch braid.
4. To do a basic side dutch braid, take the left strand of hair, and cross it under
the middle strand. The left strand should now be the new middle strand. Then,
grab the right strand and bring it under the new middle strand. Go back to the left
side, and gather a small section of hair and add it to the left strand and then cross
that section underneath the middle strand. A dutch braid is simply a “reverse” or
“inside-out” French braid: instead of braiding the strands over, you braid under.
Repeat for the right strand and keep repeating this process. (see video)
5. Once you have run out of pieces to add into your dutch braid, continue braiding
in a normal three-strand braid (continuing to bring the sections under the middle)
and secure with a small, clear elastic. Repeat steps #4 and #5 on the other section
of hair, and secure with another small clear elastic.
6. Go back to each braid and pancake them to make them look fuller and softer.
You can pancake a braid by gently tugging on the outer edges of your dutch braid.
7. Going to the pony-tail, loosen the hair tie by pulling it very slightly
(approximately 1/2 inch,) away from your head. There should now be a tiny bit of
space between your head and the hairband. Using both hands, create a hole
between the hair tie and your head. Make sure the hole does not go all the way
through. (You should not be able to put your fingers through it.)
8. Then, flip your pony-tail upwards and stuff the entire ponytail it into the hole you
just made. It may take awhile, but don’t worry about it looking perfect or making
sure all your layers are in. Also, don’t worry about covering the hair tie. The most
important thing to remember is to not press down into the hole too hard, because
then you’ll end up with a flip-through pony-tail. This part of the style may take
some practice, but once it is learnt, it is very simple to do. Add two bobby pins to
help secure. You should now have the base of your up-do. (see video)
9. Grab one of your dutch braids and cross it over the hair you have just tucked.
Bobby pin in place. Grab the second braid and cross it over the hair you tucked–
this time slightly lower, to cover the hair tie. Bobby pin in place.
10. Bobby pin any layers that are out of place. Accessorize as desired.
The dutch flip-through is a really great hairstyle for formal events, or–with a little
more pancaking–would make a super cute everyday up-do. The flip-through up-do
part of this hairstyle could also be worn on its own, without the dutch braids. This
flip through up-do is a great technique, since, once mastered, you can put your
hair up and off your neck using only one band!
Hey there all you lovely people! It’s so wonderful to see y’all around!
Today I am sharing my favorite messy bun style!
Ironically, messy buns can be quite a challenge. But, after trying numerous techniques and borrowing some ideas here and there, I have finally come up with my own method, which I think results in a beautiful and versatile messy bun! The best part? NO bobby pins necessary!
Here is a quick tutorial of how I do it!
Super simple. Just twist and secure! It may take some practice attempts, but the result is totally worth it! Personally, I will usually loosen things up around my face as well, just to make the overall look a bit softer.
This hairstyle is my staple, go-to, get-this-hair-off-my-face, style, but I also love playing around with it for more casual, or even dressy occasions.
Now, I know I said this style requires no bobby pins, and 95% of the time I would not use any for it, (it’s also super secure for me) but, as always, feel free to use a few as needed to tweak things to your liking.
Don’t you just love that polished, yet effortless look??
This technique is perfect to use for high, low, or middle buns, although low and side messy buns are definitely my favorite. 😉
Let me know what you think and leave any suggestions for future styles in the comments below…