Little Braids Can Add Interest.
Got yourself a brand new spanking haircut? Unsure about the potential styles? Definitely, a good video to begin with. Brace yourself for an informative fashion journey. The first is an uncomplicated side braid. Part to one side, then divide a section from the front, twist into a single individual strand and pin back. Clip the twist to attach it and you're ready for a casual stroll, shopping trip or lunch date. Next in line is quite similar. Center part, then braid sections from both sides. Loosen the braids and pin to the back. Using a flat iron, straighten the sides and back, pouf in a dash of volume at crown level and you've produced a cool and interesting design.
The third is a beehive derivative. Clip sections from both sides, backcomb to pouf the back into a bubble and you're novel, awesome and retro. Fourth uses a French braid to one side, super easy and awesome. Side-part, take a section and French braid as shown. Next in line is a bubble quiff. Grab a section from the front and pin backward loosely then backcomb volume into the sides.
Buns and Ponytails.
Sixth is a loose bun or ponytail with wispy sides. Center part and tie back, leaving flicks at the front, casual and stylish. To build the next one, take the bun or ponytail and pin to create a French twist, this example is the most elegant, something you would wear at a formal party. The last one is a duo of twirled braids. Center part, then take two sections from one side and twirl backward and pin.