Bonus Post

Hey everyone! Today is a little bit of a bonus post where I’m going to share with you some of our older tutorials which we have on here that quite a few may have never even seen before! 😉

No. 1 The 3 Braid Combo:

I really enjoyed doing this braid, and would recommend checking it out if you haven’t already! 😉

No.2 Messy Braided Updo:

This was literally one of the first DIY tutorials I ever created, and it can easily be dressed up or down!

No.3 Twisted Half-up Hairstyle (By Sophia)

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“This is great for formal occasions, holiday parties, or for everyday!”

No. 4 Pull-through Braided Half-up Hairstyle for Short Hair (By Sabrina)

“One of the best things about this hairstyle is that it looks great on long hair as well, and you can dress it up or down.”

No. 5 Faux Twisted Updo:

This one is so much easier than it looks, and is really pretty! 😉

Remember you can find all our tutorial in the Gallery, and don’t forget to leave us your suggestions for what you’d like us to do for our one year anniversary here! Enjoy the rest of the weekend. And congratulations to all the Seton students (including Sophia) who are graduating this weekend!!

~Clare

Mermaid Braid (Bonus Post!)

Hey hey hey everybody! Today, I have this super beautiful hairstyle—modeled by my super beautiful sister!—that is super easy, and great for the Spring/Summer themes!

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Items needed: 3 elastics, hairbrush, hairspray, and bobby pins—if desired
Time: 10-15 minutes

Difficulty: medium

Alrighty! Let’s get to it!

1. To start, make sure that the hair is brushed, and if frizzy, I would recommend hairspraying it first.

2. To begin the mermaid braid, take a section of hair from the front, and bring to the back of the head. Then, begin a simple three-strand braid. Your hair should look something like this:
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3. Now, pancake the braid, then secure with an elastic.

4. Now pic up a section of hair on the left side of the head..

5. Then, begin to fishtail-braid the left section of hair. Pancake the braid, then secure with an elastic.

6.  Repeat steps 4-5 on right side. Your hair should now look something like this:

 

 

 

{Make sure that you leave behind a bit of hair with the three-stranded braid!}

7. Now, gather all the hair together and braid it into a plait (using the fishtail braids for your left and right sections, and the three-stranded braid/leftover hair for the middle)—while you are braiding, make sure you pull out the other elastics (if desired), that way you don’t see them in the final look. (;

8. Hairspray—if desired. Also, if there are any spots that seem to be needing some pinning, bobby pin to your desire!

And that’s all there is to it! I hope y’all enjoyed this gorgeous hairstyle!

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Happy Hairstyling!

❤ always: Emily