3 easy hairstyles, which at the same time are super elegant and it will also take very little to do. (3 easy, elegant, and quick hairstyles)
It’s always good to have a good wardrobe, right? Those garments that never go out of style and that more than once take your leg out of the mud, garments that are easy to combine …
But what am I doing now talking about clothes? It’s that sometimes I start to write everything that comes to my mind and this happens.
Well, this is a way to present these 3 hairstyles, which is not that they are really a wardrobe but they are options that can get you out of a hurry when you don’t have much time.
Well thought out, perhaps we could call it a “braided background”: it can be used for a communion, a wedding, a party … even for school.
I’m going to briefly explain each one of them and then we go to the video so that you have everything very, very clear.
Draw a center line up to the crown. On each side, make a French braid, feeding it from one side only.
The braiding must be loose, loose and the feeding will be of all the hair.
In this way, the braid will be in relief.
Once you do both sides, you will only have to join the braids in the middle with two hairpins closed in the shape of a cross, also join the braids at the end and that’s it.
In this case, you will have to separate a section of hair in the back area and make a low ponytail. With the rest of the hair, two lace braids on both sides.
These braids will pass them inside the ponytail, helping you if you have it with the combing needle or topsy tail, and joining them from behind with it and that’s it.
And as the last hairstyle, but no less important …
A side ponytail, leaving a side strand loose to make a waterfall braid.
Once you’re done feeding, continue braiding, holding with a rubber band, and wrapping the braid around the ponytail.
With the loose ends of the waterfall braid, weave a Dutch braid and when you finish feeding, take small strands from the ponytail and continue braiding in a diagonal direction.