Triple Braided Top Knot

Hey everyone! It’s Clare today, showing you how to create this pretty half up style! I was inspired to create this style after watching a tutorial the other day which was  a triple bun top knot. It was really pretty, so I thought why not create my own version, but plait the sections before twisting them into buns! 😉

I do apologise for the indoor pictures-we have 46km winds at the moment.. so taking the pics outside wasn’t really an option. 😀

I think this is one of those hairstyles that could really be dressed up or down and still look great. Plus, top knot, half ups, are really in right now, and this is a way to make yours look different from everyone else’s. 😉

Items needed: 3 small rubber hair bands, & handful of bobby pins.

Time:8-10 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

 

And there you have the Triple Braided Top Knot! I hope you liked this tutorial, please feel free to leave any feedback, comments, or questions you might have down below.

Also, what did you think of my video? What would you like to see improve in future ones?

Enjoy the rest of your week! 🙂

Half-up crown braid

Hey everyone, Clare here. I hope you all are having a great week!

Sorry this isn’t a DIY hairstyle, I haven’t had much time to do hairstyles on myself lately. However this hairstyle is totally DIY friendly. 😉 😉

I hope you like it!

This hairstyle will work for almost any length of hair, so give it a try and let me know if it worked for you! 🙂

 

Skill level: medium

Time: 5-10 minutes (depending on your hair)

Items needed: 1 comb, 1 small rubber hair elastic, a handful of bobby pins.

Step-by-step- instructions:

  1.  Begin by sectioning off the bottom half of the hair..
  2.  Make a small part in the middle at the the top of the head..
  3. Begin dutch braiding the hair round the head..
  4. When you get to around the ear, stop taking hair from the bottom….
  5. keep going, only taking hair from the top half, (you will be doing a lace dutch braid)..
  6. Once you run out of hair finish off the braid with a normal plait..
  7. Secure the ends with an elastic..
  8. Now take the ends of the braid, and pin around underneath the braid to finish off the crown braid look..
  9. Pancake the braid by gently tugging on the edges of the braid…
  10. And you’re done!

There you have the half-up crown braid, I hope you liked this tutorial. Leave a comment below if you have any questions ect.