Introduction: Twisty Inside-out Braid
A flirty sping -do for any occasion but particularly good for the wedding season.
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies.
What you'll need:
-A comb (preferable a teasing comb but any one will do)
-Bobby pins (I like ones that match the color of my hair so they camouflage)
-A hair tie
Step 2: Tease.
A little volume never hurt anyone. :)
Tease your hair a bit to give it some oomph.
Starting at the crown section off a chunk and backcomb with a teasing comb. Using the comb make downward movements toward your scalp. Go little by little, sectioning off portions and teasing, moving towards the front of your head.
Step 3: Braid.
I like this look best utilizing an inside-out french braid but it can also be done with a normal french braid.
Either way, start by parting your hair to the side and section off a chunk. Divide into three sections and begin to braid, gathering pieces from both sides and cascading down towards the side of your face.
Step 4: Hair-tie.
Continue braiding downward, curving towards the other side of your head. When you're finished braiding, fasten with a hair-tie.
Step 5: Pin It!
Use some bobby pins to curl the remaining braid strand into a bun. Make sure to tuck the hair-tie part underneath so no one can see it! Use as many as you need- the more the merrier when it comes to hair pins.
Step 6: ...and Viola!
The perfect hairstyle for the ba-zillions of spring weddings you're attending this season. Finish with a little hairspray and you're set to boogie!